- grain; grains.
- gram; grams.
- King George.
Origin of G.R.
From the Latin word Geōrgius Rēx
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He was on GR,” said Gilpin, “general relief, but most all of it went to drugs.Chasen Murderer's Secret Past
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It had been previously used, in lotions of the strength of gr.
The figure for case-shifting, or the changing of the case-tokens, is called in Gr.An Outline of English Speech-craft
From ipecacuanha, 30 gr.; squills and ammoniacum, of each 40 gr.
The precipitate given by carbonate of sodium from a solution of 100 gr.
A mixture of gamboge, 10 gr., with carbonate of potassa, 20 gr.
- Greece (international car registration)
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