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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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Competition gets more and more tough every year -- the battle is not with the product but more in terms of finding what's most appropriate and attractive for the customer," said Gory.
Mr Clegg told BBC London: "Has any political party really been able to spell out in full, gory detail exactly what's going to have to happen over the next several years to fill the black hole?
Fired 's producers, IDream Productions, claim that the gory scenes and nudity in the promo are essential to establish the mood of their film.
But since cinema audiences are accustomed to seeing sophisticated, polished products on screen, maybe Colin will only appeal to the serious cineaste or those horror freaks who just have to see every single gory offering that's released.
Which reminds me - there's no need to be quite so graphic, gory and grisly, is there?
Goth contains bad language (s-bomb), sexual material, semi-nudity and gory, and stylized depictions of murder, and is recommended for adult graphic novel collections with large horror collections.
He had 90 percent plugs in several arteries," Gory says.
This is a thoroughly brilliant addition to the Horrible Histories series and will be devoured by gory girls and boys alike.
I've told so many gory stories of death and destruction to my sons that they've avoided flying.
The dressing up area can turn the sweetest child into a vampire, a witch, a devil or skeleton, compete with makeup, gory wounds, sharpened teeth and all those other vital accessories for an authentic finishing touch.
It's a hilarious and biting satire on a very violent and gory snuff film.
In Part 7 (pair), a Rorschach-like ambiguity in twenty-three-carat gold leaf, looking something like a detached human jawbone, hovers above another gory splash that again obscures the head of a nude male cadaver.