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gal

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

On drawings, abbr. for “gallon.”
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GAL

(hardware)
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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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