Origin of goa
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Examples from the Web for goa
In 2011, Goa's former tourism minister Mickky Pacheco was sentenced to a year's imprisonment for slapping an official.Indian Official: 'Civil Servants are Lazy' and 'Hitting them is Justified'|David Frum|April 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Maybe they are the sort who will escape to Goa and fall into drug addiction when their military service is over?
That paper was lost, yet it was known that he had named Francisco de Sa, then commanding in Goa, as his provisional successor.
Such was the wealth, the splendour, and luxury of the proud city of Goa—the Empress of the East at the time we are now describing.The Phantom Ship|Frederick Marryat
Well then to begin wi; we'll goa back a little bit an' mak a fair start.Seets I' Paris|John Hartley
She was at the boarding of the Viceroy of the Indies out of Goa, she was, and to look at her you would think she was a babby.Treasure Island|Robert Louis Stevenson
In the mean time an occasion offered for the voyage of the Moluccas, while they were waiting for an opportunity of passing to Goa.The Works of John Dryden, Volume XVI. (of 18)|John Dryden