- a family of South American Indian languages spoken in southern and eastern Brazil and northern Paraguay.
- a member of any of several Ge-speaking peoples.
- (in bookbinding) gilt edges.
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Examples from the Web for ge
Titan and GE officials did not respond to requests for comment.Exclusive: Did This Manhattan Firm Help Shield a Russian Fund From Sanctions?
November 10, 2014
GE claims that retrofitting can “reduce locomotive fuel costs by up to 50 %.”Diesel Trains May Soon Use Natural Gas Instead
The Daily Beast
May 27, 2014
A stylized video of their product sponsored by GE garnered thousands of views and likes when Hövdings began selling a year later.Helmet Haute Couture: The Invisible Helmet Revolutionizing Bike Safety
December 19, 2013
The list is in fact dominated by tech companies, with IBM, Microsoft, GE, Samsung and Intel all featuring in the top 10.Apple Leaves Coke Flat in Global Top Brand Survey
September 30, 2013
Nor was my dad's experience out of the ordinary: his counterparts at AT&T and GE enjoyed similar experiences.The America We've Lost
March 18, 2013
Words beginning with ge- will be found under their root-word.Beowulf
"These is for the ge'mman as told the stories last night," he announced.The Boy Scout Treasure Hunters
Charles Henry Lerrigo
Why, in my opinion, Sir John, the less that either of us says of the v'y'ge the better.The Monikins
J. Fenimore Cooper
Well, I gave him a thump on the head that he'll not forget this v'y'ge.Jack Tier or The Florida Reef
James Fenimore Cooper
The words are often associated, as And quat for luue and quat for age, GE 3632.
- another name for Gaia
- Georgia (international car registration)
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- The symbol for the elementgermanium
- The symbol for germanium.
- A brittle, crystalline, grayish-white metalloid element that is found in coal, in zinc ores, and in several minerals. It is used as a semiconductor and in wide-angle lenses. Atomic number 32; atomic weight 72.59; melting point 937.4°C; boiling point 2,830°C; specific gravity 5.323 (at 25°C); valence 2, 4. See Periodic Table.
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