Definitions for "gems "
Keywords:  math, science, lawrence, global, unep
Global Environmental Monitoring System
the Global Environmental Monitoring Systems of the Governing Council of UNEP, founded in 1973, it collects and collates data of earth sciences and technology.
An acronym that stands for Great Explorations in Math and Science. This is a program at the Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California at Berkeley for science educators. It includes professional development for educators around the United States of America as well as teacher guides in a variety of science topics.
The gems system is a client/server application that allows you to show a single console session in different computers or terminals in real time. It can also be used to transmit any other kind of data to more than one computer at the same time.
A family of storage management products from Legato Systems.
The election management system creates databases, prepares ballots and accumulates all vote totals, including absentees. This system generates reports on a precinct level as well as a county level.
Keywords:  chamois
The chamois.
Diamant├ęs or plastic embellishments that give your projects a sparkly finish.
an Alpine Mountain goat, a distant relative to African antelopes
Gems is a compilation album released by Aerosmith in 1988 (see 1988 in music) under the label Columbia.
Keywords:  bandicoot, crash, series, item
A Gem is an item found in the Crash Bandicoot series
a subsidiary of Festdiam cutting works, a diamond trading company sight holder
a quarterly which comes off the press at the end of every quarter with printing paper size sextodecimo (larger than normal )
Girl Educational and Mentoring Services (USA)
Grid-Enabled Molecular Simulation Repository
Mortgages in which annual increases in monthly payments are used to reduce outstanding principal and to shorten the term of the loan.
Keywords:  gold, see
(see "gold")