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a complete range or extent; the gamut of something is the complete range of things of that kind or a wide variety of things of that kind (as the story unfolded throughout the past week, I experienced the gamut of emotions, including shock, anger, sadness, disgust, confusion); to run the gamut of something means to include, express or experience all the different things of that kind or a wide variety of them

Mathematics: the shortest line between two points on any mathematically defined surface; examples in nature of shortest paths.(*).(*)

the chronology (arrangement of events in time) of the Earth's history as determined by alleged-geologic events
geochronologic or geochronological.adjective

geology.noun,.plural.geologies.".....speak to the Earth and it shall teach you....." ...Job 12:8
the scientific study of the origin, history and structure of the Earth; the structure of a specific region of the Earth's crust; the scientific study of the origin, history and structure of the solid matter of a celestial body
geologic or geological.adjective
Geologic Time Scale

of immense size, volume or capacity; gigantic; enormous

germinate, germinated, germinating, germinates.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to sprout or grow
intransitive verb use.to begin to sprout or grow; to come into existence (an idea began to germinate in his mind)
germination, germinator.noun,.plural.

greedy; exceedingly.eager for unconscionable.material.gain; avaricious; covetous; determined to get money by any and all means and unwilling to give any of it away or spend as little of it as would be necessary; desiring material possessions urgently and excessively and often to the point of ruthlessness

grasp, grasped, grasping, grasps.verbs
transitive verb use-to take hold of intellectually; to comprehend; to apprehend; to take hold of or seize firmly with or as if with the hand; to clasp firmly with or as if with the hand
intransitive verb use-to make a motion of seizing, snatching or clutching; to show eager and prompt willingness or acceptance (grasps at any opportunity)
the act of grasping; a firm hold or grip; an embrace; the ability or power to seize or attain; reach (victory in the election was within her grasp); understanding; comprehension

in the Bible someone who is not a Jew; 'the nations' is the common expression in the Old Testament for non-Jews as a group and a Gentile is a person belonging to these other nations; see also Judah (the Jews) and Israel

a well mannered and considerate man with high standards of proper behavior

gentle, gentler, gentlest.adjective
considerate or kindly in disposition; amiable and tender; not harsh or severe; mild and soft (a gentle scolding; a gentle tapping at the window); easily managed or handled; docile.(a gentle horse; not steep or sudden; gradual (a gentle incline); of good breeding; refined and polite
gentle, gentled, gentling, gentles.transitive verbs
to make less severe or intense (the peaceful sunset gentled her dreadful mood); to soothe, as by stroking; pacify; to tame or break, a domestic animal, for instance (gentle a horse)

physically or mentally demanding to the point of exhaustion (a grueling campaign; a grueling trip visiting many cities)

a motion of the limbs or body made to express or help express thought or to emphasize speech (you could see that by her body language she was enjoying the conversation); the act of moving the limbs or body as an expression of thought or emphasis; an act or a remark made as a formality or as a sign of intention or attitude (sent flowers as a gesture of sympathy)
gesture, gestured, gesturing, gestures.verbs
intransitive verb use.to make gestures
transitive verb use.to show, express or direct by gestures

a hypothetical.particle.postulated to be the quantum of gravitational interaction and presumed to have an indefinitely long lifetime, zero electric charge and zero rest mass

glut, glutted, glutting, gluts.verbs
transitive verb use.to fill beyond capacity, especially with food; satiate; to flood a market with an excess of goods so that supply exceeds demand
intransitive verb use.to eat or indulge in something excessively
an oversupply
given to or marked by gluttony; indulging in something, such as an activity, to excess; voracious
excess in eating or drinking (some people eat to live and others live to eat):.Philippians 4:5

the act or process of generating; all of the offspring that are at the same stage of descent from a common.ancestor.(mother and daughters represent two generations); generation is production of a form of energy (his thoughts generated his illness); origination, production or procreation (first of a new generation of powerful home food blenders); a class of objects.derived from a preceding class (a new generation of computers)

generate, generated, generating, generates.transitive verbs
to bring into being; give rise to (generate a discussion); to produce
Computers:.to produce a program by instructing a computer to follow given parameters with a skeleton program

having the ability to originate, produce or procreate

a generator is a machine which produces.electricity

false appearance; pretense; outward appearance or aspect; semblance; a mode of dress that deceives, such as one wearing a face mask, who would then be called a 'person'

gnaw, gnawed, gnawing, gnaws.verbs.(pronounced 'naw')
transitive verb use.to bite, chew on or erode with the teeth (gnaw a hole; waves gnawing the rocky shore); bite; to afflict or worry persistently concerns that constantly gnawed me)
intransitive verb use.to bite or chew persistently (a dog gnawed at the bone

an air of compelling.charm, romance and excitement, especially when alluring
full of or characterized by glamour

a graph is a sheet presenting information in the form of graphs or tables, the graph indicating information with lines on a chart listing relationships of those lines at particular points on the graph; a graph is a diagram that exhibits related specifics, such as a functional relationship between two sets of numbers presented as a set of points having coordinates determined by the relationship, also called plot (an example would be a sheet of paper having years and amounts that some particular disease decreased); a pictorial presentation of information in such a way as to provide the observer with quick insight into the subject at hand; a graph can be on a chart presenting information in the form of lines which list relationships of those lines at particular points (we charted the reduction in disease for each year and found the major factor being cleanliness and not at all what are claimed to be what are called viruses)
graph, graphed, graphing, graphs.transitive verbs
to represent by a graph; to plot a function on a graph

of.or.relating.to written representation; if you say that a description or account of something is graphic, you are emphasizing that it is clear and detailed; graphic means, concerned with drawing or pictures, especially in publishing, industry or computing (the fine and graphic arts; example); of or relating to pictorial representation; of, relating to or represented by or as if by a graph; described in vivid detail; clearly outlined or set forth; of or relating to the graphic arts; of or relating to graphics
a work of graphic art; a pictorial device used for illustration, as in a lecture; a graphic display generated by a computer or an imaging device

cup or plate that, according to medieval.legend, was used by Emmanuel at the Last Supper and that later became the object of many chivalrous.quests; also called Holy Grail; the object of a prolonged.endeavor

the fact of being responsible for the commission of an offense; blame (the first occurrence of guilt on Earth:.Genesis 3:1-13); remorseful awareness of having done something wrong or in the mind of able to be that way, one may be aware of (1John 3:20,21); shame; self-reproach for supposed.inadequacy or wrongdoing; the subject of being guilty
guilty, guiltier, guiltiest.adjectives
responsible for or chargeable with a reprehensible act; deserving of blame; culpable (guilty of cheating; the guilty party); suffering from or prompted by a sense of guilt (a guilty conscience); blameworthy
free of guilt; innocent; having no guilt because you did nothing wrong
guiltlessness.noun.(many words ending in 'ess' are usually without pluralization - adding an 'es' making '...esses' can make the word be clumsy)

gender is a word designating either a man or a woman; a man has an X chromosome and a woman has both an X and a Y chromosome; sexual identity (women ofttimes.encounter gender discrimination when applying for jobs traditionally occupied by men)
gender, gendered, gendering, genders.transitive verbs
to engender
(some animals are neither male nor female and are thus genderless)
Grammar:.a grammatical category used in the analysis of nouns, pronouns, adjectives and, in some languages, verbs that may be arbitrary or based on characteristics such as sex  and that determines agreement with or selection of modifiers, referents or grammatical forms; one category of such a set; the classification of a word or grammatical form in such a category; the distinguishing form or forms used

giddy, giddier, giddiest.adjectives
frivolous and lighthearted; flighty; having a reeling, lightheaded sensation; dizzy
giddy, giddied, giddying, giddies.intransitive.and.transitive verbs
to become or make giddy

basically the words guaranty and guarantee are synonyms; an agreement by which one person assumes the responsibility of assuring payment or fulfillment of another's debts or obligations; something given as security for the execution, completion or existence of something else; the act of providing such security (can you provide guaranty?); a guarantee, as for a product or service (a new refrigerator still under guaranty); a guarantee to perform something in a specified way; a guarantee serving to assure a particular.outcome or condition; a guarantor
guaranty, guarantied, guarantying, guaranties.transitive verbs
to guarantee
if one thing guarantees another, the first is certain to cause the second thing to happen; something such as a guaranty that assures a particular outcome or condition (the guarantee was assured by a guaranty)(welcome to the English language, Ha ha!); a promise or an assurance, especially one given in writing, that attests to the quality or durability of a product or service; a pledge that something will be performed in a specified manner; a guaranty by which one person assumes responsibility for paying another's debts or fulfilling another's responsibilities; a guaranty for the execution, completion or existence of something; a guarantor (one who agrees to stipulated conditions in the guaranty)
guarantee, guaranteed, guaranteeing, guarantees.transitive verbs
to assume responsibility for the debt, default or miscarriage of; surety; to assume responsibility for the quality or performance of (guarantee a product); to undertake to do, accomplish or ensure (something) for another (guaranteed to eliminate taxation; guarantees freedom of speech); to make certain.(the rain guarantees a good crop this year); to furnish security for
one, such as a person or corporation, that makes or gives a promise, assurance or pledge typically relating to quality, durability or performance