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n.1.An instrument of gaming; a sort of dice.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Oh, Gord!" he cried, "Oh, Gord!" almost whimpering.
On'y don't you go for to shoot, 'cos we 'int awmed, s'help me Gord!"
Working towards Qatar National Vision 2030's pursuit to create a sustainable future, Qatar's Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities (RACA) and the Gulf Organisation for Research & Development (GORD) have signed a co-operation agreement to launch a series of green initiatives in the sector of charitable activities.
People may wish to make a donation in Slade's memory to the Gord and Pat Slade Heritage Fund with the Sudbury Community Foundation.
However, the blind spot of these tests is in assessment of the extra-esophageal manifestations of reflux such as cough, recurrent sinusitis, laryngitis or chronic recurrent chest symptoms, particularly in those subgroups who experience silent (or non-heartburn) GORD. Laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) and lung aspiration of refluxate are dangerous complications that often occur in the absence of oesophagitis or its primary symptom, heartburn (5).
We are less as a country without Gord Downie in it."
"We are less of a country without Gord Downie in it," Trudeau said in Parliament.
Focus of Discussion: Naturopaths and herbalists are likely to be consulted by parents who come with a preformed concept of their infant having GORD. Understanding normal infant physiology is important so that naturopaths can unpack this often multilayered scenario and provide effective help to these families.
It should be also noted that patients with asthma are at higher risk of developing GORD; on the other hand microaspiration in GORD may exacerbate asthma [9].
Gord loved cars, but knew nothing and cared even less about their inner workings.
This is the first certificate for a renovation project to be issued by GORD, Qatar Tribune reports.