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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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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.
Andrew Goy, 33, was jailed for 21 months after a court heard he flew into a rage and punched his ex-partner so many times he broke her jaw and cheekbone.
Mr Goy, who's been at the the college for four years, said: "We want to leave something here to look back on when the vault is opened in the future.
Goy, who has a Mike Tyson-style face tattoo and "100% beast" inked on his chest, moved into her council house in Leeds.
Mrs Goy added: "They started at 3pm, the first training session at 3pm.
Goy Boy McIlroy cranked up their dirty, battle roaring punk blues before their giant sized singer plunged into the crowd.
The Youth City project came as part of the initiatives of the leadership of GOYS, which aim to provide the best in which Bahraini youth can grow and refine their talents.
Al-Jowder said that GOYS support national clubs to expand their activities and offer more programmed aimed at attracting the Bahraini youth.
The ability to communicate and collaborate with internal and external parties is becoming a key business differentiator which we have realised with the enablement of the Lync Solution," Goys president Hisham Al Jowder said.
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.
They have sent an urgent plea to His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa to throw out the Goys project.
The GOYS President re-emphasised the importance of the tournament in developing football in the GCC countries, further cementing fraternal ties and boosting Bahrain's status as a major host of sporting events.
The pan-Arab award is in recognition of the pioneering Youth City project spearheaded by Goys to train Bahrain's youngsters, hone their skills, arm them with scientific and practical expertise and produce leaders to integrate them into the labour market and enable them to contribute to the country's development efforts.
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.