GCAL


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GCAL

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The Cambridge Phoenix equivalent of troff. So called because all Cambridge utilities were named after birds, GCAL was a "run off" equivalent, and Geococcyx californianus is the Latin name of the roadrunner. GCAL was eventually obsoleted by TeX.

It is believed that even more obscure puns lurked in the depths of Phoenix. Perhaps it is better they stayed there.
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The Certified Diamond Exchange (CDE), an affiliate of GCAL, is an online business-to-business diamond and jewelry market which was established in November 2007, to enable diamond dealers, diamond cutters and jewelry manufacturers to list exclusively GCAL certified diamonds and jewelry for sale to CDE members that are jewelry retailers.
Montreux is dedicated to building and investing in healthcare leaders," said Ken Pearce, Chief Executive Officer of GCAL.
The Gemprint equipment is operated by the manufacturer and then the polished diamonds are sent to our GCAL laboratory in New York for Gemprint matching, authentication and grading.
062 billion kilowatt / hours of electricity and 555,200 Gcal of heat energy for consumers of the Aktau and Mangistau region for the third quarter of 2013.
7,000 Gcal of thermal energy in the second quarter of 2013 for the consumers of Aktau and Mangistau region.
Christie's catalogs will include references to the GCAL Diamond Certificate in the description of the item.
rather than, "Only GCAL certificates and GIA reports are currently approved for inclusion in Christie's catalogs.
Some of those diamond and colored gemstone markets that can be served more directly by GCAL and AGL through Malca-Amit include Antwerp, Brussels, Bangkok, Dubai, Geneva, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Surat, Tel Aviv, Toronto and Zurich.
In conjunction with that appointment, AGL and GCAL have agreed with ICA to provide support for ICA members with an initial number of complimentary certification services for both colored gemstones and diamonds in order to familiarize ICA members with the range of services available from AGL and GCAL.
The Jewelry Group, led by the GCAL Diamond Division, continued its solid growth not only in this year's second quarter as compared to the same quarter last year, but also as compared to the first quarter of this year, as the investment in the marketing programs began to yield increased demand for our diamond services.
For example, they recently announced an agreement with Whitehall Jewellers, a chain of more than 315 stores in the US to offer their GCal brand of grading services which include Gemprinting of their higher value stones.