GOL


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AcronymDefinition
GOLGovernment Office for London
GOLGovernment of Liberia
GOLGlobal Online (Japan ISP)
GOLGovernment On-Line (Canada)
GOLGovernment of Lebanon
GOLGiggle Out Loud
GOLGuardians of Light (gaming organization)
GOLGone on Leave
GOLGirls out Late (Jacqueline Wilson book)
GOLGuffawing Out Loud
GOLGenertel Online
GOLGeneral Office Line of Sight (also seen as GOLOS)
GOLGerman Ordnance Level (Sea Level)
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FCF Trend Key for Financial Flexibility: Fitch expects GOL to reach positive FCF during 2017 driven by better operational performance, lower capex, some tax benefit, and lower working capital needs.
Influencia negativa: quando o goleiro linha estiver presente no time que sofreu o gol.
Section 7-103 of the GOL, which applies to both security deposits and prepaid rent, requires that, until repaid to the tenant or applied against a tenant's lease obligations, security deposits and prepaid rent be kept in a segregated account and not be commingled with "personal moneys" of the landlord.
GOL will also assume US$45 million of debentures issued by VRG.
Gol Finance Cayman has given formal notice to the holders of its 2020 Notes of its intention to redeem such 2020 Notes on or around March 7, 2018, in accordance with their terms and conditions.
A definicao de goleiro linha para Ganef e colaboradores (2009), e quando a equipe utiliza-se do goleiro fora de sua area de meta, trocando passes com jogadores de linha com o objetivo de obter superioridade numerica sobre o adversario para concluir ao gol.
BlackRock has acquired preferred shares issued by GOL and as of Friday the company held a total of 4,816,873 preferred shares and 1,971,046 American Depositary Receipts, representing preferred shares, equal to a total of 5.
Delta Air Lines (NYSE:DAL), a US-based airline company, has announced an agreement with GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligentes SA (Bovespa: GOLL4) (NYSE: GOL) (GOL), a Brazil-based low-cost airline.
In January, he launched Gol Transportes Aereos, the nation's first low-cost, low-fare airline modeled after Dallas-based Southwest Airlines and Britain's EasyJet.
CHICAGO -- Fitch Ratings has been following the recent developments in the Brazilian civil aviation crisis and their possible impact on the credit quality of the main Brazilian airline companies, GOL Linhas Aereas Inteligente S.