GOAT

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AcronymDefinition
GOATGreatest of All Time (LL Cool J music album)
GOATGraphics Optical Analysis and Translation
GOATGreatest of All Time
GOATGovernment Owned Alien Territory (Lady Gaga)
GOATGalveston Orientation and Amnesia Test
GOATGet Our Act Together
GOATGovernment of All the Talents (Gordon Brown's first administration)
GOATGod of All Things
GOATGone On A Trip
GOATGo Away Troll
GOATGeneralized Occupational Aptitude Test (gaming)
GOATGene Ontology Annotation Tool
GOATGoes Over All Terrain (vehicle)
GOATGlossary of Acronyms and Terms
GOATGap/Overlap Analysis Tool
GOATGrouped Optimal Aggregation Technique
GOATGuru Of All Trades
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ABOLORE Akande popularly known as 9ice has announced his new album titled 'GOAT', greatest of all time.
Furthermore, if he was the greatest of all time, why bother to watch the sport now?
I believe this rivalry belongs with the greatest of all time, not for its longevity but for its high-octane intensity.
Nicola Adams, the world's first female boxing champion, added: "Prayers go out to boxing's greatest of all time and an inspiration to me and so many people.
NOVAK DJOKOVIC has risen to join the gods of tennis and will never give up on his desire to become the greatest of all time.
The event was the second visit to Middlesbrough in a year for the US fighter, widely seen as one of the greatest of all time.
Sampras, before the emergence of Federer, was heralded as the greatest of all time.
I think you would have to equal Hendry's record to be classified as the greatest of all time.
Harold Ramis, one of the great comedic geniuses of my generation and arguably one of the greatest of all time - passed away recently.
Manila, Sept 3 ( ANI ): American tennis player Serena Williams, who recently entered the second week of the US Open tennis tournament, has said that unless she wins the most major championships, she cannot be considered the greatest of all time.
He's the greatest of all time and I'm delighted that he's told me he'll be coming.
While now widely acknowledged as the greatest of all time, Sir Henry Cecil's colt would not even have beaten the previous marker had Dancing Brave's 141 in 1986 not been reduced to 138.
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