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gravity

 [grav´ĭ-te]
1. the phenomenon by which two bodies having mass are attracted to each other.
2. the gravitational attraction near a large body having mass, particularly near or on the surface of a planet or star.
specific gravity see specific gravity.
standard gravity (€g) the acceleration due to gravity at mean sea level, 9.80616 meters per second squared.

standard gravity (g)

the acceleration caused by gravity at mean sea level, 9.80616 meters per second squared.