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GOALGun Owners' Action League
GOALGay Officers Action League (New York, New York)
GOALGroup on Advanced Leadership (advocacy)
GOALGet Out And Look
GOALGeorgia Occupational Award of Leadership (Georgia Technical Colleges)
GOALGifted Online Accelerated Learning (Center for Distance Learning & Independent Study)
GOALGreenways for the Olympics and London (UK)
GOALGround Operations Aerospace Language
GOALGuidance-Oriented Approach to Learning
GOALGirls' Opportunities for Adventure and Leadership (Atlanta, Georgia)
GOALGlobal Overseas Adoptee's Link (Seoul, Korea)
GOALGeneral Organization of Alexandria Library (Alexandria, Egypt)
GOALGeneric Object-Oriented Application Project Management Tool for Large Inter-Organizational Projects
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And then follows rush upon rush, and scrummage upon scrummage, the ball now driven through into the School-house quarters, and now into the School goal; for the School-house have not lost the advantage which the kick-off and a slight wind gave them at the outset, and are slightly "penning" their adversaries.
Then the boys who are bending and watching on the outside, mark them: they are most useful players, the dodgers, who seize on the ball the moment it rolls out from amongst the chargers, and away with it across to the opposite goal. They seldom go into the scrummage, but must have more coolness than the chargers.
The School-house are being penned in their turn, and now the ball is behind their goal, under the Doctor's wall.
They may well be angry, for it is all Lombard Street to a china orange that the School-house kick a goal with the ball touched in such a good place.
There it flies, straight between the two posts, some five feet above the cross-bar, an unquestioned goal; and a shout of real, genuine joy rings out from the School-house players-up, and a faint echo of it comes over the close from the goal- keepers under the Doctor's wall.
The season during which Clarence Tresillian kept goal for Houndsditch Wednesday is destined to live long in the memory of followers of professional football.
Today is your day for keeping goal as you've never kept goal before.
If you march fifty LI in order to outmaneuver the enemy, you will lose the leader of your first division, and only half your force will reach the goal.
To be near the goal while the enemy is still far from it, to wait at ease while the enemy is toiling and struggling, to be well-fed while the enemy is famished:--this is the art of husbanding one's strength.
Raising my strange Martian rifle to my shoulder I sighted and touched the button which controlled the trigger; there was a sharp explosion as the missile reached its goal, and the charging chieftain pitched backward from his flying mount.
It is time for man to fix his goal. It is time for man to plant the germ of his highest hope.
I make for my goal, I follow my course; over the loitering and tardy will I leap.