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Gee

Maurice. born 1931, New Zealand novelist
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Gee

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(navigation)
An electronic navigational system that establishes hyperbolic lines of position similar to those produced by loran, but employing a radio frequency of 22-30 and 40-85 megahertz, whereas standard loran operates in the 1700-2000-megahertz band.
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Gee

Gee
A VHF (very high frequency) system of radio navigation in which an aircraft receives interrelated pulses transmitted from ground stations and determines its position by plotting the observed intervals between the pulses from a pair of stations on a special map. This radio navigation aid is now obsolete.
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Gee's past convictions include violence, assaults, public disorder, theft, criminal damage and robbery.
Having sold more than 200 million albums to date, Barry, Maurice and Robin Gibb -- better known as the Bee Gees -- are among the most successful vocal groups in rock and roll history.
Nostalgia was indeed the order of the night as Acosta and his group performed one Bee Gees hit after another, opening with Night Fever and getting the crowd in the mood right away.
His twin brother Maurice died of a heart attack in 2003 following intestinal surgery, while his younger brother Andy, who was not part of the Bee Gees but a successful singer in his own right, died in 1988 from heart failure at 30.
Prize: One red Washburn model d-11TR guitar signed by Barry, with case, signed Bary Gibb photo and one copy each of Love Songs, Number Ones and The Ultimate Bee Gees on CD.
"We ended up being billed as The Bristol Bee Gees," says Gary.
Jive Talkin' is a two-hour chronologically organised pop concert covering the Bee Gees classics such as Massachusetts, Words and To Love Somebody, through the disco period classics, such as Stay in' Alive, Night Fever and Tragedy, and, of course, more contemporary smash hits such as You Win Again and Alone.
Showing they could tackle all of the Bee Gees' styles, Bee Gees Magic performed the more country-sounding Islands in the Stream and the heartfelt ballad, and my personal favourite, How Deep is Your Love, which had everyone swaying in their seats.
'The Ultimate Biography of The Bee Gees: Tales of the Brothers Gibb' is published by Omnibus Press and is available for GBP12.95.
"It's difficult to get the right Bee Gees sound but we found that our voices blended well, " says Stanley.
He said: "The Gees are associated with very serious violence and drug dealing.