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A dynamic variable as content of a glossary entry

Based on the macro defined here, I would like to use it to create a glossary with a variable in the description. Here is my MWE: \documentclass{article} \usepackage[utf8]{inputenc} ...
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Creating a simple list of symbols

Inspired by this great answer I tried to manually create a glossary-style environment for a simple list of symbols. Basically I wanted to create a command newsymbol that can be executed from anywhere ...
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\newcommand and name of command

I would like to automatically generate commands like \newcommand{\Air}{\gls{air}} \newcommand{\Earth}{\gls{earth}} ... to use with glossaries package, without using \newcommand for every entry of ...
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glossaries and REnewglossaryentry

I haven't found anywhere and I wonder is there or would it be very hard to provide a command \REnewglossaryentry[2] for the glossaries package. Name for the desired command is kinda self explanatory, ...
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Acronyms without double dots using glossaries

I want to typeset my acronyms with abbreviating dots with, for instance, P.C.A. standing for principal component analysis and use macros for them. This question provides a trick to avoid double dots ...
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Defining an abbreviated notation for referencing glossary entries

I have defined a command for adding a new symbol to the glossaries as follows: \newcommand{\NewSymb}[4]{ \newglossaryentry{#1}{ name=#2, description={\nopostdesc #3}, ...
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Adding symbols to glossary entry and limit to description field?

I used an answer provided by Geoffrey Jones regarding how to create a Lexicon of sorts (unmodified code): \documentclass{article} \newcommand*{\glossaryname}{Dictionary} ...