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AcronymDefinition
GOOGrand Ole Opry (Nashville, TN, USA)
GOOGuardians of Order
GOOGreat Old Ones
GOOGastric Outlet Obstruction
GOOGet Oil Out (California organization opposed to oil drilling in Santa Barbara Channel)
GOOGulf Of Oman
GOOGold Oil PLC (stock symbol)
GOOGemeenschappelijke Onderwerps-Ontsluiting
GOOGod of Obelisk (Japanese Yu-Gi-Oh! card)
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The Macy's Day Parade coverage just referred to The Goo Goo Dolls as a "classic rock band" and a Metamucil appeared in my hand," another tweeted.
In 1990, Goo joined The Nikkei Weekly, an internationally-circulated English-language publication covering the Japanese economy.
For those of you who don't know, the Goo Goo Dolls first appeared in the mid-80s as a somewhat punk rock band but that all changed in the 90s.
John Rzeznik has been honoured with the Songwriters Hall of Fame Hal David Starlight Award and most recently Goo Goo Dolls honoured President Barack Obama with a headlining slot at The Creative Coalition's Inaugural Ball, in Washington, DC.
This is pretty impressive for a band that started out in Buffalo's music underground (opening for punk bands of the day that included SNFU, Dag Nasty, Gang Green and The Dead Milkmen) and not getting a taste of mainstream success until their fifth album, 1995's multi-platinum "A Boy Named Goo,'' broke with the single "Name.
If you're a Goo Goo Dolls fan, you're a Matchbox Twenty fan.
Screen Goo is a line of specially formulated Optical Acrylic Paints designed specifically for the video projection industry.
But time hasn't ravaged or dated The Goo Goo Dolls.
GOO GOO DOLLS Something For The Rest Of Us (Warner) NO surprises here as radio-friendly rockers Goo Goo Dolls release their first album in four years.
Now you can add World of Goo to the ever-growing list, an indie game created by developer 2D Boy, which is available to download via Nintendo's Wii-Ware service.
Polyguard says the environmentally benign Blue Goo products are gaining acceptance for corrosion problems such as under insulation.
EMI Music Publishing owns and licenses the publishing rights to music by some of the world's leading recording artists, including Beyonce, James Blunt, Kelly Clarkson, Counting Crows, Eminem, Goo Goo Dolls, Alicia Keys and Norah Jones.