agood

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agood

(əˈɡʊd)
adv
in a serious or earnest manner
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"Agood command of the English language is also a must, while an extra foreign language is a plus." The volunteers will undergo training, where their knowledge of language(s) and Bratislava will be tested.
Is it agood choice for value-oriented investors right now?
Agood week for anyone who's been watching Gogglebox and thinking life is not quite the same without Steph and Dom Parker.
aGood must now feel its responsibility to the future, and it goes through the mobilisation of societies by building up a public network to counter the terrorist threat, through vigilance,a according to Smolenov./FOCUS News Agency/
AGOOD education is essential to get ahead in an increasingly competitive jobs market and every child deserves the best possible start in life.
He's agood forward who has an excellent scoring record, and I think Phil Jagielka will be pleased he's not playing.
NAT A AGOOD MOVE Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy warned David Cameron, right, will benefit if voters switch to SNP.
One night at agood quality Greater London area hotel.
"James Richards has come in, Scott Madison has stepped up from our second team and we have agood group when we get everyone out there.
AGOOD breakfast is said to set you up for the day and it's certainly doing that for hundreds of youngsters throughout our area.
y |Clearing is competitive and it's ' always best to get in early if you've agood idea of what it is you want to do.