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Like Kelley, Gatt, and Crowe, the trajectory of Cheryl Jackson's life has been shifted by Oprah's influence.
Gatt met her idol once when she was in the audience, but she was flummoxed and unable to speak.
But Ionas gatt him vnder the hatches & layed him downe and slombrede.The prophete Ionas with an introduccion
Your Gatt must've kicked out back there in the snow; I see it was gone.Bulldog Carney
W. A. Fraser
And so gatt the Devill fredome agane, whair that befoir he durst nott have bene sene in the day lyght upoun the commoun streatis.
The Lady Erskin, (a sweatt morsall for the devillis mouth,) gatt the Bischoppis for hir part.
The Devill keapt fast the grippe that he gatt, yea, evin all the dayis of his governement.
- General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade: a multilateral international treaty signed in 1947 to promote trade, esp by means of the reduction and elimination of tariffs and import quotas; replaced in 1995 by the World Trade Organization
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Word Origin and History for gatt
1947, acronym from General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade.
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