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Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the issue is the first convertible bond of the company.

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Gravity data are one of the main tools used in exploring under sediment cover, which is one of the primary challenges facing minerals exploration globally.
Having them sharing energy is really exciting; this explains how some of the energy that comes from the atmosphere, from the sun and the wind, to the upper part of the ocean, can actually be driven to roll in the deep ocean through acoustic gravity waves.
A geoid model accurate to 1 cm (in relative sense for short baselines below 10 km) can be obtained with gravity data spaced about 2-3 km (see, e.
During the gravity measurements a special stilt was placed in these GPS sites to ensure identical position and orientation of the gravimeter in a given site.
This community numbers more than 1,000 researchers worldwide, compared to a couple hundred focused on loop quantum gravity and other alternatives.
Fabian's team has also used the new X-ray data to demonstrate that the gravity of the black holes has slowed time, stretching the radiation to longer wavelengths.
First of all, no one has measured gravity for every atom and every star, so how do they know gravity is "universal?
Lacking a laser, the brightest available light source for my gravity laboratory was the Sun.
By allowing gravity to pull you forward rather than requiring your legs to push you forward, your speed will no longer be dictated exclusively by your leg strength.
MAMMOTH MOUNTAIN - Watching some of the snowboarders who will be competing at the upcoming Winter Gravity Games in Colorado, it seems a more descriptive name might be the Anti-Gravity Games.
On board the space station, the conditions are those of freefall, the centrifugal force is exactly equal and opposite to the gravity force.
But while on familiar terms with Larsson's fictionalized exotica, New Gravity is on its own in confronting the history of lethal sexual behavior and its self-inflicted moral predicaments.