GB2

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AcronymDefinition
GB2go back to
GB2Ghostbusters 2 (movie)
GB2God Bless and Go Broncos (also seen as GB2)
GB2Gisele Bundchen Squared
GB2God Bless, Go Bake (The Baking Apprentice)
GB2God Bless and Go Broncos (also seen as GB²)
GB2Good Bye To ...
GB2Garcinia Biflavonoid 2
GB2Goodbye God Bless
References in classic literature ?
I tried it a month, but almost from the fatal day when I found that confession of Blackstone's, my whole being turned from the "jealous mistress" to the high minded muses: I had not only to go back to literature, but I had also to go back to the printing-office.
You must go back to your husband's house immediately.
[Hurriedly.] Think as you like about me--say what you choose against me, but go back, go back to the husband you love.
You were unwilling to be divorced from your husband, no doubt so that you might go back to him.
"I will go back to my capital, which I am glad to find is so near yours."
"If I do not go back to him, terrible misfortunes may happen!...
It was not worth while to go back to Barnes for the interval between the closing of the Museum and his meal in an A.
or do you go back to your brother's in the evening?"
You are no higher than a spaniel, and had better go back to the people who did worse than whip you.'
He came last from Astrakhan, and was designed to go to Tonquin, where I formerly knew him, but has altered his mind, and is now resolved to go with the caravan to Moscow, and so down the river Volga to Astrakhan."--"Well, Seignior," says I, "do not be uneasy about being left to go back alone; if this be a method for my return to England, it shall be your fault if you go back to Macao at all." We then went to consult together what was to be done; and I asked my partner what he thought of the pilot's news, and whether it would suit with his affairs?
they would not go back to the seven days for all they could see."
So the Princess stayed with him, and said to the old man, 'Go back to the castle and tell my parents that I am staying here.'