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GOL

General Operating Language. Subsystem of DOCUS. [Sammet 1969, p.678].
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GOL's national scale rating was upgraded from brBBB to brA, with a stable outlook.
For evacuation of electricity from Golen Gol Hydropower Project to the National Grid, WAPDA also successfully completed the most difficult transmission line from Golen Gol (Chitral) to Timergara in September last year.
Porem ha algumas desvantagens como o desgaste do goleiro e a defesa desprotegida com o gol livre durante o ataque (Voser, 2003)
As part of its strategic fleet renewal program, GOL has placed multiple orders for the 737 MAX, including a new order last month at the Farnborough International Airshow.
Market Position and FX Risk Incorporated: The ratings reflect GOL's leading business position in the Brazilian airline domestic market, which is viewed as sustainable over the medium term, with a market share of around 35% as measured by revenues/passenger/kilometer in January through September 2017.
Oxford crown court heard Turkish Gol described himself as a "crazy wolf" in a Facebook message to a friend minutes before the attack.
Should Delta hold at least 50% of GOL's ADSs, the US airline will get one seat in GOL's board.
Each ADR represents one preferred share, and trades on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol GOL.
The new agreement adds a number of destinations to GOL's route network, including Marilia, Ribeirao Preto, Sao Jose de Rio Preto (Sao Paulo), Barreiras, Vitoria da Conquista (Bahia) and Ji-Parana (Rondonia).
In addition, Travelport's ETDBase product will allow GOL to build a latest generation e-ticket database, which will enable the company to store and control e-tickets issued by its partners.
"GOL is committed to transparency and wants to be sure the information reporters need is readily and easily available," said Fabio Lobo, Corporate Communication manager at GOL.
Gol Linhas Aereas of Brazil reported on Friday a fourth-quarter net profit of BRR76.96 million reais (USD$44 million), down 60 percent from the BRR193.39 million in the same period of 2006.