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What does GT stand for?

GT stands for Good Try (games)

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Well, they're giving it a very good try with this fourth series, which sees ghostly Annie and her werewolf housemate George coming to terms with the loss of their best friend, not to mention Nina and McNair.
The second half started well with a good try from Whitehead after powerful repeated drives by Danny Carr and Jake Brooke, but the opposition matched scores -unforgivably really, into the driving wind and heavy rain in their eyes -and also matched a good try by Matheson, which he converted.
We wanted to keep a clean slate and our defence was good, but they came up with a good try at the end.
Playing the first half in a horrible colour kit and in difficult slippery conditions, there was no urgency about Cov's play even though we scored a good try.
And Kelly Osbourne, below, may not exactly be a doll, but she had a good try at looking like one at the Clive Davis annual pre-Grammy party.