- adj. Obsolete spelling of good.
“On August 25th, 2009 at 9: 16 am, jamie goode wrote:”
“And the DPVA: barack best biden bill campaign candidate daily debate democrats dpva election frederick gilmore goode gov highlights jim john kaine leader mark mccain news obama palin party pm poll post press race registration republican richmond roanoke senate state tim times times-dispatch today va virginia virginian-pilot vote voters warner washington week year”
“November 25, 2008 at 12: 04 PM there is no "recount" just a retabulation of the tallys. the creigh deeds retabulation moved the numbers very little. but goode has the right to ask for one. but there is no "recount" of all the ballots.”
“Among her initial instructions to Bedingfield was the warning that he was to carry out his duties as jailer "in suche goode & honorable sorte as maye be agreable to or honor and hir [Elizabeth's] estate & degree.”
“In ye goode olde days the “gaps” greatly outsized the data, thus the primacy of God, tribe, ritual and family.”
“I spake to Chief White Feather, "It is goode to have your peoples here todaye.”
“I was vegetarian for so long i forgot all about the bread at goode company until i took my barbecue loving boyfriend there and discovered anew the jalapeno bread.”
“PS Romo got hit pretty goode early in the first (roughing a passer should have been called); he may need some ice to his forehead on the plane.”
“It's a goode olde tradition dating back to Chairman Newton (Vast Wasteland) Minow who wound up in the wasteland as corporate counsel for CBS.”
“Ai caint tells u now maor cuz teh ress doant sownd 2 goode lyk moovin in wiff mah mawm tyl fynd teh affordibul howsings an scawy stuf lyk dat but whut Ai gots 2 lett u noe iz mebee now Ai wyl has moar tyme fur ichc!”
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