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GPS

Abbreviation for:
gastrocnemius-plantaris-soleus
General Pharmaceutical Services 
general practice strategy
Goodpasture syndrome
grey platelet syndrome
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But Dr David Love, joint chairman of the BMA's Scottish General Practitioners Committee, said: "The pounds 250,000 figure bears no relationship whatsoever to GPs' average earnings in Scotland or indeed to the majority of GPs working in the UK.
Once there, go to "About GPS" and click on "PPS Policy."
And a leading Merseyside doctor believes GPs are feeling the strain under such high patient numbers.
In future GPS-contested environments, commercial receivers will lose their lock on the GPS signal and not function properly; however, a DAGR combats the effects of electronic attacks through the Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM), which accesses the P(Y) code and is only present in a properly keyed, military-grade GPS receiver.
According to the official geocaching website, the sport took off in the Pacific Northwest when, on May 1, 2000, the Clinton administration allowed civilian use of highly accurate GPS signals that had previously been reserved for the military.
It's easy to confuse GPS with GPRS (for transferring data on cell phones and PDAs) and GSM (the voice network used for cell phones).
On a recent Runnersworld.com thread discussing GPS use--a quick scroll of which revealed dozens of entries from distance runners--one Boston marathoner and first-time GPS user wrote, "What was really nice was having the average pace set up on the custom page, which let me know where I was [in relation to my overall time goal]." This cuts to the heart of what runners seem to find valuable: For around $150, the wrist-mounted GPS unit can serve as a dedicated personal trainer.
In the meantime, technology such as a Bluetooth mobile phone, portable GPS, and plenty of power options will ensure that "you are not going to be missing out on some great, new technology you have to have," says Bunger.
Aerojet Rocketdyne has announced it provided several propulsion systems to support the launch of a new US Air Force Global Positioning System (GPS) satellite, built by Lockheed Martin and known as GPS III Space Vehicle 02 (GPS III SV02), the company said.
Raytheon Corporation (NYSE: RTN) has announced its GPS Next Generation Operational Control System (GPS OCX) has been used by the US Air Force to support the launch of its second GPS III satellite into space, the company said.
ENPNewswire-August 23, 2019--Second Lockheed Martin-Built Next Generation GPS III Satellite Responding To Commands, Under Self-Propulsion