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Gordon Bennett

An exclamation of surprise or anger, typically as a way to avoid saying "God." Primarily heard in UK. Oh, Gordon Bennett—I burned the roast!
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Gordon made derogatory racial and sexual comments to the couple and spat upon the woman, according to the proffer by Assistant Cook County State's Attorney Molly Bruno.
Bayag," the president also said, pointing out how Gordon's nickname is also American slang for penis.
In a bid to increase awareness of the dog breed, Gordon Castle owners and dog lovers Angus and Zara Gordon Lennox have invited Gordon Setters and their owners to join them on Sunday May 19 at noon as they attempt the largest gathering of the breed.
Gordon will focus on commercial insurance for the construction, manufacturing, retail and wholesale industries.
6, which calls for declaring January 17 as James Leonard Tagle Gordon Day.
The team confirmed that Gordon had suffered a sprained MCL and would be "evaluated week-to-week."
Gordon noted there is no court-issued warrant for the arrest of Guban, whom Senate probers now consider a vital witness, and have endorsed to the Department of Justice for entry into the witness protection program.
According to the Seminole County Sheriff's Office's website, Gordon was arrested on one charge of "battery-touch or strike".
According to the resolution, Gordon was born an American on January 17, 1917 but chose to stay in the Philippines as a Filipino citizen when his family chose to return to the United States.
In this eyeopening two-part documentary, Gordon aims to go behind the glamorous image of cocaine to expose the extent of the problem.
Gordon leaves with farmer jungle of Brits consume 30 tonnes of the deadly drug every year, and the criminal trade leads to extraordinary levels of violence.
Gordon leaves farmer jungle of Brits consume 30 tonnes of the deadly drug every year, and the criminal trade leads to extraordinary levels of violence.
Boston, Massachusetts-based Gordon Brothers Group operating units will now be positioned under one name: Gordon Brothers, the company said.
Jason Ryan Gordon, 42, pleaded not guilty last week in Lane County Circuit Court to a 16-count indictment that charges him with attempted murder, assault, sexual abuse and other allegations of domestic violence from January to April of this year.
Women's rights activist Beate Sirota Gordon's passion for bridging cultures is clearly evoked through this fascinating tribute to her work.