Definitions for "GASP "
To open the mouth wide in catching the breath, or in laborious respiration; to labor for breath; to respire convulsively; to pant violently.
To pant with eagerness; to show vehement desire.
The act of opening the mouth convulsively to catch the breath; a labored respiration; a painful catching of the breath.
lobal nalysis and pectral rognosis (or lobal nalysi and rediction). The medium range global numerical forecast model operated by the Bureau of Meteorology. GASP is run twice daily, with model output available around six hours after each run out to 7 days. GASP has a horizontal resolution of around 85 km and 29 vertical levels.
Keywords:  sie, jacques, cartier, king, canada
Gaspé is today the most important city in the Gaspésie region. That is where the explorer Jacques Cartier erected a cross in 1534, thus taking possession of Canada in the name of the King of France.
Any of several vendors in the graphics workflow, including but not limited to: Designers, Prepress, Printers, and ISPs.
Keywords:  utter, emit, forth
To emit or utter with gasps; -- with forth, out, away, etc.
GASP is a generic protocol encoder and decoder. It offers a complete scripting language which allows you to construct or analyze any packet of data based on abstract protocol definition. This version includes all the basics networking protocols , some protocols for archivers , and some multimedia protocols .