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GIP

ISO 4217 code for the Gibraltar pound. It was introduced in 1927, replacing the British pound. It is pegged to the British pound at par.
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When they were not in Spain or Morocco, Gyp and Hill spent time in the French Riviera, where, says Justin, they mixed with Diana Dors and met Picasso and Aristotle Onassis.
The phosphate industry produces a lot more waste than just the stuff in the gyp stacks.
Note: PH, plant height(cm); EL, ear length(cm); WL, wheel layers; ETP, effective tiller number per plant; GNP, grain number per panicle; LR, lodging resistance: 1) lodging2)moderate resistance 3) lodging-resistant; SH, shattering habit(%); GYP, grain yield per plant(g) associated with high yield.
In chapter four, Roberts examines the fascinating interplay of stereotypes and associations between the New Woman and the Jew by comparing the reporting of Dreyfusard Severine and anti-Dreyfusard Gyp. Chapter six considers the extent to which the fantastical mystique of Sarah Bernhardt posed a challenge to gender norms.
GYP 3A4 inhibition elevates serum levels of Cafergot, increasing the risk for vasospasm and ischemia.
It would have been illuminating to include novels by women (both Rachilde and Gyp, to give only two examples, would be of interest here), and to explore some of the feminist papers' responses to the discussions on adultery and paternity.
There were four treatments: (1) T1 Control (leaching with saline-sodic ground water); (2) T2 Subsoiling (SS) (50 cm deep, 150 cm apart crosswise furrows); (3) T3 Gypsum (GYP) (@ 100 percent GR (Gypsum Requirement); and (4) T4 Subsoiling plus gypsum (SS+GYP).
"Gabrielle" was the name that came to describe a little girl who her mother insisted was "too ugly" and masculine for "Sibylle." But in her thirties, Gabrielle achieved fame under another name -- the male pseudonym "Gyp." She became a prolific novelist, a member of France's literary establishment and a popular satirist of Parisian chic.
And how about such shockers as barracuda, burly, buxom, dear, dingbat, ditz, dizzy, fried chicken, gorgeous, gyp, housewife, illegal alien, Ivan, jock johns, lazy, pert, petite, rubbing noses, shiftless, stunning, swettie, and ugh.
surely no more of a gyp than promising a couch in Heaven