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Numerology information Gao:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Definition funny of Gao:
traditionally a Japanese onomatopoeia used as a growl like for lions, tigers, bears, dinosaurs. Used in the H-Game/Anime series Air by the main female character as an expression of discontent, like when shot down on an idea, or hurting herself. see also: 'uguu'
Misuzu: *trips falls flat on face* Misuzu: "G..Gao...."
anything involving homosexuality or any other gay actions to the point they cause chaos.
Complete gaos happened when that guy tried to buy me a drink.
Acronym: Genitals Above Ovaries, formed into a word through constant use. Pronounced "gay-oh". Meaning "vagina" (in an offensive manner towards males, i.e. in the same way "pussy" is), although grammatically incorrect due to translation from foreign language. Origin unknown. For other uses see "man gao" or "niggao".
"You're such a gao! Ask her the fuck out already." "That dudes wedgie/cameltoe looks like mad man gao."
Of dubious sexuality. Unmanley.
Songs about Gao:
Gao Mei by Hacken Lee from the Album Cantonese 101 (6 CD)
Xin Tou Gao by Leon Lai from the Album Firework
Hai Shi Gao Bie Ba by Priscilla Chan from the Album Welcome Back
Wo Xi Huan (Bu, Wo Ai) (Yan Jue Solo Shi Xia He Jie Gao Bai Ban) by Studio Musicians from the Album A War Between Two Man - Original Soundtrack
gao shan ching by Celestial from the Album happy valley ???
Gao Shan Liu Shui ( Gu Zheng ) (High Mountains Flowing Water (Zheng)) by Luo Tian Ping from the Album Zhong Guo Gu Le : Gao Shan Liu Shui (Chinese Ancient Music: High Mountains And Flowing Water)
Ho Gia Gao by Vietnamese Rice-Pounding Song from the Album Music of Vietnam
Books about Gao:
GAO "Yellow Book" - Government Auditing Standards - 2011 Version by Comptroller General United States Government (Sep 4, 2012)
GAO "Yellow Book" - Government Auditing Standards - 2011 Version by Comptroller General United States Government (Sep 25, 2011)
The Cheng School Gao Style Baguazhang Manual: Gao Yisheng's Bagua Twisting-Body Connected Palm by Gao Yisheng, Liu Fengcai, John Groschwitz and Vincent Black (Aug 13, 2013)
GAO Bid Protests: An Overview of Time Frames and Procedures (CRS Reports) by Congressional Research Service (Oct 18, 2014)
Walking the I Ching: The Linear Ba Gua of Gao Yi Sheng by Allen Pittman (Mar 25, 2008)
CUHK Series:Gao Village: Sketch of Rural Life in New China by Mobo Gao (Oct 13, 2013)
Gao Xingjian: Painter of the Soul by Daniel Bergez and Sherry Buchanan (Mar 15, 2014)
Movies about Gao:
War Of The Monsters / Destroy All Planets / Gamera The Invincible / Attack of The Monsters / Gamera vs. Gaos /... Unrated - Runtime: 11 hrs 48 mins Starring: Hiroshi Ishikawa, Kôjirô Hongô, et al. Directed by: Noriaki Yuasa and Sandy Howard
Full Contact 1996 R - Runtime: 1 hr 39 mins Starring: Yun-Fat Chow, Simon Yam, et al. Directed by: Ringo Lam
Charlie Rose - Guo Shuqing / Zhou Wenzhong / Gao Xiqing (September 28, 2011) 2012 NR - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: Unavailable
Red Sorghum, Hong Gao Liang, Sorgo Vermelho, Sorgo Rojo, Le Sorgho Rouge, Sorgo Rosso, Milho Vermelho, Das Rote... 2014 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 32 mins Starring: Gong li, Jiang Wen, Teng Rujun, et al. Directed by: Zhang Yimou
Red Sorghum By Mo Yan Nobel Prize Winner for Literature, Zhang Yimou's Award Film, Gong Li 1986 R - Starring: Gong Li, Jiang Wen and Teng Rujun Directed by: Zhang Yimou
Gamera Vs Gaos / Gammera The Invincible 2007 G - Runtime: 2 hrs 53 mins Starring: Kojiro Hongo and Eiji Funakoshi Directed by: Noriaki Yuasa
Gamera Vs. Gaos 1989 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 27 mins Starring: Kôjirô Hongô, Kichijirô Ueda, et al. Directed by: Noriaki Yuasa
Wiki information Gao:
Gao is a city in Mali and the capital of the Gao Region. The city is located on the River Niger, 320 km east-southeast of Timbuktu on the left bank at the junction with the Tilemsi valley. For much of its history Gao was an important commercial...
Emperor Gao, commonly known by his temple name Gaozu, personal name Liu Bang, courtesy name Ji, was the founder and first emperor of the Han dynasty. He ruled China from 202–195 BC. He was one of the few dynasty founders in Chinese history who...