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  • At the least, Josh Gibson would possibly be included in GOAT discussions more often.

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  • Carmichael, who earned the nickname GOAT [greatest of all time] on a motorcycle, retired from full-time Motocross racing in 2006 to focus on auto racing, though he still dabbles as a test rider and recently gold medals in Moto X racing and the Step Up competition at the X Games.

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  • —and finished with "Born This Way," a song about an individual who hails from a place called "GOAT," or "Government Owned Alien Territory."

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  • "GOAT" (which stands for "Greatest of All Time") is an 800-page book on Muhammad Ali.

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  • Taschen previously published a $7,500, 800-page book on Muhammad Ali, "GOAT" (for "greatest of all time"), that comes with four signed photographs of the boxer and a sculpture by Jeff Koons.

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  • Holland Warner, Ron DiNicola (ph), Ron Twiel (ph), all the great people at "GOAT," at you know, in Bayonne Springs (ph), Michigan.

    CNN Transcript May 22, 2004

  • LARRY KING, HOST: We welcome to LARRY KING LIVE Howard Bingham, the principal photographer and editorial consultant to a great new book, "GOAT," G-O-A-T, the Greatest of All Time, a tribute to Muhammad Ali.

    CNN Transcript May 22, 2004

  • Carmichael, who was known as the "GOAT" (Greatest of All Time) in the pro motocross and supercross ranks, sounded as if he was game. - All Posts

  • Only way to knock JD is the fact that he's never had a "GOAT" in any particular genre.

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  • No other competitor has won fifteen championships or over 150 races, accomplishments which earned him the nickname "GOAT" (Greatest of All-Time). NASCAR-NS news


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  • GOAT, n.

    Complex, 05 January 2016:

    The favorite rapper discussion is cool and all, but the coveted distinction in hip-hop is still being named the GOAT (Greatest of All Time). The GOAT discussion is reserved for the chosen few; no rookies or new jacks qualify. It’s strictly for the catalog artists, people who have shifted the culture in previously unmovable ways, artists whose music has permeated and resonated over an extended period of time. It’s rap’s imaginary Hall of Fame, existing only within the abstract conversations we have about it. Since it has to consider the entire canon of hip-hop, the discussion ought to be reserved for more refined debate among only the most informed parties.

    January 11, 2016