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Definition of Gaba

  • an amino acid that is found in the central nervous system; acts as an inhibitory neurotransmitter

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Slowly through the night of April 24th our squadron, which was to land the covering forces of the Australian contingent just north of Gaba Tepe, steamed towards its destination....
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This ridge under which the landing was made, stretches due north from Gaba Tepe, and culminates in the height of Coja Chemen, which rises 950 feet above the sea level.
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As soon as the light became good, the Turks enfiladed the beach with two field guns from Gaba Tepe, and with two others from the north....
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Later in the day the two guns to the north were silenced ... and a cruiser moving in close to the shore, so plastered Gaba Tepe with a hail of shell that the guns there were also silenced and have not attempted to reply since.
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The Australian and New Zealand contingent disembarked north of Gaba Tepe.
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While the Australians and New Zealanders, or Anzacs as they are now generally known from the initials of the words Australian-New Zealand Army Corps, were fighting so gallantly at Gaba Tepe, the British troops were landing at the southern end of the Gallipoli Peninsula.
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The men of Ramah and Gaba, six hundred twenty and one.
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Examples of Gaba

Example #1
At 1 a.m. the ships arrived off their appointed rendezvous, five miles from the landing-place, and stopped.
Example #2
The soldiers were aroused from their slumbers, and were served with a last hot meal.
Example #3
The whole forms part of a confused triangle of hills, valleys, ridges, and bluffs which stretches right across the Gallipoli Peninsula to the Bay of Bassi Liman, above the Narrows.
Example #4
They lost some men but did not worry, and in less than a quarter of an hour the Turks were out of their second position, either bayoneted or in full flight.
Example #5
In vain did the warships endeavour to put them out of action with their secondary armament.
Example #6
The enemy's artillery fire, however, presented a very difficult problem.