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Giraffe Centre The Giraffe Centre is located Langata, approximately 5 km from the centre of Nairobi, Kenya. It was established in order to protect the endangered Rothschild's Giraffe, giraffa camelopardalis rothschildi, that is found only in the grasslands of East Africa.
Giraffe weevil The giraffe weevil (Tracheophorus giraffa), native to Madagascar, derives its name from an extended neck much like that of the common giraffe. This unique adaptation assists in nest building, with the neck of the male typically being 2-3 times that of the female.
Giraffidae The biological family Giraffidae contains just two living members, the giraffe and the okapi. Both are confined to sub-saharan Africa: the giraffe to the open savannas, and the okapi to the dense rainforest of the Congo.
Giralda The Giralda is the bell tower of the Cathedral of Seville in Seville, Spain, one of the largest churches in the world and an outstanding example of the Gothic and Baroque architectural styles. The tower is a former Almohad minaret which, when built, was the tallest tower in the world at 97.
Girando En El Tiempo "Girando En El Tiempo" is a special radio single released by Mexican singer-songwriter Iran Castilloas a promotion, for the soundrack of the soap opera "Preciosa". This song was the only promotional single, of this soundrack.
Girandole Girandole (from the Italian girandola) is an ornamental branched candlestick or lighting device often composed of several lights. It came into use about the second half of the 17th century, and was commonly made and used in pairs.
Girard Public Library The Girard Public Library, a Carnegie library, was established in 1899 in Girard, Kansas, USA. The original building was constructed in 1906, at 128 West Prairie Avenue, and is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
Girart de Roussillon Girart de Roussillon is an epic figure of in a cycle of Carolingian romances, collectively known as the Matter of France. In the genealogy of the cycleâ€™s heroes, Girart is a son of Doon de Mayence and appears in various irreconcilable events.
Girawa (woreda) Girawa (also called Girawa Meyu Mulike) is one of the 180 woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Misraq (East) Hararghe Zone, Girawa is bordered on the south by Gola Odana Meyumuluke, on the west by Bedeno, on the north by Kurfa Chele, and on the east by Fedis.
Giray dynasty Giray (), alternative spellings Guirey, Ghirai, Ghiray, Geray, is the Genghisid dynasty, which was reigning in the Khanate of Crimea since its formation in 1427 until its downfall in 1783. The dynasty also supplied several khans of Kazan and Astrakhan between 1521 and 1550.
Girdle The word girdle originally meant a belt (or metaphorically speaking, something which confines or encloses, as in Tolkien's Girdle of Melian). In modern English the term "girdle" is most commonly used for a form of women's underwear that replaced the corset in popularity.
Girdle book Girdle books were small portable books worn by medieval monks, clergymen and nobles as a popular accessory to medieval costume between the 13th and 16th centuries. It consisted of a book whose leather binding continued loose below the cover of the book in a long tapered tail with a large knot at the end which could be tucked into one's "girdle" or belt.
Girdle of Femininity/Masculinity The Girdle of Femininity/Masculinity is a type of magical item in the roleplaying game Dungeons & Dragons that's infamous for its unusual effect. Such a girdle looks like an ordinary leather belt, but when worn immediately switches the wearer's sex, then loses all power.
Girdled wrasse The girdled wrasse, Notolabrus cinctus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus, found around the South Island of New Zealand including the Chatham Islands and Snares Islands at depths of between 20 and 90 m. Its length is between 20 and 35 cm.
Girdler sulfide process The Girdler sulfide (GS) process, also known as the Geib-Spevack (GS) process (United States Patent 4620909, Method for isotope replenishment in an exchange liquid used in a laser induced isotope enrichment process), is an industrial production method for making heavy water (deuterium oxide), an important component of many nuclear reactors because it acts as a neutron moderator. It takes its name from Karl-Hermann Geib and Jerome S.
Girdling Girdling, also called ring barking or ring-barking, is the process of completely removing a strip of bark around a tree's outer circumference, causing its death. Girdling occurs by deliberate human action (forestry and vandalism), accidentally (as in the case of new saplings tethered to a supporting stake), or by the feeding actions of some herbivores (who feed on bark at their height).
Gires-Tournois etalon In optics, a Gires-Tournois etalon is a transparent plate with two reflecting surfaces, one of which has very high reflectivity. Due to multiple-beam interference, light incident on the lower-reflectivity surface of a Gires-Tournois etalon is (almost) completely reflected, but has a phase shift that depends strongly on the wavelength of the light.
Girgam Diwan is the Arabic and Girgam the older term of the royal chronicle of Kanem-Bornu. The latter name is also used for either written or oral historical traditions in some kingdoms west of Bornu like Daura and Fika.
Girgaum Chowpatti Chowpatti is a small public beach adjoining Marine Drive in South Mumbai, India. The beach is famous for Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations when hundreds of people from all over Mumbai come to immerse the idols of Lord Ganapati in Arabian Sea.
Giri Giri (çľ©ç†) is a Japanese value roughly corresponding to "duty" in English, but one with a far more pervasive influence on the Japanese world view and culture than its English equivalent. It is defined as "to serve one's superiors with a self-sacrificing devotion" by Namiko Abe.
Giriama The Giriama, or Giriama, are one of the nine ethnic groups that make up the Mijikenda (which literally translates to "nine towns"). The Mijikenda occupy the coastal strip extending from Lamu in the north to the Kenya/Tanzania border in the south, and approximately 30 km inland.
Giridhari Lal Pandit Giridhari Lal Pandit is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Delhi. He has published several books, including The Structure and Growth of Scientific Knowledge: A Study in the Methodology of Epistemic Appraisal (1982), Methodological Variance: Es-says in Epistemological Ontology and the Methodology of Science (1991), Von der Oekologie des Bewusstseins zum Umweltrealismus (1995).
Giridih Giridih (Hindi: ŕ¤—ŕ¤żŕ¤°ŕ¤żŕ¤ˇŕĄ€ŕ¤ą, Bengali: ŕ¦—ŕ¦żŕ¦°ŕ¦żŕ¦ˇŕ¦ż), is headquarters of the Giridih district of Jharkhand state, India. The literal meaning of Giridih is the land of hills & hillocks - giri, a Hindi word, means hills and dih, another word of the local dialect, indicates upland.
Girish Karnad Girish Karnad (Kannada:ŕ˛—ŕ˛żŕ˛°ŕł€ŕ˛¶ŕłŤ ŕ˛•ŕ˛ľŕ˛°ŕłŤŕ˛¨ŕ˛ľŕ˛ˇŕłŤ) (born May 19, 1938), is a contemporary writer, playwright, actor and movie director in Kannada language. He is one of the seven recipientsof Jnanpith Award] for [[Kannada literature, the highest literary honour conferred in India.
Girish Kasaravalli Girish Kasaravalli(born 1950) is a leading movie director in Kannada who has received four Golden lotus awards so far for his movies. He is a gold medalist from the Film and Television Institute of India, Pune.
Giritli Ali Aziz Efendi Giritli Ali Aziz Efendi was a Turkish author of the 18th century, notable for his sefaretname relating his mission as the Ottoman ambassador in Prussia in 1796, and for his "Muhayyelat" (Imaginations), a unique work of fiction blending personal and fantastic themes, well in the current of the traditional Ottoman prose, but also exhibiting novel influences from Western literature. Muhayyelatname is, as such, considered to be an early precursor of the new Turkish literature to emerge in the Tanzimat period of the 19th century.
Giritli Mustafa Naili Pasha Giritli Mustafa Naili Pasha (Mustafa Naili Pasha the Cretan) is an Ottoman grand vizier who held office twice during the reign of AbdĂĽlmecid, the first time between 14 May 1853 and 29 May 1854, and the second time between 6 August 1857 - 22 October 1857 .
Girl A girl is a female child, as opposed to a boy, a young male child. The age at which a female person transitions from girl to woman varies in different societies; typically the transition from adolescence to maturity is taken to occur in the late teens.
Girl (Destiny's Child song) "Girl" is a pop-R&B song written by BeyoncĂ© Knowles, Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, Rodney Jerkins, Ric Rude, Angela Beyince, Sean Garrett, Patrick Douthit, Don Davis, Eddie Robinson for Destiny's Child fourth studio album Destiny Fulfilled (2004). Produced by Knowles, and Jerkins, the song contains elements and samples from the song "Ocean of Thoughts and Dreams" as performed by The Dramatics.
Girl (The Time song) "Girl" was the final single released from The Time's debut album. Like most of the album, the song was recorded in Prince's home studio in April 1981, and was produced, arranged, composed and performed by Prince with Morris Day later adding his lead vocals.
Girl All the Bad Guys Want "Girl All the Bad Guys Want" is a hit single by Texas band Bowling for Soup, from their 2002 CD Drunk Enough to Dance. The song reached #8 on the UK Singles Chart and #64 on the US Hot 100, and was nominated for a 2003 Grammy Award for "Best Pop Performance by a Group or Duo".
Girl Crazy Girl Crazy is a theater musical with music by George Gershwin, lyrics by Ira Gershwin and book by Guy Bolton and Jack McGowan. It is remembered as the show that made stars of both Ginger Rogers (who, with Allen Kearns, sang "Could You Use Me?
Girl Don't Come "Girl Don't Come" is a song by 1960s British girl singer Sandie Shaw. Originally used as the B-side to her third single "I'd Be Far Better Off Without You" the song tells the story of a young man who has been stood up on a date.
Girl Fight Tonight! Girl Fight Tonight was the third single released by singer and comedienne Julie Brown, the second from her only album Trapped in the Body of a White Girl. It was released in 12" and 7" vinyl formats as well as on a promotional-only CD.
Girl Friends Girl Friends is a K-Pop group made up of real-life friends Yuri and Chae Rina. Considered veterans of the K-pop industry, both Yuri and Chae Rina have previously been part of major Korean pop groups: Yuri in Cool, and Chae in Roora (and eventually Diva for a short period as well).
Girl group A girl group is a musical group featuring several young female singers who generally harmonize together. The term "girl group" is generally not applied to girl bands or all-women bands, in which women play instruments as well as sing.
Girl Genius: The Works Girl Genius: The Works is a card game played with a specially designed deck of 108 cards. The game, designed by Phil Foglio and James Ernest, takes its theme from the "gaslamp fantasy" of the Girl Genius comic book series.
Girl Guide and Girl Scout A Girl Guide is a girl, usually 11 to 17 years of age, participating in the worldwide Scouting movement. This movement began in 1907, when Robert Baden-Powell held the first Scout camp on Brownsea Island, South England.
Girl Guides Association of Cyprus The Girl Guides Association of Cyprus (ÎŁĎŽÎĽÎ± ÎšĎ…Ď€ĎÎŻĎ‰Î˝ ÎźÎ´Î·ÎłĎŽÎ˝) is the national Guiding association of Cyprus. Guiding in Cyprus started in 1912 and became a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) in 1962.
Girl Guides Association of Papua New Guinea The Girl Guides Association of Papua New Guinea is the Guiding organisation in Papua New Guinea. Founded in 1927, the girls-only organization became a full member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1978.
Girl Guides of Canada Girl Guides of Canada - Guides du Canada is the national Guiding association of Canada. Guiding in Canada started in 1910 and was among the founding members of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts(WAGGGS) in 1928.
Girl Guides of Palestine The Girl Guides of Palestine is the national Guiding organization of the Palestinian National Authority. As of 2005, the association was granted the official status of "Working towards WAGGGS membership" by the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts acknowledging the development of the association.
Girl Heroes The book, Girl Heroes: The New Force In Popular Culture (2002), by Dr. Susan Hopkins (a Lecturer in The School of Journalism and Communication, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia), is a cultural analysis of the contemporary archetype of the girl hero in popular culture.
Girl Illustrated Girl Illustrated was a glamour magazine published in London, England from 1966 to 1977. It was a spin off of the Naturist magazine "Health & Efficiency" and was notable for its high quality paper and numerous colour photographs.
Girl next door The prototype of the girl next door is often invoked in American contexts to indicate wholesome, unassuming, or "average" femininity; this is contrasted with other stereotypes such as tomboy, valley girl, and slut. She is the female counterpart to the "boy next door.
Girl Next Door (Vanilla Series) Girl Next Door (In Japan it was released as "Tonari Onee San") is a Hentai/Anime released by Vanilla Series, a production company located in Japan. The story revolves around Masahiko, a troubled young man who is forever holding onto the image of a beautiful woman who aided him when he was injured as a child.
Girl of the Limberlost A Girl of the Limberlost, a novel written by the American writer and naturalist Gene Stratton-Porter, was first published in August, 1909. The story takes place in Indiana, in and around the Limberlost Swamp, during the early 20th century.
Girl Scout cookie A Girl Scout cookie is one of several varieties of cookie sold on neighborhood tours by Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) as a fundraiser for their organization. Members of the GSUSA have been selling cookies since 1917 to raise funds for their units.
Girl Scout levels (USA) The Girl Scouts of the USA have five age levels: Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette, and Senior. Girl Scouts move or "bridge" to the next level usually at the end of the school year they reach the age to advance.
Girl Scouts of Japan The Girl Scouts of Japan is the girls-only Scouting organization serving Japan. Founded in 1919, the Girl Scouts of Japan became member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1952 and counts 61,305 girls as members, as of 2003.
Girl Scouts of the USA The Girl Scouts of the United States of America (GSUSA) is a youth organization for girls in the United States and American girls living abroad. The movement aims to help girls build character and skills for success in the adult world by using the Scout method to develop leadership, values, social conscience, citizenship, and conviction about their potential and self-esteem.
Girl Scouts of Taiwan The Girl Scouts of Taiwan is the national Guiding organization of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Girl Scouting was introduced to China in 1919; the association became a member of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in 1963.
Girl Skateboards Girl Skateboards is a Torrance, California based skateboarding company that was started in 1993 by Rick Howard, Mike Carroll and Spike Jonze. The primary function of the company is to sell merchandise; boards, wheels, shirts, pants, and belt buckles that are available with a Girl logo on them.
Girl Thing Girl Thing were a British female band, made up of members, Jodi Albert, Anika Bostelaar, Linzi Martin, Michelle Barber and Nikki Stuart. They are most famous for their song "Last One Standing", which hit the British top ten and made the Australian top 5 where it achieved gold sales.
Girl with a Pearl Earring (painting) The Girl with a Pearl Earring (Dutch: Het meisje met de parel) is one of Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer's masterworks and as the name implies, uses a pearl earring for a focal point. The painting is currently housed at The Mauritshuis in The Hague.
Girl with Curious Hair Girl with Curious Hair is a collection of short stories by David Foster Wallace, first published in 1990. Though they are not related, many of the stories share the theme of society's fascination with celebrity, some using real celebrities, including Alex Trebek, David Letterman and Lyndon Johnson, as fictional characters.
Girl With A One-Track Mind Girl With A One-Track Mind is a blog by Abby Lee (pen name of Zoe Margolis, born 1973), in which the author writes in detail about her life as a sexually active young woman in London. The blog has won praise for its keen psychological insights into male and female sexuality, as well as for the author's earthy humour.
Girl Without a Room Girl Without a Room is a 1933 movie musical starring Charles Farrell, Charles Ruggles, and Marguerite Churchill. This early light comedy farce set in Paris was written by Claude Binyon, Frank Butler, and Jack Lait, and directed by Ralph Murphy.
Girl, Interrupted (film) Girl, Interrupted is a 1999 drama film about a woman's 18-month stay at a mental institution, starring Winona Ryder and Angelina Jolie. It was adapted from the original memoir Girl, Interrupted by Susanna Kaysen.
Girlfight Girlfight was a 2000 film drama starring Michelle Rodriguez. It focuses on Diana Guzman, a troubled teen who decides to channel her aggression by training to become a boxer, despite the skepticism of both her abusive father and the prospective trainers in the male-dominated sport.
Girlfriend (Avril Lavigne song) "Girlfriend" has been announced as the first single to be released from Avril Lavigne's upcoming third album The Best Damn Thing. The song is described by Avril herself as being "fun, fast, hard, cocky and playful" and was produced by Lukasz "Dr.
Girlfriend (band) Girlfriend was a five-girl pop group from Australia, formed in the early 1990s. Their debut album Make It Come True was released in 1992 and became a major hit in Australia with hit songs such as Take It From Me and Without You.
Girlfriend (Michael Jackson song) "Girlfriend" was the fifth and last single to be released by singer Michael Jackson from his hugely-successful album, Off the Wall in 1980. The single was only released in the UK, where it performed rather poorly, just managing to enter the top 50 at #41 and falling out of the top 100 completely after five weeks.
Girlfriend From Hell Girlfriend From Hell is a B-movie from 1990 starring actor Dana Ashbrook, of Twin Peaks fame. The film, a tongue-in-cheek satire of typical teen horror and sex comedies, chronicles a high school party where all Hell breaks loose, literally.
Girlfriend in a Kimono Girlfriend in a Kimono is a short film made in the summer of 2005, written and directed by Dominic Thackray who describes it as an anti-romance. It tells the tale of autoslacker Vincent (played by Raindance Film Festival producer Jesse Vile) who falls for French burlesque dancer Candice (played by model Amber Butchart).
Girlfriend of Steel (also called Iron Maiden) is a video game based on the Gainax anime/manga series Neon Genesis Evangelion, released officially only in Japan. Some fans also consider it an additional episode of the series because whilst it was interactive to a small degree, it principally played out like a segment of the anime's story, fitting in just before the mood of the series started to get darker, but unavoidably before the Eleventh Angel, Iruel, attacks NERV, because the simulation bodies are shown in use during the early stages of the game, and after being infected by Iruel, successfully restoring the simulation bodies before the 13th Angel incident (which would have hindered Toji from appearing in the game as he does) a highly unlikely event.
Girlfriend of Steel 2 Neon Genesis Evangelion Girlfriend of Steel 2 (ć–°ä¸–ç´€ă‚¨ă´ă‚ˇăłă‚˛ăŞă‚Şăłé‹Ľé‰„ă®ă‚¬ăĽă«ă•ă¬ăłă‰, Shin Seiki Evangerion: KĹŤtetsu no GÄrufurendo, Girlfriend of Steel 2 or Iron Maiden 2nd) is a GAINAX-produced adventure anime game, and manga based on that game, set in the alternate universe seen in Episode 26 of Neon Genesis Evangelion. The player controls Shinji Ikari, the hero of the original Evangelion series, as he navigates his home, school and social life in now peaceful "Tokyo-3".
Girlguiding UK Girlguiding UK is the national Guiding organisation of the United Kingdom. Guiding began in the UK in 1910 after Robert Baden-Powell asked his sister Agnes to start a group especially for girls that would be run along similar lines to Scouting for Boys.
Girls & Boys "Girls & Boys" (or "Girls and Boys") is a song by British rock band Blur and is the lead track on their third album, Parklife. It was released 7 March 1994 as the first single from that album, charting at #5 in the UK Singles Charts (see 1994 in British music).
Girls & Sports Girls & Sports is a nationally syndicated comic strip, created by Justin Borus and Andrew Feinstein. Girls & Sports discusses the issues most important to young men, such as meeting and dating girls, watching and playing sports, "the bar scene," and so forth.
Girls (comics) Girls is a monthly comic book series created by Jonathan and Joshua Luna and released by Image Comics. It tells the story of the people of Pennystown, a community of 63 who are cut off from the rest of the world and attacked by a group of naked, egg-laying women, as well as other bizarre dangers.
Girls Ain't Nothing but Trouble "Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble" is a song by DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince, from their 1987 debut album Rock the House. The music is built around a sample from the theme tune of the 1960s television series I Dream of Jeannie.
Girls Aloud: Off the Record Girls Aloud: Off the Record is a six-part series recorded by Girls Aloud for E4 that started on April 11, 2006 at 10:30pm. It is a Monkey Kingdom production for Channel Four, and is 'onlined' at Bravo Post Production.
Girls Behaving Badly Girls Behaving Badly is an American reality comedy television show that is produced by Cable channel the O! Network, also known as Oxygen Network, and is also syndicated to television stations across the United States via Sony Pictures Television.
Girls Gone Wild The Girls Gone Wild franchise, created by Joe Francis, is a series by the production company Mantra Entertainment. Girls Gone Wild videos usually involve a camera crew patrolling a party-heavy area frequented by young adults in search of attractive women who agree to "get a little crazy" with them, usually in exchange for a tank top.
Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood Girls in Pants: The Third Summer of the Sisterhood this book is the third in a series of four books The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, The Second Summer of the Sisterhood and Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood.
Girls In Love Girls In Love is an ITV drama series based on the book of the same title (ISBN 0385408048), both created by UK author Jacqueline Wilson that follows the romantic thrills and spills of three teenage girls- Ellie, Magda and Nadine. The show has been running for two series, and has been dubbed by many as the pre-teens version of Sex and the City, exploring the some what weird and wonderful world of boys through the eyes of Ellie Allard, who is played by Olivia Hallinan.
Girls Like Me Following a phenomenal rise to the top of the country music charts that lasted through most of the decade of the 1970's, Tanya Tucker hit a dry spell by the early 1980's. The hits became few and far between as her personal life devolved into alcohol and drug abuse and turbulent love affairs with several singers and actors.
Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara The 'Girls of Great Britain and Ireland' Tiara was given to the future Queen Mary of England as a wedding present in 1893. The diamond tiara was purchased from Garrard, the London jeweller, by a committee organised by Lady Eve Greville.
Girls of the Golden West The Girls of the Golden West (Mildred Fern Good & Dorothy Laverne Good) were a female country music girl group that was popular during the "Western Era" of Country music in the 1930s and 40s. With Mildred born in 1913 and Dolly born in 1915 in Mt.
Girls on Film "Girls on Film" was the third single from Duran Duran's first album, Duran Duran, and has become one of the band's signature songs. It was released on 13 July, 1981, and reached Number 5 in the UK Singles Chart on 25 July.
Girls On Top Girls On Top was a British sitcom which ran on ITV between 1985 and 1986. It was conceived by and starred comedic duo French & Saunders - in their first high-profile writing project for television - and despite a very low budget and poor critical reception received extremely high ratings.
Girls On Top (Richard X) Girls On Top was the pseudonym used by record producer Richard X between 2001 and 2002. As part of the bootleg music craze of the time, Girls On Top had a string of limited edition underground singles released on vinyl only.
Girls Preparatory School Girls Preparatory School, often called simply GPS, is an all-female college preparatory school in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It was founded in 1906 by Miss Grace McCallie, Miss Tommie Payne Duffy, and Miss Eula Lea Jarnagin.
Girls Sport Victoria (GSV) Girls Sport Victoria (GSV) was established in 2001 and is the largest independent school sporting associations in Victoria, with 24 member schools. Several other girls sporting associations such as the Association of Anglican Girls' Grammar Schools Sports Association conducted sporting competitions and carnivals prior to the formation of the GSV.
Girls Suck But You Don't Girls Suck But You Don't is the third official full-length release from Chicago IDM artist The Flashbulb, AKA Benn Jordan. The subtitle of the record reads "15 tracks from my hard drive", and this amusing label is no misnomer.
Girls Town Girls Town was a 1959 film produced by MGM, starring Mamie Van Doren, Mel TormĂ© and Ray Anthony; Paul Anka also appears in his first acting role. A juvenile delinquent is sent to a girls school run by nuns, where she finds herself unable to help her sister.
Girls' Love Stories Girls' Love Stories was a romantic comic book published by DC Comics in the United States. Started in 1949 as DC's first romance title, it ran for 180 issues during the so-called Golden Age of comic books, covering such topics as girls worrying about getting a man, or marrying out of pressure, not love.
Girls' night out A girls' night out is gender-exclusive event where women congregate to engage in social activities, usually after a workday. Typical events may include dinner and a movie, meeting over beverages, a book club, or watching a television event together, perhaps at an out-of-the-home location.
Girls' Nautical Training Corps In 1942, the Girlsâ€™ Naval Training Corps was formed as part of the National Association of Girlsâ€™ Corps, with Units mainly in southern England. Its objective was congruent with that of the Sea Cadet Corps, teaching girls the same seamanship skills as the SCC taught the boys
Girls' Night Out (film) Girls' Night Out (ě˛ë…€ë“¤ěť ě €ë…ě‹ťě‚¬ - Cheonyeodeul-ui jeonyeoksiksa) is a South Korean film, released in 1998 and directed by Im Sang-soo. It centers around three women, whose overt sexual dialogue caused a stir when the film was released.
Girls' Romances Girls' Romances was a comic book published during the "Golden Age" of comics in the United States. Running for 160 issues, it covered romance topics like dating or marriage, and was published by the National Romance Group/DC.
Girls/Memphis Bells Girls/Memphis Bells was the fifteenth single released by the British electronica/rave/rock band The Prodigy on 21 June 2004 as a very limited 12" vinyl record and "Memphis Bells" on 28 June as a digital download. It was the first single from Always Outnumbered, Never Outgunned.
Girly girl Girly girl is a slang term for a girl or woman who chooses to dress and behave in a traditionally feminine style, such as wearing pink or floral dresses, blouses and skirts, wearing make-up, talking about relationships and other activities which are associated with the traditional gender role of a girl. It is an informal term, and in most contexts, it is at least mildly derogatory.
Girma Wolde-Giorgis Girma Wolde-Giorgis (born December 1924 in Addis Ababa) is the President of Ethiopia. He was elected on October 8, 2001, as a relative unknown and a surprise choice, by a unanimous vote of the Ethiopian Parliament.
Giro A giro, also called a direct deposit, is a banking term for a method of payment. It is almost the opposite of a cheque, but whereas a cheque is given to the payee who deposits it in his or her bank, a giro is given by the payer to his or her bank, which transfers funds into the payee's bank, directly into their account.
Giro d'Italia The Giro d'Italia, also simply known as the Giro, is a long distance road bicycle racing stage race for professional cyclists held over three weeks in May or early June in and around Italy. It is the second most important stage rage in the world, after the Tour de France.
Girobank Girobank (originally founded as the National Giro) was a British financial institution which began operations in 1968. Established by the British Post Office , its operations are now part of the Alliance & Leicester Group and is no longer trading under Giro or Girobank names.
Girogio Grongnet Girogio Grongnet de VassĂ©, (1774 - 1882), was a Maltese architect who designed a massive church - rotunda of St Marija Assunta in Mosta, Malta. It has one of the largest unsupported domes in the world, with a diameter of 40m.