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Gore

Al(bert) Jr. born 1948, US Democrat politician; vice president of the US (1993--2001); defeated in the disputed presidential election of 2000

Gore

 

a town in southwestern Ethiopia, at an elevation of 2,035 m. Administrative center of Ilubabor Province. Population, approximately 8.000 (1965). Gore is an important commercial center, primarily for coffee.

gore

[gȯr]
(civil engineering)
A small triangular parcel of land.

lune

A tapering wedge-shaped unit forming the covering of a hemisphere.

gore

gore
A pie-shaped area or segment of a parachute. A common 28-ft parachute is made up of twenty-eight gores. See also blown parachute.
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Democratic candidate Al Gore had already called Bush to concede.
Q: So you say to people who just can't stand Al Gore .
Vice-President Gore had hoped to avoid a serious Democratic challenge, assuming that general satisfaction with President Clinton's policies (if not Clinton himself), as well as a lock on those pre-selected "super-delegates" who cast one-fourth of the nomination votes, would eliminate potential competition.
During his Atlanta speech, Gore several times reiterated his support for church-state separation.
On one of those pages, Gore writes, "I find excuses for failing to deal with the global environmental crisis more difficult to live with.
Patients and physicians interested in learning more about PFO and the Gore REDUCE Clinical Study can visit: http://www.
Through this acquisition, Gore will continue to enhance its product leadership in the biopharmaceutical category.
Thank you for having me in your current issue because I don't belong in this company,'' Gore told GQ editors.
Gore, who has since retired but was still working in January to tidy up administrative details and pay December's office bills, said she could have retired two years ago, "but it didn't seem right to leave.
Tapper does, however, offer some new details, especially from inside the God-forsaken Gore camp.
The initial Gore response was an irritated expression of disbelief at the large but confused "butterfly ballot" vote for Pat Buchanan in Palm Beach County.
There is little doubt that Bush would be a horrible president in terms of protecting civil rights, but would Gore be any better?