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the SI unit of absorbed radiation dose, defined as the transfer of 1 joule of energy per kilogram of absorbing material (1 J/kg); 1 gray equals 100 rads.
Gy One of three standard symbols used in MRI for the 3 orthogonal magnetic gradients. The subscripts designate the conventional spatial direction of the gradient.
Abbreviation for gray.
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The acquisition would help Mi9 Retail enhance its price intelligence offering through the incorporation of Gyes
' platform into its own business intelligence solution.
At the same time, research made by Balint-Kollo (2007) clearly shows that subsidies paid for child-rearing available to women irrespective of whether they stay at home or work (like GYES
and GYED, the Hungarian maternity leave subsidies) increase the value of staying at home and help others to stay away from work for a longer period of time.
Hesiod relates how Briareos and his brothers, Cottus and Gyes
, threw three hundred rocks against the Titans and cast them into Tartarus, and that the hundred-handed monsters guarded them in the underworld (Theog.