GOON


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AcronymDefinition
GOONGuardians of the Oglala Nation (70s vigilante group)
GOONGrand Order of Occidental Nighthawks (Batman)
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The Goon Lee Laundry at 608 Congress Street was located in a thirty-year-old brick building with a new front in good condition.
The Goon world was filled with eccentric characters boasting names like Ned Seagoon, Eccles, Bluebottle, Bloodnok, the Hon Hercules Grytpype-Thynne, Minnie Bannister, Henry Crun and Moriarty.
What it doesn't indicate is that The Goon is a beautifully drawn, perfectly executed thrill ride that remains fresh even after multiple re-readings.
But, much as they are missed, their work survives and anyone wanting a respite from today's fashion for the witless humour of cruelty and smut could do worse than seek out the repeats of the Goons shows on Radio 7.
In the current attachment system, grenade ammunition comes in a continuous link of 32 grenades, Goon said.
Let's switch letterjackets with them and put on the Goon uniforms.
Ford plays the decent Jack Stanfield, a computer security specialist targeted by a brainy, British goon (Paul Bettany, slumming) looking for a big payday.
The sale, in Kensington, London, on December 14, also features a collection of seven original Goon Show scripts from 1956 to 1957.
When traditional Oglalas resisted his attempt to seize their land, Wilson created a goon squad, paid with Bureau of Indian Affairs funds and largely composed of off-duty Bureau cops.
According to the victim, the incident took place on Sunday night when she went out with her friends for dinner and were confronted by a local goon, Shihab.
Mr Goon, who had previously worked at regional development agency One NorthEast as head of business investment, said he would work with Sarah Robson and Ian Thompson, Durham County Council's head of economic development and corporate director, on ensuring a smooth transition at his organisation.