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I noticed in "Alarming butterflies and go-getter fish" an example of an oft-repeated misinterpretation of the theory of evolution.
Two childhood friends, a vulgar Wall Street go-getter (Barry Pepper) and a nervous, sexually frustrated prep-school teacher (Philip Seymour Hoffman), vow to keep things light for their bud's sake and, predictably, fail miserably at the task.
And in a pat but still touching subplot, the fast-talking, go-getter event planner P.
One thing Brown must combat is his go-getter personality, always pushing ahead with vigor.
He's a real go-getter, is very knowledgeable and understands the needs of the customer.
Fresh out of Chicago's Goodman Drama School and arriving to conquer the Big Apple to live with her boyfriend, Harris, Woodard has Mary Richards' go-getter spirit and Diane Chambers' snobbery.
An energetic go-getter with a background in education, finance, environmental law and construction is being sought to head the nation's second-largest school district.
In Israel, research published this summer found that hostility may be the most toxic component of a Type-A personality, the go-getter behavior pattern shown in past studies to increase the risk of heart disease.
And this young, easygoing go-getter organized a Valentine's Day dance, complete with balloons and refreshments, for the residents of an adult facility for developmentally disabled adults in the community.