gramme gramme


  • (n) a metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram


gm, gram


  • DR Congo's displaced families at risk as food aid dries up

    Mugunga (DR Congo) (AFP) - Some of the most haunting victims of the two decades of conflict ravaging eastern Democratic Republic of Congo are the starving children -- and with the World Food Programme struggling to fund its operations here, their fate looks likely to get worse.
    on October 17, 2013     Source: AFP via Yahoo! News


  1. "However, and despite the modifications to the original legislative proposal, the penalty of € 95 per excess gramme of CO2 remains extremely high compared to the price of CO2 in other sectors", added Streiff.
    on Dec 17, 2008 By: Christian Streiff Source: Autochannel (press release)

  2. "The level of support totalling $23 billion within a month raises serious questions," said Davies on Monday. "A monetary pro-gramme could not have anticipated $23 billion. There are some serious issues, and it raises questions on the weak...
    on Jan 5, 2010 By: Omar Davies Source: Jamaica Gleaner

  3. "But in the off-season last year, during Cricket South Africa's high-performance pro gramme, he spoke in one session with conviction about how he had taken responsibility for himself and his career. He was tired of being the butt of jokes about...
    on Jan 11, 2009 By: Eric Simons Source: Independent Online

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