Definitions for "Ger"
Keywords:  tent, yurt, mongol, felt, russian
Felt tents Mongke, Ogedei, and Guyuk
A round, freestanding felt tent supported by a wooden frame.
round felt tent which required large numbers of poles and laths
a person who converted to Judaism and took upon him-or herself to keep the Torah and Mitzvot
lit. "sojourner": convert to Judaism.
also called acid reflux, a condition where the contents of the stomach regurgitates (or backs up) into the esophagus (food pipe), causing discomfort.
gastroesophageal reflux; backward flow of stomach contents into the esophagus
Keywords:  kalwaria, gur, hasidic, rabbis, poland
Ger, or Gur (or Gerrer when used as an adjective) is a large hasidic dynasty originating from Ger, the Yiddish name of Góra Kalwaria, a small town in Poland. It is now based in Jerusalem. The rabbis who lead them have the family name of Alter.
Gross Energy Requirement.
Gross enrolment ratio. is a measure of access and coverage. It measures the proportion of the population that the school system covers and the capacity of schools to accommodate the population.
General Education Requirements. A range of courses distributed across various academic areas, required for the AS-T and other degrees, in order to develop breadth of knowledge outside the major field. Sometimes referred to as distribution requirements or core requirements.
Keywords:  lnwr, railway, eastern, great, part
Great Eastern Railway. Not part of LNWR.
An original German poster. German posters can be rolled or folded. The German equivalent of a U. S. one sheet is somewhat smaller, measuring 23" x 31".
Research/Graduate Studies, 111 Gerrard Street
Keywords:  assessment
Geriatric Assessment