Ms Thomas said: "Despite the general merits of a charging cap, I have some reservations about whether I would want to introduce here the particular form of cap the UK Government intends to introduce in England.
What does GM stand for?
GM stands for General Merit
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- Gastric Mucosa (stomach)
- General Magistrate (Florida law)
- General Maintenance Aptitude Area
- General Major (German)
- General Manager
- General Market
- General Mayhem (game)
- General Meeting (various organizations)
- General Merchandise
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Everything he's done for this Olympics and sport in general merits a call-up to Team GB.
While I have tremendous sympathy with anyone who is ill, the court accepted arguments that the general merits of the claims were extremely weak and said that the claimants had produced no evidence to link illnesses with attendance at the nuclear tests.
If endowed funds will be used to replace general merit awards offered to incoming students, students should be notified in the offer letter of such.
She passed the All India Pre Medical Test (AIPMT) an entrance exam conducted by CBSE board for medical admission by securing 514th rank in general merit and 517 over all.
Candidates' patriotism and fealty can be quickly ascertained by probing their knowledge of Coach's Corner and the general merits of duct tape.
Scalia disagreed with the majority and was joined by Stevens in stating: "Whatever the general merits of the view that war silences law or modulates its voice, that view has no place in the interpretation and application of a constitution designed precisely to confront war and, in a manner that accords with democratic principles, to accommodate it.