GFTG

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AcronymDefinition
GFTGGo for the Gold
GFTGGarments for the Gospel (Canada; est. 1996)
GFTGGift for the Geek (Australia)
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The question now is will Jerry be next to go for the gold?
Savvy homeowners can "go for the gold" in 2002--with just a little awareness of Sec.
"I don't think he will go for the Gold Cup this year, but maybe the Gold Cup and the National next year.
"GO FOR THE GOLD," urges the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship (TACF), which claims that its pastor John Arnott has been dispensing "miraculous touches from God on the mouth." As a result of being prayed over by Arnott, hundreds of worshipers say gold teeth have "supernaturally" appeared in their mouths or the color of their amalgam fillings has changed to gold.
"Even if I'm competing in four years' time, I doubt I would be in shape to go for the gold. There w ill be new guys in the event by then, guys capable of putting me in the shade.
For a society to tax those of its risk-takers who are by-passing the easy fish to go for the gold will per force reduce the number of prospectors.
The program, "Go for the Gold," rewards Northeastern wholesalers and Anheuser-Busch district and area managers for achieving specific performance objectives for Budweiser, Bud Light and Bud Dry during the first quarter of 1992.
Thistlecrack is as low as 3-1 for the RSA Chase at Cheltenham, but the Dorset trainer added: "If he doesn't go for the Gold Cup we will go down the hurdles route."
"I'm sure the owners have got plenty to think about, whether they opt to go for the Gold Cup or wait for Punchestown or somewhere else to go right-handed."
"He just cramped a little and is still a little short of his peak, a few weeks really, but we'll go for the Gold Cup and hope he can get through the first round.
He added: "I said that if we got within 20 lengths of Long Run then the Gold Cup would be on the agenda but we got within 10 lengths of the current champion and so the logical step is to go for the Gold Cup.
``He is a typical old fashioned type of chaser, I loved him when I first saw him at Doncaster Sales.'' ``We will take him to Newbury next month for the AON Chase and that will give us a good idea about whether to go for the Gold Cup this time.