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GATESGlobal Air Transportation Execution System (US Air Force Air Mobility Command)
GATESGlobal Access to Educational Sources (Internet directory)
GATESGifted and Talented Educational Services (various schools)
GATESGCCS-M and TBMCS Engineering Symposium
GATESGeorgia Association of Training, Employment and Supports
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As they passed the gates, the French officers, who had learned their rank, bowed often and low, forbearing, however, to intrude those attentions which they saw, with peculiar tact, might not be agreeable.
The next morning the old horse was found without his saddle, and with the bridle under his feet, soberly cropping the grass at his master's gate.
and she ran in at the seminary gate, and disappeared with a farewell wave of her hand.
I immediately started for home; and upon entering the yard gate, out came Mr.
I leaned against a gate, and looked into an empty field where no sheep were feeding, where the short grass was nipped and blanched.
But, when she was gone, I looked about me for a place to hide my face in, and got behind one of the gates in the brewery-lane, and leaned my sleeve against the wall there, and leaned my forehead on it and cried.
And with the wand of ivory she pointed to the gates of ivory, through which came light and laughter, and with the wand of ebony she pointed to the gates of coal, through which came blackness and groans.
Along the highway they fell in with many other bold fellows from the countryside, going with their ruddy-cheeked lasses toward the wide-open gates of Nottingham.
Hither he drove and found the gates with their doors opened wide, and the great bar down--for the gatemen kept them open so as to let those of their comrades enter who might be flying towards the ships.
I am the Guardian of the Gates, and since you demand to see the Great Oz I must take you to his Palace.
Along the tedious length of Benvill Lane she began to grow tired, and she leant upon gates and paused by milestones.
The gates and shops were all closed, only here and there round the taverns solitary shouts or drunken songs could be heard.