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GC

Abbreviation for the guanine and cytosine base pair in polynucleic acids; gonococcus; gonorrhea.

GC

gas chromatography.

GC

1. Galactocerebroside, see there.
2. Ganglion cell.
3. Gas chromatography, see there.
4. Germinal center.
5. Glucocorticosteroid.
6. Gonococcal, gonococcus-Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
7. Guanine, cytosine.

GC

Abbreviation for granular cast.
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The Automotive GCE also serves as the contact point for the North American Automotive Special Interest Group (NAASIG), as well as to the European Automotive Special Interest Group (EURASIG).
The Automotive GCE grand opening celebration will take place on June 25 at the Henry Ford Museum, 20900 Oakwood Boulevard in Dearborn, Michigan from 3:00 - 8:00 p.
His IT career began at 18 with computer group NCR, where, despite not having got beyond GCEs, he won a place on the company's graduate scheme to train as a program analyst.
When I was 16 he flew us to Los Angeles as a treat for passing my GCEs.
As students receive the results of Leaving Certificate, GCSE and GCEs, the last thing they want to hear is some smart-ass telling them that their results were only good because ex`am standards have been lowered.
The only thing the university cares for is for GCEs to be introduced as an acceptable exam to be admitted to the university," said OELMEK.
I learnt touch-typing quickly and by the end of nine months I had sat, and passed, several GCEs by using the typewriter.
It doesn't matter if they've got any GCEs against their name, they could be deaf and dumb but if they can get the best out of people that's all that matters.
Qualifications: GCEs CSEs, City & Guilds in plate technology
Those of us who did GCEs and cranked ourselves up in the final year at school, really should have more sympathy for the current crop of pupils who are subjected to a constant stream of exams and modules that mean noses to the grindstone for three solid years from 15 to 18 and no acknowledgment of how tough it all is.
Even those of us whose memories of GCEs are fading - I know the S is missing whippersnapper, we're talking O-levels - can't fail to feel a little nostalgic panic at this time of year.
Having left school in England at 16 with 14 GCEs, Paul worked in BBC production, did a stint in a bookies and worked as a bar manager before joining the cabin staff of an airline.