NGTW

(redirected from Not Going to Work)
AcronymDefinition
NGTWNot Going to Work
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in classic literature ?
The pace at which they went, was such a very lazy, ill-looking saunter, that Oliver soon began to think his companions were going to deceive the old gentleman, by not going to work at all.
On the contrary, they had always been dogged with ill luck of some kind or other, in consequence, as Wolfert concluded, of not going to work at the proper time and with the proper ceremonials.
"The municipal officials filed a formal complaint accusing me of not going to work as well as of not completing the tasks given to me by the municipality.
Dropping hints is not going to work. Give him a picture of a present you do want and details of where he can buy it.
I remember you most for just being there Sober and quiet and black wavy hair Digging the garden, at work or in bed Seemed to me was the life that you led You looked just the same as all other dads A cap and a mac, one of the lads I can't remember you not going to work A decent wage was surely the perk And when we needed coats dresses and shoes It was off to Lewis's and you'd let us choose You smiled a lot at us four girls I think you enjoyed the ribbons and curls I grew to feel safe and had not fear Because Dad I just knew you'd always be near And you were xxx| Send your poems to Sunday Mercury Short Stories, Sunday Mercury, Fort Dunlop, Fort Parkway, Birmingham B24 9FF.
But, he added, "I have also said that, in light of what's happened over the last two weeks, going back to the old ways is not going to work. Suppression is not going to work.
Engaging in violence is not going to work. Attempting to shut
That the United States will not come to the aid of its liberal allies, or strengthen the moderate Muslims against the extremists, is one reason why the Freedom Agenda is not going to work, at least not right now.
Ashleigh Carling, 19, a full-time McDonald's worker: "No, it's not going to work. If people want to drink alcohol they are going to manage to get it."
"I knew this was not going to work," said Kornejev.
One can't put forth their B game when they are attempting to lose those pounds--one needs to put forth total effort or it simply is not going to work. "Getting Into Your Pants: Add 10+10 for Life!" is a deftly composed and easy to follow dieting guide to help anyone start to shed those pounds--and unlike most fad diets, it promotes a change that will push readers to not lose them for a few months but to keep them off for their entire lives, avoiding the up and down hilly slope so many advertised diet plans promote.