good Joe


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a good Joe

A nice, pleasant, and respectable male. He's a good Joe, sure, but there's just no chemistry between us. My friend's a good Joe—you can trust him.
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good Joe

n. a good fellow. Fred’s a little slow on the uptake, but he’s a good Joe.
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The police turn up, at which point Joe's life splits into two: the Good Joe, who stays to help, and Bad Joe, who flees.
Following this, I apparently stripped myself of a Good Joe immunity and was told in less than a cordial manner that based on high scientific standards of evidence-based medicine, as supported by that "positive study," that the drug was clearly a lifesaver for Mom and, also, if I am so smart, I should take over my mother's care, myself.
On the work front, Wahlberg recently wrapped up shooting for 'Good Joe Bell'.
Every day after school he goes to work for greyhound trainer Good Joe (Stott) who agrees to let Donal keep a dog called The Mighty Celt if he wins three races.
McGuire said: "There have been some ludicrous statements made about exactly how good Joe can be.
Talented newcomer Tyrone McKenna plays Donal, a young teenager who would much rather help Good Joe (Ken Stott) with his greyhounds than play with boys his own age.
Hopkins' display against Pavlik, an opponent lined up for Calzaghe, showed just how good Joe is and how well he performed to edge Hopkins.
And, applying the Neville theory once again, people are beginning to realise quite how good Joe Cole had become now he's missed most of the season.
She plays Kate, single mother to West Belfast 10-year old Donal (Tyrone McKenna) who spends his after school hours working for greyhound trainer Good Joe (Ken Stott).
They, like every boxer in the world, knows how good Joe Calzaghe is.'
When the police turn up, Joe's life splits into two: good Joe stays to face the consequences, while bad Joe runs off, without Sarah, and embarks on a life of crime.
As he is forced to make a life-changing decision, the story splits into two: the life of Good Joe, who stayed and gave himself up to the police, and the life of Bad Joe, who ran from the police and got away.
1) Joe Calzaghe: At last everyone has started to realise just how good Joe is.
"One of the reasons I came out and one of the texts I got this morning from someone said, 'Good Joe. Maybe the truth will help keep one kid away from the white death this week'.