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go shares

To be equally involved in something; to work together. You can't do all of this work on your own—why don't we go shares?
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go shares

To be concerned or partake equally or jointly, as in a business venture.
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The redi- GO shares the same threecylinder, 800- cc petrol- powered engine as seen on the Kwid, mated to a five- speed gearbox.
Go shares that GT Stoneworks went through many high and low points and that it turned mistakes such as lapses in color and design, pricing strategy and store locations into chances to learn more and strengthen the company.
So when the National Lottery began in 1994 it was no surprise that the life-long pals teamed up again to go shares on a ticket.
Virgin group founder Richard Branson has since entered the frame, announcing he wants to talk to venture capital group 3i - which holds the majority Go shares.
And the McManus-owned Go Roger Go shares the head of the market for the Mildmay of Flete on 7-1 with Young Spartacus and Grey Shot.
Removing it, the printer might offer as a clue: Go shares to pen IOUs--they keep you from spilling liquor.