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Guantanamo Bay, the US naval base and detention center in the place of that name in Cuba.
Origin: The abbreviation GTMO pronounced as if it were a word rather than letter by letter.
The numerical value of Gitmo in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of Gitmo in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It's time to close Gitmo.
Unfortunately, there have been Americans that have died because of Gitmo detainees.
When anybody dies it's a tragedy. We don't want anybody to die because we transfer detainees, however, it's the best judgment and the considered judgment of this administration and the previous administration that ... we should close Gitmo.
The administration has made clear it intends to transfer as many terrorist detainees as possible from Gitmo before the president leaves office in order to fulfill a misguided campaign promise, this is reckless, and it puts American lives at risk.
The issue is why do we need Gitmo? One reason is we should have a place that's secure to interrogate terrorists that we capture, they have not had a intelligence-gathering policy that will allow us to fully interrogate terrorists who are captured.
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