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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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I especially like the turn-by-turn directions feature because many Native American casinos are located off the main highways and they can sometimes be very difficult to find.
With Garmin Mobile, customers will receive voice-prompted, turn-by-turn directions so they can easily navigate to a specific street address or points of interest like hotels, restaurants, shopping, and tourist attractions.
The service responds via text messaging with turn-by-turn directions, directing the prospects to the property.
More practical than viewing a foldout map, the software lets consumers receive spoken turn-by-turn directions through their cell phones.
Easy-to-follow, turn-by-turn directions are then shown on the dedicated monitor or display screen, and clear voice prompts guide the driver on their way.
Turn-by-turn directions with generic display icons and voice guidance will be standard on all Ford vehicles with SYNC, using the existing Traffic, Directions & Information application.
Fleetmatics REVEAL customers can push routes to the field in real-time enabling mobile workers to easily connect to turn-by-turn directions on their mobile device.
The laptop computers also use global-positioning technology to provide turn-by-turn directions to work locations down to the specific utility pole level.
TM] provides patients, visitors and staff with compelling Indoor Maps, Indoor GPS, Turn-by-Turn directions, and location-based content.
It can analyse traffic conditions, weather, and the car's status to make suggestions that go beyond simple turn-by-turn directions.
Each map provides turn-by-turn directions, detailed maps for tricky areas and alternative routes.
Offering voice activated, turn-by-turn directions and useful maps, these in-car systems can ease the strain of a long or complicated journey .