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GUI

Abbreviation for:
glucose utilisation index
graphical user interface
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Eugene police turned Gooey over to an animal sanctuary after the prostitute willingly gave it back last month.
According to a report by ABC Science, based on mermaid's necklace, a gooey, stringy material snails use to protect their growing embryos, the synthetic substance could have a range of applications, from bounce-less bungee cords to replacement, artificial ligaments for knees and other joints.
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Without the gooey center, the doughnuts cooked evenly and became a hit.
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Jarrett Barrios vowed to pass legislation restricting how many times schools could serve the gooey treats.
The fluid is usually thin and slightly sticky but can be thick and gooey.
They also cook up native Chilean dishes like cazuela stew, pastel de choclo, a sweet corn pie, and gooey desserts like tres leches.
Shaking My Soul" flirts with '60s soul; the gooey, guilty-pleasures ballad "Fantasy" is ripe with soft rock cadences; and Bell frolics in frothy disco ecstasy with Scissor Sisters singer Jake Shears on the standout "I Thought It Was You.
To explore potential water-purifying applications, the scientists investigated the cactus' mucilage, the thick, gooey substance that enables the plant to store large amounts of water.
These projects played on the more childish associations of computer technology--an obsession that Finley also illustrated in garish, gooey enamel paintings depicting warped images of American excess, hyperbolic cartoon characters surrounded by overflowing sticky-sweet desserts.
Then he exited the box with care so that he wouldn't smash any bugs into a gooey mess.