Glass cockpit pertains to an aircraft's control cabin which has all-electronic, digital and computer-based, instrumentation.
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Cock (Cock means to set the action into position for ...)
Glass (Glass is characterized as a hard, brittle, ...)
Glas (Glas ist ein Produkt aus Quarzsand, Soda, Kalk ...)
Glas (Glas ist ein Produkt aus Quarzsand, Soda, Kalk ...)
GPS, which stands for Global Positioning System, is a navigational system designed and operated by the U. S. Department of Defense (DOD). It is a navigation system based on 24 or more satellites orbiting the earth at an altitude of 12,000 statue miles and providing very precise, worldwide positioning and navigation information 24 hours a day, in any weather. Satnav was the first of these systems, while differential GPS is the most accurate. GPS is also called the NAVSTAR system

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"Global positioning system" is in the UNSPSC Code "52161518"
  Global positioning system receivers
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System (System refers to a group of things or parts ...)
NAVSTAR (NAVSTAR refers to the official U.S. Government ...)
Weather (Weather is the specific condition of the ...)

GM/GMO Genetically modified/Genetically modified organism
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Akzidentelle Kontaminierung (auch: Zuf?llige Kontaminierung)

Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): GMOs
Gob pertains to a lump of molten glass with a specific shape, temperature, viscosity, and weight.
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Performed during a jump, a grab is when the rider holds on to their board with either hand while in the air, or when a wakeboarder grabs the wakeboard with their hand as they are airborne or performing during a jump.

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"Grabs" is in the UNSPSC Code "20122349"
  Wireline Grabs
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Grain sorghum has something to do with a sorghum grown for grain production, as distinct from sweet sorghum grown for the sugar content of its stem. Feedstock and ethanol production and two industries that used grain sorghum. The term is sometimes called 'milo".
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Alternative Spellings (Synonyms): grains
Graphite refers to a crystalline form of carbon, commonly used in glass working tools because it does not burn or stick to glass.

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"Graphite" is in the NAICS Code "335991"
  (Carbon and Graphite Product ManufacturingElectrodes for thermal and electrolytic uses, carbon and graphite, manufacturing)

"Graphite" is in the HS Code "3801"
  Artificial Graphite, Colloidal Or Semi-Colloidal Graphite, Preparations Based On Graphite Or Other C

"Graphite" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101507"
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Crystal (Crystal is defined as the heart of modern ...)
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Gravure is a high quality printing process capable of producing printed images which have a continuous tone effect similar to a photograph. The gravure process utilizes a metal printing cylinder onto which the image is etched. The gravure cylinder can be created with analog or digital plating processes.

Gravure is used for many packaging applications , magazines, and pressure sensitive labels. Gravure is the preferred method of producing magazines and catalogs that have large circulations. The National Geographic Magazine is an example of a publication that utilizes rotogravure

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"Gravure" is in the NAICS Code "323111"
  (Commercial Gravure PrintingDatabases gravure printing without publishing)

"Gravure" is in the HS Code "8443.40"
  - - Gravure printing machinery
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