GOALS


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AcronymDefinition
GOALSGeneral(ized) Officer Assignment On-Line System
GOALSGlobal Ocean-Atmosphere-Land-System (WCRP)
GOALSGlobal Online Adventure Learning Site
GOALSGovernment On-Line Accounting Link System (US Dept of Treasury)
GOALSGo Out And Learn Something
GOALSGreater Orlando Area Legal Services
GOALSGovernment Out of Area Line Service (UK)
GOALSGodly Objectives Assure Lasting Success
GOALSGo Onward Always Learning Something
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are the cries; and all stray balls are impounded by the authorities, and the whole mass of boys moves up towards the two goals, dividing as they go into three bodies.
As the two forged ahead toward their goal they were startled by a volley of shots ahead of them.
After having steadily traversed that long journey, overcome a hundred obstacles, braved many dangers, and still found time to do some good on his way, to fail near the goal by a sudden event which he could not have foreseen, and against which he was unarmed; it was terrible
On such a night How many tireless travellers may attain The happy goal of their desire
And who knows (there is no saying with certainty), perhaps the only goal on earth to which mankind is striving lies in this incessant process of attaining, in other words, in life itself, and not in the thing to be attained, which must always be expressed as a formula, as positive as twice two makes four, and such positiveness is not life, gentlemen, but is the beginning of death.
Because men are seen, in affairs that lead to the end which every man has before him, namely, glory and riches, to get there by various methods; one with caution, another with haste; one by force, another by skill; one by patience, another by its opposite; and each one succeeds in reaching the goal by a different method.
Thus, to take a long and circuitous route, after enticing the enemy out of the way, and though starting after him, to contrive to reach the goal before him, shows knowledge of the artifice of DEVIATION.
Clarence in goal was the nearest approach to an india-rubber acrobat and society contortionist to be seen off the music-hall stage.
It is a horrid avenue to our goal, but it is the only one.
The pilgrims took what was left of the hallowed ruin, and we pressed on toward the goal of our crusade, renowned Jerusalem.
At the close of such a journey, after having surmounted so many obstacles, and at the moment of touching the goal, one's fears are more vivid, one's emotions keener.
I do not know what infinite yearning possesses you, so that you are driven to a perilous, lonely search for some goal where you expect to find a final release from the spirit that torments you.