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Destiny (Gloria Estefan album)
Destiny is the seventh studio solo album released by American singer Gloria Estefan, but is the nineteenth of her career overall. It was released in 1996.-Album history:

Destiny (No Angels album)
Destiny is the fourth studio album by German pop group No Angels, released by Polydor Records and Universal Music Domestic on April 13, 2007

Destiny (Schiller song)
"Destiny" is a song by Schiller, with vocals by Despina Vandi. It is included on Schiller's gold album Sehnsucht. On February 22, 2008, "Sehnsucht" by German band Schiller was released in Germany by Sleepingroom, including many collaborations with international stars such as Despina Vandi with the song "Destiny" amongst them

Destiny (Shai album)
Destiny is the third studio album from American R&B group Shai, released on February 16, 1999 by Big Play Records.-Track listing:#"Destiny" – 5:14#*Featuring KRS-One#"Before I Go" – 3:54#"Zodiac" – 4:52#"He's Doing You Wrong" – 4:24

Destra
Destra may refer to:*Destra Garcia, singer and songwriter from Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean*Destra Corporation, an Australian company*La Destra , a conservative Italian political party

Destriero
Destriero is a long, wide, 400 ton displacement, yacht, rumoured to belong to the Aga Khan.The yacht was originally fitted with three GE LM1600 gas turbines, providing it with a maximum speed of 110 km/h and raced for the Blue Riband award in 1992, but was denied it, because Destriero was classed as a "private yacht" and not a "commercial passenger

Destroy
Destroy may refer to:* Destroy , Matter is not created and not destroyed.* Destroy , a 2004 album by Ektomorf* Destroy!, a Minneapolis Crust punk band

Destroy (album)
Destroy is the 5th full length album by Hungarian Groove Metal band, Ektomorf.-Track listing:All songs composed and arranged by Zoltán Farkas.# "I Know Them" # "Destroy" # "Gypsy" # "No Compromise"

Destroyed
Destroyed is the first full length studio album by punk band Sloppy Seconds. It was released in 1989 on Toxic Shock records. The album cover is a parody of the Kiss album Destroyer from 1976.-Track listing:#"I Don't Wanna Be A Homosexual"

Destroyer
In naval terminology, a destroyer is a fast and maneuverable yet long-endurance warship intended to escort larger vessels in a fleet, convoy or battle group and defend them against smaller, powerful, short-range attackers. Destroyers, originally called torpedo-boat destroyers in 1892, evolved from the response of navies to the threat posed by the torpedo boat

Destroyer (computer game)
Destroyer is a naval combat simulation computer game released by Epyx in 1986. It was released on several platforms, including the Amiga, Apple II, Apple IIGS, Commodore 64, and IBM-compatible PCs.-Description:

Destroyer (dice game)
Destroyer is a dice game played with two or more players. There are 5 dice. The object of the game is to get a 6, 5, 4 and have the remaining 2 dice add up to the highest score. When rolling you roll all 5 dice at the same time. You have to get a 6 first, then a 5, then a 4

Destroyer (Gorgoroth album)
- Personnel :*Ares - bass *Daimonion - synth *Frost - drums *Gaahl - vocals *Infernus - guitars , bass , vocals , drums

Destroyer (Static-X song)
"Destroyer" is a song by industrial metal band Static-X and the second single from their album Cannibal. The song was released digitally on 13 February 2007. On the U.S. weekly Mainstream Rock chart, it peaked at number 23.

Destroyer (The Kinks song)
"Destroyer" is a song by British rock band The Kinks, written by Ray Davies. It was released as a track on the group's nineteenth album, Give the People What They Want, in August 1981, and was the album's lead single in the US

Destroying angel
The name destroying angel applies to several similar, closely related species of deadly all-white mushrooms in the genus Amanita. They are Amanita bisporigera and A. ocreata in eastern and western North America, and A. virosa in Europe. Another very similar species, A. verna or fool's mushroom was first described in France.Closely related to the death cap The name destroying angel applies to several similar, closely related species of deadly all-white mushrooms in the genus Amanita. They are Amanita bisporigera and A. ocreata in eastern and western North America, and A. virosa in Europe. Another very similar species, A. verna or fool's mushroom was first described in France.Closely related to the death cap The name destroying angel applies to several similar, closely related species of deadly all-white mushrooms in the genus Amanita. They are Amanita bisporigera and A. ocreata in eastern and western North America, and A. virosa in Europe. Another very similar species, A. verna or fool's mushroom was first described in France.Closely related to the death cap (A

Destroying Angel
Destroying angel is a name applied to several similar, closely related species of deadly species of Amanita mushrooms.Destroying angel may also refer to:* Destroying angel , in various passages

Destroying Angel (Midsomer Murders episode)
Destroying Angel is the second episode of the fourth series of Midsomer Murders and the fifteenth episode overall. It stars John Nettles as Detective Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby and Daniel Casey as Detective Sergeant Gavin Troy.- Plot :

Destruction
Destruction may refer to:* Destruction Bay, Yukon, Canada* Destruction , a German thrash metal band* Destruction , one of the Endless in Neil Gaiman's comic book series The Sandman

Destruction (film)
Destruction is a 1915 silent drama film directed by Will S. Davis and starring Theda Bara. The film is now considered to be lost.-Cast:* Theda Bara - Fernade* J. Herbert Frank - Dave Walker* James A. Furey - John Froment* Gaston Bell - John Froment II

Destructive distillation
Destructive distillation is the chemical process involving the decomposition of feedstock by heating to a high temperature; the term generally applies to processing of organic material in the absence of air or in the presence of limited amounts of oxygen or other reagents, catalysts, or solvents, such as steam or phenols

Desu
Desu can mean:* A Japanese copula , or word used to grammatically link a subject and predicate, often translated into English using the verb "to be"; see Copula #Japanese* An abbreviation for Delaware State University

Desuetude
In law, desuetude is a doctrine that causes statutes, similar legislation or legal principles to lapse and become unenforceable by a long habit of non-enforcement or lapse of time. It is what happens to laws that are not repealed when they become obsolete

Detachment
Detachment, also expressed as non-attachment, is a state in which a person overcomes his or her attachment to desire for things, people or concepts of the world and thus attains a heightened perspective.-Importance of the term:

Detail
Detail or details may refer to:* Complexity or simply presence of a surface texture, work of art, or organizational behaviours* Level of detail, a 3D computer graphics term* Auto detailing, the process of thoroughly cleaning a car

DETAIL (professional journal)
DETAIL is the international professional journal for architecture and construction details produced by Detail publishers. Each issue deals with a specific aspect of building, such as concrete construction, roof structures or refurbishment, whereby emphasis is placed on the quality of the building details

Dete
Dete is a small railway re-crewing depot and village on the Bulawayo-Hwange-Victoria Falls railway line in Zimbabwe, approximately north of Bulawayo and south of Hwange, lying within the Hwange National Park.-Features:

Detective
A detective is an investigator, either a member of a police agency or a private person. The latter may be known as private investigators or "private eyes"

Detective (band)
Detective was an American/English rock band that toured and recorded in the late 1970s. Detective consisted of vocalist Michael Des Barres, guitarist Michael Monarch, bassist Bobby Pickett, ex-Yes organist Tony Kaye, and drummer Jon Hyde

Detector (Norwegian film)
Detector is a Norwegian film from 2000 directed by Pål Jackman from a screenplay by Erlend Loe. It was one of the greatest domestic movie successes in Norway for many years, and is considered to be the start of the Norwegian cinemas bloom that occurred in the 2000's.

Detent
Detent is the term for a method, as well as the actual device, used to mechanically resist or arrest the rotation of a wheel, axle or spindle.

Detente (band)
Detente is a thrash metal band founded in 1984 in Los Angeles, California. The group's original line-up included Dawn Crosby on vocals, Steve Hochheiser on bass, Dennis Butler on drums and Ross Robinson and Caleb Quinn on guitars,.-History:

Detention
Detention may refer to:*Detention *Detention *Detention, a form of punishment used in schools*"Detention" , Episode 58 of the CBS TV drama Cold Case

Detention (2003 film)
Detention is a 2003 action film directed by Sidney J. Furie. It stars Dolph Lundgren as a soon to be retired high school teacher Sam Decker who has one last detention to proctor and Alex Karzis as Chester Lamb. Unfortunately, drug runners have chosen to attack the school

Detention (imprisonment)
Detention is the process when a state, government or citizen lawfully holds a person by removing their freedom of liberty at that time. This can be due to criminal charges being raised against the individual as part of a prosecution or to protect a person or property

Detention (TV series)
Detention is a cartoon that premiered on Kids' WB! on September 10, 1999 and was created by Bob Doucette . This is one of the shortest lived programs by Warner Bros

Deterioration
Deterioration is a term now commonly used in health care, to describe worsening of a patient's condition. It is often used as a shortened form of 'deterioration not recognised or not acted upon'. Much work to reduce harm from deterioration has been undertaken by the National Patient Safety Agency

Determinant
In linear algebra, the determinant is a value associated with a square matrix. It can be computed from the entries of the matrix by a specific arithmetic expression, while other ways to determine its value exist as well

Determination
Determination may refer to:* Determination , 2001* Determination , 1992* Cell fate determination* Co-determination* Coefficient of determination* Expert determination* Hidden surface determination

Determination (Tommy Emmanuel album)
Determination is an album by Australian musician Tommy Emmanuel.It was re-released by Sony International along with Terra Firma in 2004.-Track listing:#"Who Dares Wins"#"Mountain of Truth"#"Determination"#"'Cross the Nullabor"#"Initiation"

Determine
Determine , was a multiple stakes winning American Thoroughbred race horse. By Alibhai . Determine's dam was Koubis, born with a cleft palate. Her breeder, Dr

Determined (song)
"Determined" is the first single from Mudvayne's third studio album, Lost and Found.-Music video:The music video for "Determined" shows the band playing the song in front of a large group of moshing fans.-History:

Determiner
Determiner may refer to:* Determiner , a class of words including articles and demonstratives within the noun phrase* Determiner phrase, a phrase headed by a determiner* Determinative, sometimes called determiners-See also:

Determiner (class)
A determiner is a noun-modifier that expresses the reference of a noun or noun-phrase in the context, rather than attributes expressed by adjectives

Determiner (class)
A determiner is a noun-modifier that expresses the reference of a noun or noun-phrase in the context, rather than attributes expressed by adjectives

Deterrence
Deterrence may refer to:* Deterrence theory, a theory of war, especially regarding nuclear weapons* Deterrence , a theory of justice* Deterrence , a psychological theory

Deters
The German family name "Deters" is of patronymic origin, meaning it was inspired by the father of the initial bearer. In this instance it means "Son of Deter", the latter being a short for of the old Germanic name "Diethard" which was derived from Old High German words "Diot", meaning "people", and "Harbi" meaning "hard" or Tough".Early references to the surname "Deters" include a record of

Detonation
Detonation involves a supersonic exothermic front accelerating through a medium that eventually drives a shock front propagating directly in front of it. Detonations are observed in both conventional solid and liquid explosives, as well as in reactive gases

Detonator (EP)
- Track listing :# "Prima" - 0:53# "Die Is Cast" - 5:11# "Dreams" - 3:56# "Impaled" - 4:10# "Under The Blade" - 3:55# "Hypocratic Oath" - 3:36# "Blitzkrieg" - 5:56# "Ground Zero" - 4:12

Detonator (Ride)
Detonator is a tower ride at Thorpe Park in Chertsey, Surrey, England. It was manufactured by Fabbri and is a 'Mega Drop Tower'. It opened in 2001 along with two other 'flat' rides, Vortex and Zodiac. It is around and is not released via a computer. The ride operator at the bottom has a button which he/she can press to make the car go at any time once the car has reached the top

Detour
Detour may refer to:* Detour, a temporary routing to avoid an obstruction-Entertainment:Literature* Detour , a 1939 novel* Detour , an entertainment and fashion magazine published by the Detour Media GroupFilm and television

Detour
A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site.Standard operating procedure for many road departments is to route any detour over roads within the same jurisdiction as the road with the obstructed area.On multi-lane highways A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site.Standard operating procedure for many road departments is to route any detour over roads within the same jurisdiction as the road with the obstructed area.On multi-lane highways A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site.Standard operating procedure for many road departments is to route any detour over roads within the same jurisdiction as the road with the obstructed area.On multi-lane highways (e.g

Detour (road)
A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site.Standard operating procedure for many road departments is to route any detour over roads within the same jurisdiction as the road with the obstructed area.On multi-lane highways A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site.Standard operating procedure for many road departments is to route any detour over roads within the same jurisdiction as the road with the obstructed area.On multi-lane highways A detour or diversion route is a route around a planned area of prohibited or reduced access, such as a construction site.Standard operating procedure for many road departments is to route any detour over roads within the same jurisdiction as the road with the obstructed area.On multi-lane highways (e.g

Detours
Detours has been praised by music critics and her fans, scoring a 75 on the website Metacritic. Many deem this album as marking Crow's return to prominence, linking the tracks to her original sound as heard on The Globe Sessions.-Track listing:

Detox
Detoxification is the physiological or medicinal removal of toxic substances from a living organism, including, but not limited to, the human body and additionally can refer to the period of withdrawal during which an organism returns to homeostasis after long-term use of an addictive substance

Detox
Detox may refer to:* Detoxification, the process, real or perceived, of removing toxins from the body.* Drug detoxification, processes to reduce or relieve withdrawal symptoms in drug addicted individuals.

Detox (House)
"Detox" is the eleventh episode of the first season of House, which premiered on the Fox network on February 15, 2005. The episode marks the first of repeated storylines in which the condition Lupus is suggested but ruled out.-Plot:

Detox (Millencolin Single)
"Detox" is a song by the Swedish punk rock band Millencolin from the album Machine 15. It was released as a single on March 28, 2008, by Burning Heart Records.-Track listing:CD single#"Detox"#"Machine 15" #"Farewell My Hell"

Detraction
The dictionary definition of detraction is "discrediting or detracting from someone's reputation ".-Catholic usage:In Roman Catholic theology detraction is the sin of revealing previously unknown faults or sins of another person to a third person; the sin is mortal unless there is little hurt, when it is venial

Detriment
In astrology, a celestial body is said to be in detriment, or exile, when it is posited in the zodiac sign opposite the sign it rules . When a celestial body is in detriment it is said to be not comfortable in that sign and to tend to operate with the least strength.The sign detriments are as

Detritus
Detritus is a biological term used to describe dead or waste organic material.Detritus may also refer to:* Detritus , a geological term used to describe the particles of rock produced by weathering

Detroit (Amtrak station)
Detroit is an Amtrak station located in the New Center area of Detroit, Michigan. It is served by the . The station was built in 1994 as a replacement for the former Michigan Central Station, which closed in 1988

Detroit (band)
Detroit was a rock group formed by Mitch Ryder as a successor to his Detroit Wheels in 1970. The only original Wheel in the group was drummer John Badanjek; other members were guitarists Steve Hunter and Brett Tuggle, organist Harry Phillips, and bassist W.R. Cooke. A single album was released by this grouping, a 1971 self-titled LP issued on Paramount Records

Detroit (computer game)
Detroit is a turn-based business simulation game that puts one in charge of a fledgling automobile company starting in 1908 . The player is responsible for the financing, research and development, design, testing, production, and marketing of automobile product lines

Detroit (disambiguation)
Detroit is a city in Michigan, United States.Detroit may also refer to:- Communities :United States* Detroit, Alabama* Detroit, Illinois* Detroit, Kansas* Detroit, Maine* Detroit, Oregon* Detroit, Texas* Detroit Beach, Michigan

Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester
Guy Carleton, 1st Baron Dorchester, KB , known between 1776 and 1786 as Sir Guy Carleton, was an Irish-British soldier and administrator

Guy de Maupassant
Henri René Albert Guy de Maupassant was a popular 19th-century French writer, considered one of the fathers of the modern short story and one of the form's finest exponents.

Guy de Montfort, Count of Nola
Guy de Montfort, Count of Nola was the son of Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester and Eleanor of England.He participated in the Battle of Evesham against the royalist forces of his uncle, King Henry III of England, and his cousin, Prince Edward

Guy Debord
Guy Ernest Debord was a French Marxist theorist, writer, filmmaker, member of the Letterist International, founder of a Letterist faction, and founding member of the Situationist International . He was also briefly a member of Socialisme ou Barbarie.-Early Life:Guy Debord was born in Paris in 1931

Guy Fieri
Guy Fieri is an American restaurateur, author, television personality, and game show host. He co-owns five restaurants in California and is widely known for his television series on the Food Network.

Guy Gibson
Wing Commander Guy Penrose Gibson VC, DSO & Bar, DFC & Bar, RAF , was the first CO of the Royal Air Force's 617 Squadron, which he led in the "Dam Busters" raid in 1943, resulting in the destruction of two large dams in the Ruhr area

Guy Lafleur
Guy Damien "The Flower" / "Le Démon Blond" Lafleur, OC, CQ is a former Canadian professional ice hockey player who is widely regarded as one of the most naturally gifted and popular players ever to play professional ice hockey

Guy Mitchell
Guy Mitchell, born Albert George Cernik, was an American pop singer, successful in his homeland, the U.K. and Australia

Guy Paul Morin
Guy Paul Morin is a Canadian who was wrongly convicted of the October 1984 rape and murder of his eight-year-old next-door neighbour, Christine Jessop of Queensville, Ontario. DNA testing led to a subsequent overturning of this verdict.

Guy R. Gregg
Guy R. Gregg is an American Republican Party politician, who served in the New Jersey General Assembly from 1992-2008, where he represented the 24th Legislative District

Guy Sebastian
Guy Theodore Sebastian is an Australian pop, R&B, and soul singer-songwriter who was the first winner of Australian Idol in 2003. He is currently a judge on the Australian version of The X Factor. Sebastian has released six top ten platinum/multi platinum albums, including a number-one and number-two

Guy-wire
A guy-wire or guy-rope, also known as simply a guy, is a tensioned cable designed to add stability to structures . One end of the cable is attached to the structure, and the other is anchored to the ground at a distance from the structure's base

Guyana
Guyana , officially the Co-operative Republic of Guyana, previously the colony of British Guiana, is a sovereign state on the northern coast of South America that is culturally part of the Anglophone Caribbean. Guyana was a former colony of the Dutch and of the British

Guzheng
The guzheng or "gu zheng", also called zheng is a Chinese plucked zither. It has 18-23 or more strings and movable bridges.

GvSIG
gvSIG is a geographic information system , that is, a desktop application designed for capturing, storing, handling, analyzing and deploying any kind of referenced geographic information in order to solve complex management and planning problems. gvSIG is known for having a user-friendly interface, being able to access the most common formats, both vector and raster ones

GW-BASIC
GW-BASIC was a dialect of the programming language BASIC developed by Microsoft from BASICA, originally for Compaq. It is compatible with Microsoft/IBM BASICA, but was disk based and did not need the ROM BASIC. It was bundled with MS-DOS operating systems on IBM PC compatibles by Microsoft

Gwalia, Western Australia
Gwalia is a former gold-mining town located 233 kilometres north of Kalgoorlie and 828 kilometres east of Perth in Western Australia's Great Victoria Desert. Today, Gwalia is essentially a ghost town, having been largely deserted since the main source of employment, the Sons of Gwalia gold mine, shut down in 1963

Gwandu
Gwandu, also called Gando, is a town and emirate in Kebbi State, Nigeria. The seat of government for the emirate and district of this name is in Birnin Kebbi, which is the capital of Kebbi State and was capital of the historical Kingdom of Kebbi

Gwen John
Gwendolen Mary John was a Welsh artist who worked in France for most of her career. She is noted for her still lifes and for her portraits, especially of anonymous female sitters

GWR 4900 Class 4936 Kinlet Hall
The Great Western Railway steam locomotive no. 4936 Kinlet Hall is a 4-6-0 Hall class locomotive.-Operations:Built in June 1929 at Swindon Works, it was withdrawn from service with British Railways in 1964 and sold for scrap to Woodham Brothers scrapyard in Barry, South Wales.-Preservation:In 1981, it was bought by the Kinlet Hall Locomotive Company and moved to Peak Rail at

GWR 4900 Class 5972 Olton Hall
The steam locomotive no. 5972 "Olton Hall" is a 4-6-0 Hall class locomotive.In the 2000s the locomotive achieved fame after it was used to haul the "Hogwarts Express" in the Harry Potter series of films.-Service:

GWR 5700 Class
The Great Western Railway 5700 Class is a class of 0-6-0 pannier tank steam locomotive, built between 1929 and 1950. 863 were built, making them the second most-produced British class of steam locomotive.- Overview :

GWR 6000 Class 6024 King Edward I
Great Western Railway 6000 Class 6024 King Edward I is a preserved steam locomotive.The locomotive was built at GWR's Swindon Works in June 1930. For most of its working life it was allocated to Plymouth Laira MPD. Transferred to Old Oak Common MPD, London, in March 1959, and finally to Cardiff Canton TMD in 1962

GWR railcars
In 1933, the Great Western Railway introduced the first of what was to become a very successful series of railcars, which survived in regular use into the 1960s, when they were replaced with the new British Rail "first generation" type diesel multiple units.

Gwydir Highway
The Gwydir Highway is a 567 kilometre highway in northern New South Wales, Australia. It was named after the Gwydir River, which in turn was named for a locale in Wales.

Gwynedd Council
Gwynedd Council is the governing body for the principal area of Gwynedd, one of the subdivisions of Wales within the United Kingdom.- Creation of the Authority :

Gym
The word γυμνάσιον was used in Ancient Greece, that mean a locality for both physical and intellectual education of young men

Gym Class Heroes
Gym Class Heroes is an American hip hop rock band from Geneva, New York. They have collaborated with Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump on numerous occasions, notably for providing backing vocals on the song "Cupid's Chokehold." Stump also produced the majority of their album The Quilt.The group formed when Travie McCoy met drummer Matt McGinley in high school and decided to form a band

Gymnasium (ancient Greece)
The gymnasium in ancient Greece functioned as a training facility for competitors in public games. It was also a place for socializing and engaging in intellectual pursuits. The name comes from the Ancient Greek term gymnós meaning "naked". Athletes competed in the nude, a practice said to encourage aesthetic appreciation of the male body and a tribute to the gods

Gynaecology
Gynaecology or gynecology is the medical practice dealing with the health of the female reproductive system . Literally, outside medicine, it means "the science of women"

Gynecologic ultrasonography
Gynecologic ultrasonography or Gynecologic sonography refers to the application of medical ultrasonography to the female pelvic organs, specifically the uterus, the ovaries, the Fallopian tubes, as well as the bladder, the adnexa, the Pouch of Douglas, and any findings in the pelvis of relevance outside of pregnancy.-Routes:The examination can be performed transabdominally,

Gynecomastia
Gynecomastia or Gynaecomastia, , is the abnormal development of large mammary glands in males resulting in breast enlargement. The term comes from the Greek γυνή gyné meaning "woman" and μαστός mastós meaning "breast"

Gypsum
Gypsum is a very soft sulfate mineral composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate, with the chemical formula CaSO4·2H2O. It is found in alabaster, a decorative stone used in Ancient Egypt. It is the second softest mineral on the Mohs Hardness Scale

Gypsy
-Ethnic groups:* Romani people, a group widely dispersed throughout Europe* Dom people, an Indo-Aryan group** Lyuli, a Dom subgroup from Central Asia* Lom people, a group from East Anatolia and Armenia* Banjara, a group from India* Irish Travellers

Gypsy (calypsonian)
Winston Edward Peters, also known by his sobriquet Gypsy is a Trinidad and Tobago calypsonian and politician and currently serves as that country's Minister of the Arts and Multiculturalism.

Gypsy moth
The gypsy moth, Lymantria dispar, is a moth in the family Lymantriidae of Eurasian origin. Originally ranging from Europe to Asia, it was introduced to North America in the late 1860s and has been expanding its range ever since

Gyrated tetrahedral-octahedral honeycomb
The gyrated tetrahedral-octahedral honeycomb or gyrated alternated cubic honeycomb is a space-filling tessellation in Euclidean 3-space made up of octahedra and tetrahedra in a ratio of 1:2.

Gyro gunsight
A gyro gunsight is a modification of the non-magnifying reflector sight in which target lead and bullet drop are allowed for automatically, the sight incorporating a gyroscopic mechanism that computes the necessary deflections required to ensure a hit on the target

Gyrocompass
A gyrocompass­ is a type of non-magnetic compass which bases on a fast-spinning disc and rotation of our planet to automatically find geographical direction

Gyromitra
Gyromitra is a genus of ascomycete mushrooms found in the northern hemisphere. The most famous member is the controversial false morel

Gyroscope
A gyroscope is a device for measuring or maintaining orientation, based on the principles of angular momentum. In essence, a mechanical gyroscope is a spinning wheel or disk whose axle is free to take any orientation

Gyrotron
Gyrotrons are high powered vacuum tubes which emit millimeter-wave beams by bunching electrons with cyclotron motion in a strong magnetic field. Output frequencies range from about 20 to 250 GHz, covering wavelengths from microwave to the edge of the terahertz gap. Typical output powers range from tens of kilowatts to 1-2 megawatts