Gec



global environmental change

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  • Gecko

    [gek-oh] /ˈgɛk oʊ/ noun, plural geckos, geckoes. 1. any of numerous small, mostly nocturnal tropical lizards of the family Gekkonidae, usually having toe pads that can cling to smooth surfaces: the largest species, Gekko gecko, is sometimes kept as a pet. /ˈɡɛkəʊ/ noun (pl) -os, -oes 1. any small insectivorous terrestrial lizard of the family […]

  • Gecom

    language A language for the GE-255 series, like COBOL with some ALGOL features added, in use around 1964-5. GECOM included many of the early COBOL constructs including report writer and TABSOL (programming by truth table). Another (planned but unimplemented?) component was FRINGE. [Sammet 1969, p. 329]. [Dates?] (1996-09-15)



  • Ged

    [ged] /gɛd/ noun, plural (especially collectively) ged (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) geds. Scot. and North England. 1. any fish of the pike family. 1. general educational development. 2. general equivalency diploma. noun See General Equivalency Diploma 1. general equivalency diploma 2. general educational development

  • Gedact

    /ɡəˈdɑːkt; -ˈdækt/ noun 1. (music) a flutelike stopped metal diapason organ pipe



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