GSOH

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AcronymDefinition
GSOHGirl Scouts of Ohio's Heartland
GSOHGood Sense Of Humor
GSOHGood Set of Hands
GSOHGood Salary Own House
GSOHGood Standard of Hygiene
GSOHGot Syphilis on Holiday
GSOHGeneral State of Health
GSOHGood Set of Hair
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She maintains a good sense of humor on the job at all times and applies herself with the utmost patience.
Ken has a high degree of professionalism and integrity, and even though he does not smile in his picture for DAV Magazine, he has a good sense of humor.
A good sense of humor appears to be cardioprotective, Dr.
People with a good sense of humor, as measured on questionnaires, have yet to display any marked advantages in immunity, pain resistance, or susceptibility to physical illness over those with weaker funny bones, Martin notes.
NEW ORLEANS -- A good sense of humor appears to be cardioprotective, Dr.
If I were asked to name the most significant human characteristic in being a manager, it would be a good sense of humor.
Dennis: I'm attracted to women with a good sense of humor, have a positive outlook, and are beautiful inside and out.
In fact a survey of 737 CEO's by Hodge Cronin and Associates found that a whopping 98% of them would rather hire someone with a good sense of humor than someone with a more serious demeanor.
Bergstrom was friendly, considerate, and had a good sense of humor.
Lee is described as a bright, talented writer with a good sense of humor.
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