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gal

a unit of acceleration equal to 1 centimetre per second per second

gal

[gal]
(mechanics)
The unit of acceleration in the centimeter-gram-second system, equal to 1 centimeter per second squared; commonly used in geodetic measurement. Formerly known as galileo. Symbolized Gal.

Gal

[gal]
(mechanics)
gal

gal

On drawings, abbr. for “gallon.”

GAL

(hardware)

GAL

(1) (Generic Array Logic) A programmable logic chip (PLD) technology from Lattice Semiconductor. A GAL is a variation of a PAL (programmable array logic). See PAL and PLD.

(2) "Get a life." See digispeak.
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It's important for me as a woman, someone who's righteous and cared for, I always care about that,' Gal stressed about the equal pay issue.
It could all have been so different if Gal landed the first role she auditioned for - as a Bond girl opposite Daniel Craig in Quantum of Solace.
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Gal showed the men photos of attractive women and asked them to choose one they would like to date.
Before September 2006, the PA DOH defined a positive result for non-GALT-deficient galactosemia as a Gal concentration [greater than or equal to] 1.
Unlike Jai, she exudes authority, in part because at 39 she's five years older than the next-oldest Gal Pal, Robbie.
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Glazer's talents are amply evident in the movie's opening poolside sequence where we're introduced to middle-age Gal Dove (Ray Winstone), a one-time London criminal who has retired to Spain's Costa del Sol.
Telefilm Canada approved funding for five independent Manitoba features: Kim Todd of Original Pictures will co-produce a film adaptation of Brad Fraser's play Poor Superman with Fraser directing; Carol Shields's The Republic of Love will be directed by Deepa Mehta (Earth, Fire), a Bruce Duggan project in co-production with Tryptych Mediaof Toronto; Jeff Erbach's (Under Chad Valley) feature debut, The Nature of Nicholas (which explores childhood sexuality), will be shot in the summer of 2001; Sean Garrity and Brendon Sawatzky's anti-romantic comedy love triangle called Inertia; and finally, Buffalo Gal Pictures will co-produce Max and the Lioness, to be directed by Rodrigue Jean (Full Blast).