1915, "opium," from Cantonese yao-kao "opium," literally "drug-sap;" used as such by Raymond Chandler, etc.; by 1950s meaning had expanded to "pictures of nude or scantily clad women," hence gow job "flashy girl," which in teenager slang came to also mean "hot rod."
Ultimately, gow says, the brothers failed in their efforts to recreate the Auroch.
And, as gow adds wryly from his own personal experience, “To a huge extent they achieved that aim very well.”
When my friend and I got back to gow, we both kind of went our own way.
It ruined my last couple of months at gow, because people were constantly making jokes about me and the hooker.
They were just way too aggressive to try and maintain on a farm here,” says gow of his “Nazi cows.
gow and six others were eventually hanged at Execution Dock.
Outside the door they met gow Johnson, excitement in his eyes.
At this gow started and said that it ought not to be so, since there was a hostage delivered for him.
"He'll see Orion rising if he sits up nights," gow Johnson said.
gow has published a variation of this fine tune as his own composition, which he calls “The Princess Augusta.”
[fr Canton Chinese, yao-kao, ''sap, opium'']