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Gob

(gŏb), in the Bible, town, SW ancient Palestine.

gob

[gäb]
(mining engineering)

gob

a lump of molten glass used to make a piece of glassware
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In conjunction with the preparation of the Company's 2013 consolidated financial statements, management reviewed its GOB Obligation relative to the discounted amount of the Expected GORR in the Company's independent reserve report and determined that the recognized GOB Obligation (based on GOB Royalty Adjustments received) exceeded the discounted amount of the Expected GORR as reflected in the independent reserve report.
Gob and Ann appear on her pastor father's Christian TV show, "And As It Is Such, So Also As Such Is It Unto You," to announce their wedding 6 where Gob surprises everyone by saying it will be televised on the show AND he'll be performing a magic trick.
As a result of the TTU, the GOB has identified millions of dollars of lost revenue.
GOB sales are still rampant in Florida, the Midwest, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New York and New Jersey, Mahfuz said.
The GOB again failed to provide sufficient suitable alternative development opportunities targeted at opium cultivators, though in December 2011 the CCDAC outlined an alternative development plan.
In September 1997, the GOB signed the National Crime Information Center Pilot Project Assessment Agreement (data- and information-sharing).
District Court ordered the GOB to return control to ICC LLC/Belize Telecom.
The United States has no information on priority target DTOs that were dismantled in Bolivia in 2010 and GOB CN officials state that DTOs, including from Mexico and Colombia, continue to increase their presence in country.
GOB political leaders, notably senior officers in the Burma Army (BA) who are the nation's de facto rulers, did not uniformly support the CCDAC mission.
In 2009, the GOB reported eradication of over 6,341 hectares of coca nationwide, 84 percent of which took place in the Cochabamba tropics (Chapare).
In 2007, the GOB submitted legislation requesting wider authority relative to intelligence collection and electronic intercepts as well a draft for a Chemical Precursors Control Act.
In November 2001, the GOB amended its financial crimes legislation to shift the burden of proof to the accused to demonstrate that property in his or her possession or control is derived from a legitimate source.