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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishget-goˈget-go noun   from the get-go
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get-goCo-workers have always been predominantly female, he promoted women to top levels from the get-go.Companies vying for female talent wanted in on the list from the get-go.He made sure from the get-go that the lawyers understood this was not going to be a circus.From the get-go, Ullman serves notice that her show will not be driven by convention.
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