Definition of Gammas

1. Noun. (plural of gamma) ¹



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Definition of Gammas

1. gamma [n] - See also: gamma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gammas

gammacism
gammadia
gammadion
gammadions
gammaglobulinemia
gammagram
gammaherpesviral
gammaherpesvirinae
gammaherpesvirus
gammaproteobacteria
gammaproteobacterial
gammaproteobacterium
gammaretroviral
gammaretrovirus
gammaretroviruses
gammas (current term)
gammatia
gammation
gammations
gammaxene
gamme
gammed
gammer
gammers
gammes
gammier
gammies
gammiest
gamming
gammock

Literary usage of Gammas

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1. Reporting Reminiscences by William Carnie (1902)
"Sweet gammas o' May ! mang your brackens and heather I've lingered till night died away in the west; Hae played in the Pass, courting fair or foul weather, ..."

2. Early Concert-life in America (1731-1800) by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1907)
"Song 'I dare to meet the strokes of fate', by M. gammas 3. Sonata on the Harpsichord, by Mr. Moller 4. Duetto 'In the bosom of a father', by M. and Madame ..."

3. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities: Being a Continuation of the by Samuel Cheetham (1880)
"It takes its imne from being composed of four capital gammas ) placed back to ... Not gammas alona but other letters also are frequently seen embroidered on ..."

4. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1893)
"It takes its name from being composed of four capital gammas (Г^ placed back to back, ... The gammas were also some* _ p. times placed face to face, ..."

5. Computing Radiation Dosimetry: CRD 2002 : Workshop Proceedings, Sacavém by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (2004)
"The de-excitation gammas and bremsstrahlung photons generated along the path of an incident proton are quite evident in Figure 4. ..."

6. Reporting Reminiscences by William Carnie (1902)
"Sweet gammas o' May ! mang your brackens and heather I've lingered till night died away in the west; Hae played in the Pass, courting fair or foul weather, ..."

7. Early Concert-life in America (1731-1800) by Oscar George Theodore Sonneck (1907)
"Song 'I dare to meet the strokes of fate', by M. gammas 3. Sonata on the Harpsichord, by Mr. Moller 4. Duetto 'In the bosom of a father', by M. and Madame ..."

8. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities: Being a Continuation of the by Samuel Cheetham (1880)
"It takes its imne from being composed of four capital gammas ) placed back to ... Not gammas alona but other letters also are frequently seen embroidered on ..."

9. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1893)
"It takes its name from being composed of four capital gammas (Г^ placed back to back, ... The gammas were also some* _ p. times placed face to face, ..."

10. Computing Radiation Dosimetry: CRD 2002 : Workshop Proceedings, Sacavém by OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Instituto Tecnologico e Nuclear (2004)
"The de-excitation gammas and bremsstrahlung photons generated along the path of an incident proton are quite evident in Figure 4. ..."

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