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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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E: If Gore really had been the genuine environmental candidate he wanted people to see him as, do you think that would have helped him or hurt him?
And then there were the smirking stories that circulated the media about the fact that Gore had smoked marijuana --something he made no attempt to deny.
In the closing days of the campaign, Gore's last chance was in motivating his base, and gays and lesbians were a substantial part of his base.
But Gore was only too pleased to join, and his pounds 100 membership fee has also been paid.
While Bush prepared for his transition to the presidency, Gore and his running mate, Joseph Lieberman, said they would contest the Florida results in court.
Bush and Gore held sharply different views on church-state relations and other social issues.
The assaults come as the latest CNN-USA Today-Gallup tracking poll showed Bush eight points ahead of Gore.
Al Gore also opposes the Pain Relief Promotion Act (pending in Congress) which would protect physicians from regulatory harassment when they prescribe controlled drugs in dosages appropriate for good pain management.
In conjunction, the Gore ASSURED Clinical Study pivotal study met its safety, closure and technical success primary endpoints, added the company.
O kaile gore letha le kgona go bakela motho kankere ya matlho mo go ka felelang go gapela motho botshelo ka leitlho le le gaufi thata le boboko.
Go nna mo Jeremane wa Netherland go dirile gore Peter a tlhoke balosika mo Namibia le ditsala tse di rileng.
Gore, a recent Cubs addition, might be the fastest man in baseball.