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GOHGuest of Honor
GOHGod of Highschool (manga)
GOHGlenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. (Pennsylvania)
GOHGeography of Hope
GOHGeoworks Header
GOHGovernment of Haiti
GOHNuuk, Greenland (Airport Code)
GOHGainsborough Old Hall (UK)
GOHGift of Hope
GOHGarments on Hanger
GOHGovernment Owned Housing
GOHGuard of Honor (Singapore)
GOHGet Outta Here
GOHGloves of Haste (gaming)
GOHGuilds of Hyppos (Warcraft III; video game)
GOHGeneral Overhaul (mass transit vehicles)
GOHGods on Heroin (band)
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MASSACRE Z One of Goh's seven victims is taken from the scene of the shooting
Dramatic pictures yesterday emerged of officers arresting and cuffing Goh after he gave himself up outside a supermarket.
Mr Goh told the Daily Post: "There was a time when I chased people with a pick axe around Piccadilly Circus and another in Spain when I chased people with machetes.
Adrian Goh, Group Leader of Banking Solutions in Information Technology Division (ITD) at NBAD, is one of five international recipients of the prestigious award.
One of the prime architects of Singapore's economic success, former deputy prime minister Goh Keng Swee, died Friday after a long illness, local media reports said.
Mr Goh Chok Tong praised HRH the Crown Prince's keenness to strengthen relations.
Born in Beijing, Goh started a new life in Canada when her ballet teacher parents, Lin Yee and Choo Chiat Goh, brother of late choreographer Choo San Goh, moved to Vancouver in 1977.
Maassen (39), who already piloted a RS Sypder last year in Le Mans, will contest the event for the NAVI Team Goh. His team mates are the experienced Seiji Ara (Japan) and youngster Keisuke Kunimoto (Japan).
Goh told him Singapore ''would be glad to explore ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation, including in the areas of trade and investment, once international concerns were assuaged and the environment improved.''
Evelyn Goh, currently an assistant professor at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, asks that we reconsider this widely retailed version of events.
Goh told the twins -who were both law graduates -that if something went wrong, the surgical team could stop the operation.
The result has become known as multi-paradigm computing, although Goh admits that he does not like the phrase, and is open to suggestions.