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Verb1.G.I. - clean in preparation for inspection; "the soldiers GIed the barracks"
clean house, houseclean, clean - clean and tidy up the house; "She housecleans every week"
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The Managing Director of Odisha Small Industries Corporation Limited (OSIC Ltd), in Madhupatna and Utkal Mistanna Byabasayee Samiti Odisha in Bhubaneswar, are the registered proprietors of the G.I. "Odisha Rasagola" in respect of Food Stuff Rasagola falling in Class - 30.
When you think of the G.I. Bill, you probably recall reading about a program designed to help military veterans receive college educations after they left the armed forces following World War II.
Since Hasbro brought it to the world's attention at the annual toy fair in New York City in early 1964, G.I. Joe has undergone many changes, some the result of shifts in public sentiment for military-themed toys, others dictated by the marketplace.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, New York (AP) -- G.I. Joe is turning 50.
G.I. Joe is a line of action figures, produced by the toy company Hasbro, but the fact that it was the world's first action figure gives it a certain immortality.
The act, more commonly known as the G.I. Bill, offered federal aid to veterans to help them adjust to civilian life.
The Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Act of 2008, also known as the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill or Chapter 33, will take effect Aug.
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Thomas Bruscino begins his review of my book on the G.I. Bill with a cogent summary, but then he proceeds to dismiss my central finding: that veterans who benefited from the Bill's education and training provisions became particularly active citizens in postwar America ("No Soldier Left Behind," Winter 2006/07).
G.I. Joe's, a Wilsonville-based chain of sports and outdoor stores, has positioned itself to expand beyond its Northwest footprint with a Wednesday announcement that a San Francisco private equity firm has agreed to purchase a majority interest in the company.