GOOD


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AcronymDefinition
GOODGet Out Of Debt
GOODGet Out Of Dodge
GOODGetting Out Our Dreams (record label)
GOODGraph-Oriented Object Database (model)
GOODGod Opens Other Doors
GOODGive of Ourselves Daily
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It's proper to use good words, and improve your vocabilary," returned Amy, with dignity.
if people knew what a comfort to horses a light hand is, and how it keeps a good mouth and a good temper, they surely would not chuck, and drag, and pull at the rein as they often do.
This piece is not very good but it is true but I hope you won't mind what is in it as you ran away.
In the hour of my death, I shall hold sacred the one good remembrance-- and shall thank and bless you for it--that my last avowal of myself was made to you, and that my name, and faults, and miseries were gently carried in your heart.
One is: inasmuch as worthy Sancho never saw Dulcinea, I mean the lady Dulcinea del Toboso, nor took Don Quixote's letter to her, for it was left in the memorandum book in the Sierra Morena, how did he dare to invent the answer and all that about finding her sifting wheat, the whole story being a deception and falsehood, and so much to the prejudice of the peerless Dulcinea's good name, a thing that is not at all becoming the character and fidelity of a good squire?
It will pleasure me hugely to take a braggart down a notch, an some good man will lend me a stout quarter-staff.
Captain, my neighbours have put it upo' me to speak for 'em to-day, for where folks think pretty much alike, one spokesman's as good as a score.
Cake and wine; yesterday was baking-day, so poor sick grandmother is to have something good, to make her stronger.
But that makes it all the more essential that public opinion and social environment should not be left to grow up at haphazard as they ordinarily do, but should be made by the wise legislator the expression of the good and be informed in all their details by his knowledge.
That is still paramount to-day, and in the moving crowd of good society the men of valor and reality are known and rise to their natural place.
Laying my head against Sir Henry's broad shoulder I burst into tears; and I think that I heard Good gulping away on the other side, and swearing hoarsely at himself for doing so.
IN MERRY ENGLAND in the time of old, when good King Henry the Second ruled the land, there lived within the green glades of Sherwood Forest, near Nottingham Town, a famous outlaw whose name was Robin Hood.