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  • n. Plural form of gogo.


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  • When I watched gogos carrying potatoes, wood, water, mealies on their heads walking towards home.

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  • I grabbed a taxi by the big shade tree where the gogos sit and made it to the taxi rank at EXACTLY 6:30 I bet anyone who knows me is totally shocked by this… Megan?

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  • Known as the ebu gogos (literally "the grandmothers who eat anything"), they were tolerated by islanders until they stole a baby and ate it.

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  • So algorisme is cleped {e} the art of nombryng, other it is had of {e} en or in, and gogos that is introduccio {u} n, and

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  • FIFA banned informal traders at stadiums during the tournament, but the gogos sold their warm clothing outside unofficial fan parks and shopping malls.

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  • Russell Davies shared some thoughts on the potential for objects to interact with screens: gogos are the best thing ever.

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  • From President Jacob Zuma -- who was hoping for a "miracle" -- to the gogos who lined barbed-wire fences with flags and messages of support and, especially, the middle classes.

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  • Lord Martine presents a night of drinks, tunes, a great view, superhero gogos.


  • Â Un festival de "poudre aux yeux"! pour gogos credules, le genre qui encombrent les Foirums et surtout les debats tele BCBG de petits snobs soit disant branches.

  • The film follows the gogos and their grandchildren through both the mundane and the poignant moments of everyday life.

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