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Physics:.the centimeter/gram/second unit of magnetic induction, equal to one maxwell per square centimeter

being or having the shape of a Gaussian curve or a Gaussian distribution 
Gaussian curve.noun
normal curve 
Gaussian distribution.noun
normal distribution

Mathematics:.the mathematics of the properties, measurement, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces and solids; a system of geometry.(Euclidean geometry); a geometry restricted to a class of problems or objects (solid geometry, the branch of mathematics that deals with three-dimensional figures and surfaces); a physical arrangement suggesting geometric forms or lines; configuration; arrangement; a surface shape; a book on geometry
a specialist in geometry
analytic geometry.noun
the analysis of geometric structures and properties principally by algebraic operations on variables defined in terms of position coordinates

Mathematics:.of or relating to geometry and its methods and principles; increasing or decreasing in a geometric progression; using simple geometric forms such as circles and squares in design and decoration; see classical geometry

fine, thin, flimsy, silky substance of webs made by small spiders, which floats in calm air and spreads over grass, etc.

gainsay, gainsaid, gainsaying, gainsays.transitive verbs
to declare.false; to deny; to oppose, especially by contradiction;.implies.disputing the truth of what another has said (for example, the gainsaying of Core); to oppose by contradiction; to contravene

a metric.unit.of mass equal to one thousandth (103 {10x10x10}}) of a kilogram (a kilogram is equal to 2.25 pounds); one gram is equal to 15.432 grains and is 1/1000 of a kilogram

of, relating.to.or.being a bacterium that retains the violet colored stain used in Gram's method of testing for the parasitic bacterium called staphylococcus

glean, gleaned, gleaning, gleans.transitive-and.intransitive verbs
transitive verb use.to collect bit by bit; to gather grain left behind by reapers
intransitive verb use.to gather grain left behind by reapers
gleanings.plural noun
amounts left over on the ground from a harvest; an amount or quantity of something produced; things that have been collected bit by bit (the gleanings of farmers were to be left for the poor:.Leviticus 19:9,10; Ruth 2:1-11)

relating to or descriptive of an entire group or class; general
a product, such as a detergent, that is sold without a brand name or trademark; a wine that is a blend of several grape varieties and does not carry the name of any specific grape

a record or table of the descent of a person, family or group from an ancestor or ancestors; a family tree; direct descent from an ancestor; lineage or pedigree; the study or investigation of ancestry and family histories

deliberate murder of a very large number of people, whereasdemocide is targeting a specific population group, such as children or particular.ethnic groups; the systematic and planned extermination of a group is genocide; mass killing or enslaving of people for profit, politics and/or ideology, infamous examples Josef Stalin, Adolf Hitler's handlers, Mussolini, Pol Pot, etc. and today those supporting the covid con, such as Bill Gates, Klaus Schwab of the World Economic Forum, the UN, pharmaceutical and medical and bank controllers, such as the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, et al

Mathematics:.in mathematics, a geometric.element that generates a geometric figure, especially a straight line that generates a surface by moving in a specified fashion; also called generator

a genre is a particular type of literature, painting, music, film or other art form which people consider as a class because it has special characteristics (his love of films of the ocean genre); a particular type of art, writing, music etc, which has certain features that all examples of this type share; a type or class (emaciated famine victims on television focused a new genre of attention on the continent); a categoryof artistic composition, as in music or literature, marked by a distinctive style, form or content (his six String Quartets . . . the most important works in the genre since Beethoven's time); a realistic style of painting that depicts scenes from everyday life

a unit of force equal to the force exerted by gravity; used to indicate the force to which a body is subjected when it; a unit of acceleration equal to the acceleration caused by gravity at the Earth's surface, about 32 feet (9.8 meters) per second

vigorous enjoyment; zest
relish; gusto; personal taste or inclination; liking

a strong, abrupt.rush of wind; a sudden.burst, as of rain or smoke; an outburst of emotion
gust, gusted, gusting, gusts.intransitive verbs
to blow in gusts
gusty, gustier, gustiest.adjectives
blowing in or marked by gusts (a gusty dust storm); characterized by sudden.outbursts

any of numerous large scale aggregates of stars, gas and dust that constitute the universe, containing an average of 100 billion (1011) solar masses and ranging in diameter from 1,500 to 300,000 light years; also called nebula
of or relating to a galaxy; of enormous size; immense

a distinctive style or form of clothing; dress; an outward appearance; a guise.(presented their radical ideas in the garb of moderation for sop to the masses)
garb, garbed, garbing, garbs.transitive verbs
to cover with or as if with clothing; dress

advancing or progressing by regular or continuous degrees.(gradual erosion); a gradual slope

refers to the theory that macroevolution proceeds through the slow and basically constant accumulation of many small changes in order to effect larger changes, but.... and do we really have gradual evolution a la Darwinian? This theory predicts that the fossil record would provide abundant evidence of intermediary life forms as one species is progressively transformed into another

the central idea; the essence; substance

grant, granted, granting, grants.transitive verbs
to consent to the fulfilment of (grant a request); to give (they gave us a grant to build a farm); to accord as a favor, prerogative.or.privilege; to bestow; confer; to concede; acknowledge
the act of granting; something granted; a giving of funds for a specific purpose
in law, one to whom a grant is made
take for granted.idiom

appreciative of benefits received; thankful; expressing gratitude; affording pleasure or comfort; agreeable; pleased with
the state of being grateful; thankfulness

gaze, gazed, gazing, gazes.intransitive verbs
to look steadily with fixed attention
a steady, fixed look; glare

glisten, glistened, glistening, glistens.intransitive verbs
to shine by reflection with a sparkling.luster
a sparkling, lustrous shine

a brief beam or flash of light (saw gleams of daylight through the cracks); a steady but subdued shining; a glow (the gleam of burnished gold); a brief or dim indication (a gleam of hope the rains will let up); a trace.(a gleam of intelligence)
gleam, gleamed, gleaming, gleams.verbs
intransitive verb use.to emit a gleam; flash or glow
transitive verb use.to cause to emit a flash of light

a stage or degree in a process; a position in a scale of size, quality.or.intensity; an accepted level or standard (a grade of paper such as quality and thickness used for particular purposes, such as copy paper and card stock); a set of persons or things all falling in the same specified limits; a class of people, such as, dukes, ducjesses, etc.; a class at an elementary school or the pupils in it (grade two); a mark indicating a student's level of accomplishment; a military, naval or civil service rank; the degree of inclination of a slope, road or other surface; aslope or gradual inclination, especially of a road or railroad track; the level at which the ground surface meets the foundation of a building
grade, graded, grading, grades.verbs
transitive verb use.to arrange in steps or degrees; to arrange in a series or according to a scale; to determine the quality of (academic work, for example); evaluate; to give a grade to a student, for example; to level or smooth to a desired or horizontal gradient (the tractor graded the country road gravel); to gradate
intransitive verb use.to hold a certain rank or position. 2. To change or progress gradually

the rate of ascent or descent in a road, etc.; degree of slope

gradate, gradated, gradating, gradates.verbs
intransitive verb use.to pass imperceptibly from one degree, shade or tone to another
transitive verb use.to cause to pass imperceptibly from one degree, shade or tone to another; to arrange in or according to grades

a series of gradual, successive.stages; a systematic.progression; a degree or stage in such a progression; a passing by barely perceptible degrees from one tone or shade, as of color, to another; gradations on a measuring tape from 1 inch down to 1/16th of an inch or 1 millimeter; nuance; the act of gradating or arranging in grades