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Gee

Maurice. born 1931, New Zealand novelist

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.

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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Qatar Airways is dedicated to providing a great inflight passenger experience, and our collaborative partnership with GEE will help to ensure our IFE content is relevant, enjoyable and a true differentiator our airline can count on for years to come.
Ray McRobbie, Director of Entertainment, Radisson Blu Hotel Doha, told Community, "The UK Bee Gees are, in fact, the number one Bee Gees Tribute band and are widely recognised as that.
The second set proved to be an even bigger hit to the audience as Bee Gees Gold returned to the stage wearing Saturday Night Fever's iconic crisp white suits to perform the brothers' biggest disco records.
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.
Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, who made up the Bee Gees, have received 109 BMI awards, collectively, including Song of the Year for Night Fever.
The very last item on the website addresses Constance Gee and the marijuana use, which has been reportedly used for an inner-ear ailment.
The first half saw the Bee Gees complete with Maurice, Barry and Robin, strut their stuff to favourites like Stayin' Alive, Night Fever and Jive Talking.
The book explores the Bee Gees' rise to fame and also lists every song written or recorded by the Bee Gees from the beginning of their careers until their 2001 release 'Where I Came'.