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gat

n. a handgun; a revolver. Willie kept his gat in his pocket when the cops walked up.
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The growth and responsibility of the GAT project is a great honor for our US team.
This event for the descendants from Azerbaijan is significant because it took place in one of the southernmost points of Israel - in the city of Kiryat Gat, which is famous due to the legend about the battle of David and Goliath.
Atlantic Street Capital acquired its stake in GAT from the founding family.
The aim of this study was to compare IOP measurements made in outpatient clinic conditions with T P, GAT and NCT in pediatric patients amenable to IOP measurement in a sitting position.
The Gat is a smoothbore spring-piston air pistol, but it operates in a strange way.
In 2003, GAT purchased a facility measuring 1100 [m.
The introduction of accurate corneal pachymetry (corneal thickness measurement), some years after GAT, revealed a much greater variability in central corneal thickness (CCT) than had been anticipated.
IOPg corresponds to IOP measured with GAT, and IOPcc is thought to be less affected by corneal properties than GAT.
Phil 1st Division /3 GPA in the relevant subject and must have passed NTS GAT (Subject) test with 60% marks while eligibility for MS, M.
There are two ways of approaching choreography: inventing and discovering," said Gat in an interview.
Phil programmes, passing the test of GAT (General) of NTS while for admission in Ph.
The rocket fell in an open area between Sderot and Kiryat Gat, close to one of the communities in the Lachish Region.
GAT Food Essentials (GAT) is a recognized microencapsulation specialist focusing on the stabilization of sensitive active ingredients for the functional food and beverage industry.