Set in sturdy fibre-reincorced plastic, these have been given a marble dust coating for a stony feel and are touched-up by German silver foil.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for German Silver (rabbit breed)
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We have 113 other meanings of GS in our Acronym Attic
- Geochemical Society
- Geological Survey
- Geomagnetic Field
- Geometer's Sketchpad (education)
- Geopathic Stress (alleged illness caused by electromagnetivity)
- George School (Pennsylvania)
- George Strait (country music artist)
- Geprüfte Sicherheit (German: Proved Safety law)
- German Shepherd
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Of particular interest to WW readers, the invention and introduction of German Silver is described.
Ennis, 26, won gold with a total of 6,955 points, 306 more than German silver medallist Lilli Schwarzkopf.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] LEBEL BAYONETS [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] By the end of the war, five different variations of the Lebel bayonet were to be found in French inventories including (above, from top to bottom) Mle 1886 Lebel epee bayonet with German silver or maillechort grip, Mle 1886/16 simplified Lebel epee bayonet, also with maillechort grip, wartime simplified pattern eliminating the recurved quillion in order to reduce the manufacturing time and cost of each bayonet.
A German silver table bell is expected to raise from pounds 180 to pounds 240, while three French fans are put at pounds 150 to pounds 250, and two marble-topped Chinese tables of 1900 between pounds 200 and pounds 300.
Fellow Scot Ross Edgar claimed silver, with Chris Newton taking bronze behind German silver medallist Roger Kluge as SpainCOs Joan Llaneras reclaimed the points race crown he won in 2000.