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  1. gote(Noun)

    A drain; sluice; ditch or gutter.

  2. gote(Noun)

    A drainage pipe.

  3. gote(Noun)

    A deep miry place.

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  1. Gote(noun)

    a channel for water

  2. Origin: [Cf. LG. gote, gaute, canal, G. gosse; akin to giessen to pour, shed, AS. getan, and E. fuse to melt.]

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  1. GOTE

    GOTE, which stands for "Goal, Obstacle, Tactics, and Expectation", is an acronym devised by Robert Cohen to remind actors of four basic elements to consider while preparing a character for the theater. Cohen introduced the acronym in his book, Acting One, which has become one of the most widely used textbooks for college theater students in the United States. GOTE is also often taught as part of the larger field of Practical Aesthetics.


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