on the go

  1. (of a person) very busy and active
    is always on the go
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How To Use on the go In A Sentence

  • I know by my family history that a forebear of mine turned on the gods of Mother India and professed faith to the One True God.
  • First, the impact of the sanctions on the population tend to make the latter even more dependent on the government than before, mainly for provision of the basic rations needed for survival.
  • He called on the Government to apply the maximum pressure on the commission to come to an early agreement so that those low-income farmers can be paid.
  • But it is the board of directors that will exercise executive power on the governors ' behalf.
  • Luis Garcia goes close after getting away with a rash challenge on the goalkeeper.
  • He skates in alone on the goaltender, dekes the netminder to his knees, and flips the puck high into the open net.
  • She called on the government to speed up the process of release for hundreds of political prisoners still in jail.
  • I was going with this beaut from MSNBC with Hugh on the golf course with a cigar.
  • They depend on the goodwill of visitors to pick up rubbish.
  • Phungephorn, who began studying martial arts when he was 10 and in 2001 won the gold medal for Muay Thai at the World Amateur Martial Arts Championships, fought professionally through his late 20s. Mixed martial arts students go head-to-head for good health
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