She went from dominatrix to dowager, swapping her D & GS for sensible brogues, her sexy leather and lace for tweeds and twin sets.
In 2012, FIS announced a new requirement increasing the minimum turn radius of GS skis by eight meters.
Speeds range from 30 to 90 mph, creating jet- fighter like forces of 5-8 GS.
While Ligety missed the 2009 GS title, Miller won his second World Cup overall that year.
It's strong enough to tow this whole cargo at a couple of GS.
In Bs portrait of himself a portrait of G. hanGS on the wall, and in GS.
Quintilian remarks that x is not an indispensable letter in Latin, implying that cs and GS could take its place.
He pronounced the word as spelled with two GS; but I prefer to retain the good English.
The grammarians say that the character axis a monogram representing cs or GS.
It would have to be strong enough to pierce a GS uniform and make an entrance into flesh.
g 1 (jē)
A unit of acceleration equal to the acceleration caused by gravity at the earth's surface, about 9.8 meters (32 feet) per second per second.
A naval captain, wearing four stripes as insignia (WWI Navy)
The country code for South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.