Synsets for "on the go"

Synset: on_the_go.s.01

Synonyms: on_the_go


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.
Go! (airline) Each flight on Go! earned 500 miles in the airline's Go! Miles program. Upon accruing 5,000 miles, the participant was awarded one one-way segment on 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".
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-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".
Sadhimataji’s temple People go on barefoot to fulfill their wishes. Most of the people go on Sunday and Tuesday. On New Year of Hinduism, Villager must go at the temple.
Go Nawaz Go (slogan) The official website of Indian Prime Minister Modi was hacked by Pakistani hackers and put "Go Nawaz Go" slogan on the main page to protest while in another major website hack of Pakistan's Foreign Ministry, Nawaz Sharif was shown as Shrek and balled as "Go Ganja Go", "Go Tind Go" and "Go Kadu Go". The slogan also became one of the most used hashtags of the year on social media in Pakistan.
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-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-go dancing In 1978, the Xenon night club in Manhattan became the first night club to provide go-go boxes for amateur go-go dancers to dance on. This got many people interested in go-go dancing.
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, as well as several YouTube channels, one of the most notable being XclusiveGoGo.
Jingles Pereira on the field and one senior player, Bobby Farrel said: 'Go on Jingle Bells, go on.'"
Go-Go Boy Interrupted In the series, Fowlie portrays Danny Carter, a 30-year-old "washed up" male go-go dancer who "must discover a way to find his 'purpose' and survive within a different lifestyle as he moves on from go-going." Based on Fowlie's experience as a go-go dancer in West Hollywood while attending the University of Southern California, the series asks the question, "What happens next after a go-go boy ages out of his profession?" Fowlie told "The Huffington Post" in 2014:
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).
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.
The Wheels on the Bus Normally followed by "The wipers on the bus go swish swish swish" (with action), "the horn on the bus goes beep beep beep" and "the people on the bus go up and down" (with action).
Cachoeira Dourada There are boundaries on the north and east with Itumbiara, on the south with the Paranaíba, and on the west with Inaciolândia. The main access routes are GO-260, GO-153, GO-452, MG-154 and MG-365.
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.
Go (Go album) Go is the first album by the rock supergroup Go. It was released in 1976 on Island Records.