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goy

(goɪ)
1. n. a gentile. (From Hebrew. Not necessarily derogatory.) But the goys can’t do anything they want on Sunday!
2. mod. gentile; non-Jewish. Goy pickles are sort of blah.
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Goys necessarily have a fluid relationship to ethnic identity.
After a month Goy - who has a Mike Tyson style face tattoo and '100% beast' printed on his chest - was living with Cunningham and her young children, all under eight, in her Leeds council home.
Mr Goy, 54, said that the college has changed a great deal since its first term in 1964, when there were only 200 places available.
Police confirmed Goy was arrested in February for damaging a window at Josie's house in Leeds.
Goy - said to be prone to violent outbursts due to the steroids and supplements he took for bodybuilding - admitted a charge of causing grievous bodily harm.
Henley College has an excellent reputation and has a clear community mission," Mr Goy said.
The assistant minister paid tribute to the conference organisers for the sound arrangement, and praised the advanced role being played by GOYS and its officials through such educative practices, preparation of young people and providing them with these institutional drills.
The Ministry of Works, in collaboration with GOYS, is also keen to support and implement such projects based on internationally recognized technical measures and standards, which is in line with Bahrain Economic Vision 2030,' he added.
We are honoured to be chosen by Goys to supply their communication solutions," said Microsoft in Bahrain and Oman general manager Sherif Tawfik.
With about 300 employees largely involved in coordinating and implementing activities, awarding financial grants and ensuring regulations are being adhered to, GOYS chose to adopt Microsoft Lync 2013, a cost-effective alternative to telecoms-based communication that would support its operations while providing the staff with an even greater communication choice.
Al-Jowder said that GOYS support national clubs to expand their activities and offer more programmed aimed at attracting the Bahraini youth.
The award was presented to Goys on the sidelines of the First Arab Forum for Best Youth Practices, organised by the Arab League in the UAE.
The GOYS President underlined keenness to ensure success of the 6th edition of the tournament, in line with the directives of Personal Representative of His Majesty the King for Charity Work and Youth Affairs, Chairman of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sport (SCYS) and President of Bahrain Olympic Committee Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa.
They have sent an urgent plea to His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa to throw out the Goys project.