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gewgaw

A trinket, knick-knack, or bauble, typically one that is small and ornamental. I hope Aunt Louise doesn't give me another gewgaw for my birthday—I already have a shelf full of them!

goo

Any gelatinous, slimy substance. Ugh, the goo they put on you before doing an ultrasound always feels so cold and gross.

goo-goo eyes

A visibly smitten or enamored facial expression, as of one who is romantically interested in someone else. Well, if you keep staring at her with goo-goo eyes, she'll know you like her sooner than later!
See also: eye

make goo-goo eyes at (someone)

To look at someone with an enamored or flirtatious expression. Often said of two people who romantically interested in each other. Those two have been making goo-goo eyes at each other all night—it's so nauseating for those of us who are single. Well, if you keep making goo-goo eyes at her, she'll know you like her sooner than later!
See also: eye, make

gewgaw

verb
See geegaw

giggle goo

(ˈgɪglæ gu)
n. liquor. Can I pour you a little of that giggle goo?
See also: giggle, goo

goo

(gu)
n. some sticky substance; gunk. There is some sort of goo on my plate. Is that meant to be my dinner?

goo-goo eyes

(ˈgugu ˈɑɪz)
n. flirtatious eyes. (Often with make.) Who’s the chick over there with the goo-goo eyes?
See also: eye
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The restenosis rate of GOO tailored stents in the current study was 3.2%, which is lower than in the above reports.
Larger studies using stents in which the lengths are also GOO adjusted are planned for the future.
In summary, using covered GOO tailored stents for gastric cancer treatments led to significant less restenosis compared with uncovered standard stents, whereas the migration rate was not significantly
The reintervention rate was also significantly less in the covered GOO tailored stent group.
GOO tailored group Cup obstruction Funnel obstruction (n = 29) (n = 4) Breadth (mm) 53.3 [+ or -] 5.5 33.6 [+ or -] 3.6 Length (mm) 15.1 [+ or -] 1.5 17.4 [+ or -] 1.8 Control group P value Cup obstruction Funnel obstruction (n = 29) (n = 3) Breadth (mm) 53.5 [+ or -] 5.7 33.9 [+ or -] 3.7 >0.05 Length (mm) 15.3 [+ or -] 1.6 174 [+ or -] 1.9 >0.05 Table 2: Patient characteristics.
Road safety need you and together we can make a difference," Goos urged.
He recalled meeting Goos the night of May 22, 2006, at the country club to discuss a $90,000 one-year, interest-free loan Goos had made to Ansari the previous summer.
But according to Ansari, in January 2006 Goos began demanding the immediate return of almost three times the original loan.
Ansari, who owned an apartment near UBC where he lived with his boyfriend, testified he had enough cash to cover the $90,000 debt, which he offered to return to Goos. But according to Ansari, who at the time was involved in a deal to sell sugar to Iran from Brazil, Goos demanded a repayment of $250,000.
He allegedly told Goos that if he wanted a repayment of $250,000, he would have to wait until the sugar deal went through.
Ansari said when he met Goos at the country club, Goos explained he had arranged to trade B.C.
He said they later drove to a nearby Tim Hortons--a Canadian fast food chain-in Goos's Jeep, then returned around midnight to Hollyburn Country Club where Ansari's Mercedes was parked.