That's where Omega's new starting blocks and electronic gun come into play and can be the difference between victory and death for athletes.
What does E-GUN stand for?
E-GUN stands for Electronic Gun
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
- Electronic Games for Education in Math and Science
- Estimates of Glomerular Filtration Rate
- Eosinophilic Inflammation
- e-Government Interoperability Framework (UK government initiative launched September 2000)
- Effective Governance of Open Spatial Data (EU)
- Electronic Government Ordering System (NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center)
- Electronic Government
- Enhanced Global Positioning System
- Emissions and Generation Resource Integrated Database
- Enhanced GPRS Support Node
- Electronic Headquarters for the Acquisition of War Knowledge
- Electronic Hotel Operations and Reservation System (software; Malaysia)
- Execution Hour (JCS operations)
- Electronic Human Resource Management
- Holonomic and Universal Broker Services (collaborative engineering web platform; est. 2002; various locations)
- Engineering and/or Installation
- Early Infantry Brigade Combat Team (US Army)
- Expanded International Military Education and Training
- Engineer in Chief
- Enhanced Potency Inactivated Poliovirus Vaccine
Samples in periodicals archive:
DON'T FORGET ABOUT UPDATING YOUR ELECTRONIC GUN CARD
The electronic guns can either shoot two barbs into the body to deliver the charge, or be operated in close contact in `stun mode'.
This set (pictured) includes an electronic gun for measuring the speed of spot kicks - and fans are to get the chance to prove they are the hottest shot in town
Last week, West Midlands Police announced that its firearms officerswould be equipped with the electronic guns, which stun crooks with 50,000 volts of electricity.
According to ZDNet News, the National Institute of Justice is teaming up with Metal Storm, an electronic gun maker, to study how a firearm could be designed to determine whether the person holding it should be allowed to fire it.
The next tongue twister we had to contend with was InfiniFocus HD CRTs, which turned out to refer to the much-evolved cathode ray tube that, with its longer neck, higher-performance scan velocity modulation, and improved electronic gun, runs rings around standard tubes.