What is Ge?

  • (noun): (Greek mythology) goddess of the earth and mother of Cronus and the Titans in ancient mythology.
    Synonyms: Gaea, Gaia
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on ge:

Juliana Of Liège - Biography
... and her twin sister Agnes were born in the village of Retinnes in the Prince-Bishopric of Liège ... hospice at Mont-Cornillon, right outside of Liège ... Juliana had great veneration for the Eucharist (as did many of the women of Liège) and longed for a special feast day in its honor ...
Herfølge Boldklub
... in Herfølge, a southern suburb of Køge in the eastern part of Zealand ... In 2009, the club shared it's licence, and merged it's professional football with Køge BK to form HB Køge ...
R30A (New York City Subway Car)
... They were a continuation of the R27 R30 style, First cars to feature the new GE SCM controllers, whereas the other GE R30's (8250-8351) were equipped with the older GE MCM ...
Carousel Of Progress - History - Magic Kingdom
... The old screens had stretched from one wall to the other, with the giant GE logo in the center ... the screens after 1973, so silver curtains with the GE logo in the center took their place in both the load and unload theaters with different colored lights shining on them ... GE asked the Shermans to write a new song because they did not want their customers to wait for a "great big beautiful tomorrow" GE wanted them to buy appliances today, so a song ...
GE Inspira
... GE Inspira is a typeface developed by Michael Abbink around 2002 for the new visual identity system of the General Electric Company ... Since it is a proprietary typeface of GE, not much is known about it ... According to the GE Brand Manual, the typeface is at the forefront of GE's brand expression and is recognized as being "Clear, Precise, and Modern" ...

More definitions of "Ge":

  • (noun): A brittle gray crystalline element that is a semiconducting metalloid (resembling silicon) used in transistors; occurs in germanite and argyrodite.
    Synonyms: germanium, atomic number 32