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I'm last in line, thinking who ever gets transferred without their weapons, the guys saying move move onto the chopper are civilians and they are carrying AK-47s, here goes 2-Bravo on its last ride.
When we started, I ses to m'self: "Well, here goes a lot a 'damned fools."'
He turned to scream orders to his men, and I thought, oh Jesus, here goes one of us, but it was evidently a promise for the future, for all their response was to line the parapet and blaze away with their jingals at the Frogs, who were still engaged in the forward entrenchments three hundred yards away.
'odhenu -- "still he" (G.K. 100o), with the participle here goes to make up an adverbial clause of time.
As the nation, which is designated as God's son (Ex 4: 22), here goes down to Egypt during the time of suffering as to a haven of refuge and is recalled thereafter, so God did for His only-begotten Son and called Him again after the danger had passed (cf. Mt 2: 15; Ho 11: 1).
"Everything that happens here goes crook," Hal Porter said.