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gook

(guk and gʊk)
1. n. a slimy substance; a sediment or residue. Too much of that gook will ruin your engine.
2. n. a foolish oaf. Wow, Chuck is turning into a real gook!
3. n. a tramp. Give the gook some food and wish him well.
4. n. a prostitute. There are a lot of gooks around here in the center of town.
5. n. a derogatory nickname for various East Asians. (Crude.) Let the gooks fight it out amongst themselves.
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DING DONG: Scorer Dong Gook Lee celebrates with Robert Huth; GOALDEN BLUNDER: Downing threatens as Buxton heads an own goal
If gook did originate in the Philippines, it likely did so far earlier than 1935.
I mean, we are talking pure, full-on, black gooks I (breathing heavily) And they are going to make my day I (eyes glittering) Ollie, I want you to be at the prow of our lead ship.
Mr Gook, who has been involved in the scheme for 12 years, says it provides a useful point of contact between communities and police.
Blues denied Furious Mourinho claimed Newcastle's Stephen Carr handled in his own area during yesterday's 0-0 draw; Reds' reprieve Manchester United's John O'Shea appeared to foul Boro's Lee Dong Gook in the box .
Southgate said: "We need competition for places in all areas and it is a great challenge for Dong Gook to come and try to play in the Premier League.
It's fair to say Boro old boy Dong Gook Lee of South Korea would be unlikely to frighten the QPR defence
Christie is competing with Yakubu, Mark Viduka and Dong Gook Lee - and Boro want another striker.
DONG Gook Lee has been handed the chance to play in his second World Cup Finals.
South Korea striker Dong Gook Lee is available after being ineligible for the fourth round replay defeat of Bristol City, while Stuart Parnaby and Chris Riggott are back in training following knee injuries.
They were always trying to get gook from the dinosaurs in my hair, tripping me in the mud, telling me there were snakes around.
LEE Dong Gook has insisted he is better prepared to succeed in English football with Middlesbrough than he was for his ill-fated spell in Germany, writes JACK PICKERING.
PSV Eindhoven midfielder Park scored the fourth goal in Korea's win after Park Ju Young had opened the scoring in the 16th minute and a brace by Lee Dong Gook put the result beyond doubt.