Synsets for "on the go"

Synset: on_the_go.s.01

Synonyms: on_the_go

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (of a person) very busy and active

Examples: is always on the go

Lemmas: on_the_go

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We Go On and On We Go On and On is a studio album released on May 26, 1998 by the Washington, D.C.-based go-go band Rare Essence.
Go-go dancing Go-go dancers began to be hired on a regular basis at the Whisky a Go Go on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood in the Los Angeles area in July 1965. The Whisky a Go Go was also the first go-go club to have go-go cages suspended from the ceiling (they were there from the very beginning in 1965), and thus the profession of cage dancer was born.
Going to a Go-Go "Going to a Go-Go" was reissued on CD in 2002, coupled with the Miracles' "Away We a Go-Go".
Going to a Go-Go "Going to a Go-Go" was reissued on CD in 2002, coupled with the Miracles' "Away We a Go-Go".
Go-go dancing "Hullabaloo" was a musical variety series that ran on NBC from 12 January 1965 – 29 August 1966. "The Hullabaloo Dancers"—a team of four men and six women—appeared on a regular basis. Another female dancer, model/actress Lada Edmund, Jr., was best known as the caged "go-go girl" dancer in the "Hullabaloo A-Go-Go" segment near the closing sequence of the show. Other dance TV shows during this period such as ABC's "Shindig!" also featured go-go dancers in cages. Sometimes these cages were made of clear plastic with lights strung inside of them; sometimes the lights were synchronized to go on and off with the music. "Shivaree", another music show, usually put go-go dancers on scaffolding and on a platform behind the band which was performing. Each show of the period had a particular method of bringing the go-go dancers into camera view.
Go-Hard (Junk Yard Band album) Go-Hard is a live album released on November 12, 1996 by the Washington, D.C.-based go-go band Junk Yard Band. The album consists of eleven tracks, including the songs "Tiddy Balls", "JY on the Rise", and "Go-Hard".
Go-go Kevin Kato Hammond, former lead guitarist for Little Benny & the Masters and former rapper for the band Proper Utensils, started the online magazine "Take Me Out to the Go-Go" in 1996. In addition to the magazine being a source of information on go-go shows, it serves as a community forum in which go-go fans routinely submit their own articles on issues unique to the genre. "Take Me Out to the Go-Go" has expanded to include a radio show on GoGoRadio.com, as well as several YouTube channels, one of the most notable being XclusiveGoGo.
Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy Go Go Smear the Poison Ivy is an album by the Icelandic group múm. It was released on the FatCat label on 24 September 2007.
GO Transit fares Via Rail offers interline tickets with GO Transit, where passengers may travel on GO Transit trains and connect with Via Rail trains at any GO station also offering Via Rail services (Aldershot GO Station, Brampton GO Station, Georgetown GO Station, Guelph Central GO Station, Guildwood GO Station, Kitchener GO Station, Niagara Falls railway station (Ontario), Oakville GO Station, Oshawa GO Station, St. Catharines railway station, and Union Station) or vice versa on one ticket; the Via Rail ticket acts as a GO transit proof of payment on the GO transit leg. Via Rail interline tickets are not valid for GO buses when trains are not running.
Meet Me at the Go-Go Meet Me at the Go-Go is a compilation album originally released on July 7, 2003. The compilation consist of eleven previously released songs by prominent Washington, D.C.-based go-go bands. The album was compiled by Snowboy.
Computer Go Several annual competitions take place between Go computer programs, the most prominent being the Go events at the Computer Olympiad. Regular, less formal, competitions between programs occur on the KGS Go Server (monthly) and the Computer Go Server (continuous).
At the Whisky à Go Go Johnny Rivers at the Whisky à Go Go (shown as "At Whisky-A-Go-Go" on the original label) is a live album and is the debut album from American rock and roll singer/songwriter/guitarist Johnny Rivers.
Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go "Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go" (also known as "There's a Thrill on The Hill") is a 1960 pop and R&B single written by Hank Ballard and performed by Hank Ballard and The Midnighters. The single was the last of the Midnighters' three number-one singles on the R&B chart, staying there for three non-consecutive weeks. "Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go" is also Ballard & the Midnighters' most successful pop single, peaking at number six.
Jingles Pereira on the field and one senior player, Bobby Farrel said: 'Go on Jingle Bells, go on.'"
Go Bible The author has started a Go Bible Project on Google Code, but for discussing the Go Bible source code is Go Bible Dev.
Getting Go: The Go Doc Project Getting Go: The Go Doc Project was released on DVD in Europe on 28 March 2014, and in North America on 5 August 2014.
Lambeau Field The "Go Pack Go" jingle is usually played when the team is on defense or during the start of a drive on offense. A song built around this jingle is "Go Pack Go!" by The 6 Packers.
MTV Party to Go Platinum Mix MTV Party to Go Platinum Mix was the twelfth album in the MTV Party to Go series. The majority of songs on this album have appeared on previous volumes of the Party To Go series.
Let's Go Go Christmas Let's Go Go Christmas is a compilation album released on December 12, 1995. The album consist go-go renditions of traditional Christmas carols performed by prominent Washington, D.C.-based go-go bands, including the songs "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" performed by The Pleasure Band, and "Merry Christmas Baby" performed by Chuck Brown & the Soul Searchers.
Whisky a Go Go On September 12, 2016, the Whisky a Go Go launched an official TV channel on the Roku Connected TV platform. The Whisky a Go Go channel opens the Whisky's doors to a global audience with live music videos, full concerts and related content spanning its 52-year history.