Crossword clues for gats
n. (plural of gat English)
Gats may refer to:
- Gats (surname)
- Els Quatre Gats ("The Four Cats"), a cafe in Barcelona, Spain which opened on 12 June 1897
- Ruslan Gats (born 1987), a Russian professional football player
- Saint-Cyr-des-Gâts, a village and commune of the Vendée département in France
- "Gats", a song by Susumu Hirasawa from Sword-Wind Chronicle BERSERK Original Soundtrack
GATS may refer to :
- General Agreement on Trade in Services, a treaty of the World Trade Organization
- Tessalit Airport (ICAO identifier: GATS) in Tessalit, Mali
Gats is a surname that may refer to
- Carlos Gats (born 1969), Argentinian Olympic sprint runner
- Ruslan Gats (born 1987), Russian association football player
Usage examples of "gats".
Whatever value Gats might be to the schemes of Douglas Carleton, it was obvious that the clubman considered Zubian to be of greater worth.
That was why Gats had a wholesome respect for this man whom he knew as Felix Zubian.
This act completed, Gats sat in a chair opposite Zubian, and began to talk in a low tone.
In the maze of crime that Douglas Carleton was now sponsoring, Felix Zubian would eventually take a role far beyond that played by Gats Hackett.
For Zubian was a crook of international repute, while Gats was merely a minor gang leader in New York.
Whenever Gats was puzzled, he took another drink, so he performed the action at this time, after offering liquor to Felix Zubian, who declined it.
With that, the little gangster stalked from the room, leaving Gats Hackett alone with Felix Zubian.
It showed that Gats was sparing no effort to see that plans worked out to-night.
When they reached the drive, Gats saw that the man ahead had increased his speed.
Had the course been along an open road, Gats and his crew would have overhauled their quarry within a quarter of a mile.
At last, when they turned a sharp corner, Gats cried out his disgust when he saw that the coupe had gained a full block by its last maneuver.
In reply, Gats could only motion with the gun that he held in his right hand, while he waved the torch that occupied his left.
Then, when this frantic task had ended, Gats, inspired with new understanding, led a mad dash back to the sedan.
They were going back, but Gats knew, in his evil heart, that it would be no use.
They had missed a prize last night - he and Gats Hackett - when they had failed to capture the occupant of the coupe.