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bore

Medspeak
noun The inside diameter of a tubular structure.
 
verb To core or tunnel.
 
Vox populi
noun A person who bores, is boring.
 
verb  To make weary or distracted by being uncompelling, uninteresting or tedious.

bore

Vox populi
1. The inside diameter of a tubular structure.
2. A person who bores.

bore

1. The internal diameter of a tube.
2. To drill, e.g. into the surface of a bone or tooth.
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Lack of water supply system is stated to be the main reason behind this malpractice of illegal boring.
A quarter of women saw racing as exciting to watch, compared to 19 per cent of men, with only 39 per cent of females suggesting it was boring, but 50 per cent of males doing so.
The towns teamed up in 2012 after a friend of a Dull resident spotted Boring on a cycling trip.
If you have a large piece of pipe that has been permitted, designed and engineered for that project, then it could be risky if you do not use the steering head and ensure that you have more correctional control," says Jeff Wage, vice president of McLaughlin Boring Systems, manufacturer of the MCL-24B and On-Target system.
The second stage of pipeline boring is the kick-off of construction.
Links were forged after a resident from the Perthshire hamlet cycled through Boring while on holiday.
"We get tourists passing through but mostly they just take a photo beside the Boring sign then leave.
He then stopped the car, walked up to her, grabbed her by the arm and ordered her into the car, Boring said.
But Mourinho said: "Our critics were very happy when Chelsea was a losing side, and at that time football in England was not boring for them.
Students will witness the latest technological advances in boring equipment designed by Bohrtec, of which The Icon Group is a national distributor.
They looked Boring. Like people look Catholic - simply watch for clear signs of dignity, inward serenity, intelligence and rampant guilt.