git-go

git-go

(ˈgɪtgo)
n. the very beginning. (see also from (the) git-go.) He’s been gritching ever since git-go.
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He championed the Mesothelioma program from the git-go and has vowed to find the money to build it up.
From the git-go Our Man From Havana wanted everyone in attendance to know that he's still got the Angry White Man shtick going, left over from his oh-so-memorable performance during Mittens' presidential campaign.
The slowdown has had an impact, of course, but it has not put a hitch in Fulen-wider's git-go.
And it will give an ambitious downtown development guaranteed cash flow from the git-go.
Witness such pitiful constructions as "the greatest thing since sliced bread," "we knew it from the git-go," "he's arguably the best quarterback since," "in excess of.
As for Petra Haden Sings: The Who Sell Out I found it annoying from the git-go, and not just because of the jingles.
He just started kickin' butt right from the git-go,'' said Ray Hooper, Lance's dad and the 1970 Saugus Speedway street-stock champion.
In the interest of helping you avoid choices that are bad from the git-go, we asked human resources folks and headhunters to tell us the most foolish career choices people in health care have made since 1990.
What we always loved about New Wave was that it was sold out from the git-go.
Right from the git-go they become awestruck with the vastness of the show - they wander aimlessly from booth to booth with eyes like saucers and drool dribbling from the corners of their mouths - they ogle all the keen toys - and, at the very last moment, they frantically run around buying stuff and placing orders in a futile attempt to justify the trip.
He was nothing but warm, welcoming and supportive to me from the git-go.