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  • Mr. Singh was born in prepartition British India, in a small town called Gah, which is now part of Pakistan.

    Singh Defends Effort to Improve Ties With Pakistan

  • Gah, is it weird that I actually feel bad for Terri BECAUSE she’s so one-dimensional and beastly?

    Which TV break-ups have you championed? | EW.com

  • Gah, that is what I get when I try to type with a screaming two year old setting in my lap trying to smack at the keyboards ...

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • Bibby and other soldiers at Lashkar Gah, which is the British headquarters, expressed frustration with their own journalists for seldom wanting to report on the non-military war.

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  • "Gah," Carmichael said, and stepped out once more into the driving rain.

    Farthing

  • "Gah-" Tarma shook her head again, then continued the shake right down to her bare feet, loosening all the muscles that had been tensed against cold and anger and frustration.

    Oathbreaker

  • "Gah," said Louis; but he instructed the bar, which produced bulbs of warm carrot juice.

    Ringworld

  • Boyd said, "Gah," and withdrew his head from the pillow.

    The Impossibles

  • Boyd said: "Gah," and withdrew his head from the pillow.

    Out Like a Light

  • So, with a snort that sounded like "Gah" he pushed off from the kerb and sailed away down the road, followed by a fusillade of barks from the disappointed Buster.

    The Mystery of Holly Lane

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