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Go into high gear
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Go into high gear: Begin working energetically begin traveling at full speed
Go places
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Go places: Tour the world, travel succeed (Slang)
Go to Canossa
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Go to Canossa: Feel regret and apologize (as did Emperor Henry IV before the pope at Canossa, Italy in 1077) travel to Canossa
Going
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Going: The act of moving in any manner traveling as, the going is bad. Departure. Milton. Pregnancy 6. gestation 7. childbearing. Crew. 8. pl. Course of life 9. behavior
Going down
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Going down: Traveling in a downward direction, descending losing value
Gouge
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Gouge: To scoop out with a gouge. To scoop out, as an eye, with the thumb nail to force out the eye of (a person) with the thumb. [K S.] Note: A barbarity mentioned by so
Graith
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Graith: Furniture apparatus or accouterments for work, traveling, war, etc. [Scot.] Jamieson.
Grand tour
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Grand tour: Extensive and usually educational tour extensive travel (originally as part of a wealthy young British mans education)
Green traffic light
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Green traffic light: Green light that is one of three signal lights for regulating traffic (green indicates that it is safe to travel forward)
Gripsack
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Gripsack: A travelers handbag. [Colloq.]
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