GOT


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AcronymDefinition
GOTGame of Thrones (TV show)
GOTGlossary of Terms
GOTGulf of Thailand (continental shelf)
GOTGive Or Take
GOTGraduate-on-Time (Texas Tech University)
GOTGuaranteed on Time
GOTGet on Task
GOTGreen Olive Tree
GOTGet On Track (UK)
GOTGospel of Thomas
GOTGovernment of Turkey
GOTGlobal Offset Table
GOTGathering of Tweakers (Dutch)
GOTGovernment of Tunisia
GOTGlutamic-Oxaloacetic Transaminase
GOTGiant Ocean Tank (New England Aquarium)
GOTGovernor's Office for Technology (Kentucky)
GOTGroup On Telecommunications (Indian Government)
GOTGreenpeace Organizing Term (student training program)
GOTGraphic Operation Terminal (machine interface; Mitsubishi Automation)
GOTGothenburg, Sweden - Landvetter (Airport Code)
GOTGlutamic Oxalic Transaminase
GOTGlobal Object Table
GOTGolden Orb Technologies
GOTGraphic Order Terminal
GOTGreat Orthogonality Theorem
GOTGeneral Organization of Tobacco (Syria)
References in classic literature ?
And you know how desperate hard it's got to be to get hired help.
Let's pretend the glass has got all soft like gauze, so that we can get through.
For instance, the pictures on the wall next the fire seemed to be all alive, and the very clock on the chimney-piece (you know you can only see the back of it in the Looking-glass) had got the face of a little old man, and grinned at her.
We've got about as much chance, if Jerry marries that girl," I says, "as a couple of helpless chocolate creams at a school-girls' picnic.
You think because you've got a green tail you're someone.
cried he, holding out three moor-hen's eggs; "we've been down the Barby road, to the pool Martin told us of last night, and just see what we've got.
However, up he got, and leant against the tree, putting his head down and clasping it with his arms as far as he could.
thank God, we have got nothing to do with him, in this business of the Diamond; he had the longest tongue and the shortest temper of any man, high or low, I ever met with)--I say, I went into the service of the old lord, as page-boy in waiting on the three honourable young ladies, at the age of fifteen years.
My lady got me put under the bailiff, and I did my best, and gave satisfaction, and got promotion accordingly.
He likes to talk to me, though he's a highly eddicated man and I'm only an ignorant old sailor, because he's one of the folks that's GOT to talk or they're miserable, and he finds listeners scarce around here.
I got up softly and went to feel and see if the paper DID move, and when I came back John was awake.
But the money he got for that too began to go, so he sold the brown suit he wore on Sundays and went on becoming poorer and poorer.