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gon

[gän]
(civil engineering)

Gon

 

a second name for the metric unit of measurement of a plane angle (grad), equal to 1/100 of a right angle: 1 ° = 0.01L.

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Even Koshi and Gandak treaties have no provision to recompense GoN for such opportunity cost; there is provision to recompense to GoN for lost land revenue only.
The outcome was not any better for Ye Gon, as the presiding judge ruled in August that he could not require that the extradition be reconsidered.
The data of 53 patients in Group GON and 25 in Group PGON were included in the study.
Ye Gon acuso a la Procuraduria General de la Republica (PGR) de haberle mentido al Departamento de Estado y a la Corte Federal del Distrito de Columbia al destruir evidencias que lo beneficiaban.
Zhenli Ye Gon comenzo a ser conocido por los agentes de investigacion como Mister Lee, a quien en un principio dejaron en libertad para indagar sus actividades.
Ye Gon wire-transferred money to the casino from Mexico.
The GON should ensure the autonomy and independence of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU) from political pressures.
In a subsequent verse of "Who Gon Stop Me," Kanye compares himself to the sportscasters Marv Albert and Howard Cosell, two extremely Jewish men.
His name is Jessej Gon originally from the Tli cho community of (Behchoko) Rae Edzo, Northwest Territories and goes by the stage name, 'Digawolf', which means 'wolf' in Dogrib.
Now the sun is rising over a lush lawn overlooking the Dee estuary, and a fine looking woman, Romee Hindle, is reading from those memoirs written by her mother, then Gon Veltman, whose bottom had been squeezed on that momentous day.
Kim said that through his subordinate, he delivered to an executive of a local newspaper materials including a transcript of his talks with Kim Yang Gon, director of the United Front Department of the ruling Workers' Party of Korea, in Pyongyang.