Definitions for galgæl
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United States liquid unit equal to 4 quarts or 3.785 liters
a unit of gravitational acceleration equal to one centimeter per second per second (named after Galileo)
alliterative term for girl (or woman)
The symbol for the cgs unit of acceleration, gal or galileo.
Origin: Shortened from galileo
The gal, sometimes called galileo, is a unit of acceleration used extensively in the science of gravimetry. The gal is defined as 1 centimeter per second squared. The milligal and microgal refer respectively to one thousandth and one millionth of a gal. The gal is not part of the International System of Units. However, in 1978 the CIPM decided that it was permissible to use the gal "with the SI until the CIPM considers that [its] use is no longer necessary." The gal is a derived unit, defined in terms of the centimeter-gram-second base unit of length, the centimeter, and the second, which is the base unit of time in both the CGS as well as the modern SI system. In SI base units, 1 Gal is precisely equal to 0.01 m/s². The acceleration due to Earth’s gravity at its surface is 976 to 983 Gal, the variation being due mainly to differences in latitude and elevation. Mountains and masses of lesser density within the Earth's crust typically cause variations in gravitational acceleration of tens to hundreds of milligals. The gravity gradient above Earth's surface is about 3.1 µGal per centimeter of height, resulting in a maximum difference of about 2 Gal from the top of Mount Everest to sea level.
AGL, GLA, lag
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
All that Hubert needs over there is a gal to answer the phone and a pencil with an eraser on it.
I think he made it so that the next guy or gal to walk into office will have a better starting point.
Well, I was doing a Superman [movie] — my part is mostly there. But it was really fun to get to play with these other characters that were coming in, and get to have Gal [Gadot] there, and get to have another girl on set.
One lady walked up to another lady and asked if she was in line for the waffle maker thing and the lady never answered her, so the first lady went and made a waffle, and when she went to go and take it this other gal tried to take it from her and that started the fight over the waffle.
Why Paul God already had called twelve apostles of the kingdom Although Judas had fallen in transgression, the seat of his apostolic office was filled by Matthias preceding the day of Pentecost. Insofar as Paul was unconverted at the time, he could not have possibly fulfilled the qualificatios set down by the Holy Spirit to be numbered with the twelve (Acts 121-26). Of course, there are many dispensationalists who would agree with this interpretation, but teach that God ordained Paul to be the thirteenth apostle of the kingdom. Perhaps you have heard the saying, 'They jumped out of the frying pan into the fire.' In other words, we have gone from bad to worse, which is certainly the case with this view. the number twelve is stamped throughout the pages of prophecy, thus eliminating the possibility of a thirteenth apostolic office (Matt. 1928 cf. Rev. 12-21). What logical explanation then can we give for Paul's apostleship Before the foundation of the world, God foreordained that He would raise up a new apostle to reveal His eternal purpose for the parenthetical age of Grace in which we now live. Hence, Paul says 'But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother's womb, and called me by His grace, to reveal His Son in me, that I might preach Him among the heathen Gentiles...' (Gal. 115.16). When God temporarily rolled up the building plans of prophecy and placed them aside, He made known a secret set of plans. With this program came a completely new set of blueprints. According to the counsel of His will, He had predetermined to call Paul as the masterbuilder of the project. So then, the instructions for our building program are found in Paul's epistles. Little wonder the apostles says 'I have laid the foundation, and another buildeth thereon. But let every man take heed how he buildeth thereupon.' (1 Cor. 310). It is essential to use Pauline constructio materials (grace doctrines), simply because someday soon the Building Inspector will examine our workmanship to determine if we followed His codes.
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