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Gat:

see GhatGhat
or Gat
, walled town, SW Libya, in an oasis in the Sahara, near the Algerian border. It formerly was an important caravan center. Ghat was captured by the Ottoman Turks in 1875, by the Italians in 1930, and by the French in 1943, during World War II.
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, Libya.

gat

[gat]
(navigation)
A natural or artificial passage or channel extending inland through shoals or steep banks.

GAT

GAT

Generalized Algebraic Translator. Improved version of IT. On IBM 650 RAMAC.

[Sammet 1969, p. 142].
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Loading a Gat is a process not unlike loading a flintlock
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Changing the subject, we asked Gat how many brothers and sisters he had.