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gore

noun A nonspecific term for blood, guts or any such graphic viscera, often in the context of a fictional horror movie.

verb To pierce or stab with a horn or tusk—e.g., to be gored in a bull fight.
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You don't have to be snippy about it," Gore shot back.
Frank: If the Democrats take back the House and Gore wins, we'll get the McCain-Feingold bill passed.
Gore also has claimed that elimination of Medicaid would immediately void all of OBRA and place nursing home residents at the mercy of an unregulated industry (with Gore, probably unsurprisingly, considering the Clinton administration's recent record, viewing SNF operators as among the "bad guy" special interests.
Today," continued Gore, "I give you this pledge: If you elect me president, the voices of faith-based organizations will be integral to the policies set forth in my administration.
Gore is in the process of finalizing long-term integration plans.
Novak, David Wright and Lindsay Lohan -- put Gore at the top of all their lists.
Gore said that "there was no question that it had to end.
In defending themselves now, Gore aides say that state law required them to request recounts within 72 hours in 67 different counties with different rules--logistically impossible.
In a good day's work, that court read "error in tabulation" to allow Gore to challenge the traditional standard for a valid vote.
Not counting Florida, Gore had won 260 electoral votes and Bush, 246.
How to reduce those shocking statistics has become one of the central issues in the 2000 presidential race between Democrat Al Gore and Republican George W.
The Tight Polo Shirt Al Gore was frightening enough to star in a Wes Craven horror series.