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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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The Capitol police had created a safe space, a demilitarized zone of sorts, over which Gore supporters and Bush supporters engaged in a chant-off.
Later in the morning I came across a moderately disheveled guy yelling at a person nearby about how we can't have globalization with an 18th-century history education (the ranter was a Gore supporter, obviously).
The implications of that certitude are complicated, and in that apparent confidence lie the origins not just of Gore's ambition ("We raised him for it," his father said when Gore was nominated for vice president) but of his uneven public style (the tendency to lecture, the occasional stiffness).
But you can also see the beginnings of the cautious, sometimes overly formal Gore in those early days.
Tonight, Gore steps into the limelight as he accepts the presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention.
We are pleased to have found a buyer with the qualifications and experience of Gores and look forward to working with them to support the press and food system businesses with our waterpumps and aftermarket spares and replacement parts.
To the degree that there was a consensus among the agenda-setting political media, it was that Bush could pile up such a formidable lead by Labor Day that Gore simply wouldn't be able to overcome it.
The two days Gore and his son, Albert Gore III, were on the 14,411-foot volcano were filled with terrible weather - hail, wind, fog and snow.
Founded in 1987, Gores is a private investment firm focused on the technology, telecommunications, and business services sectors.
Based on the terms of the Gores PC sale announced today, this estimate is now projected to be a loss of $162 million.
Gores Technology Group (GTG) is a leading international technology acquisition and management company with an aggressive strategy of acquiring promising high-technology organizations, products and services, and managing them for increased growth and profitability.
CSC will benefit from the ongoing success of Artemis, and we feel confident that Artemis will continue to prosper under Gores Technology Group," Honeycutt commented.