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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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We strive to create solutions that allow every organization to optimize their business processes and reduce their costs," said Howard Silverstein, president of Objectif Lune.
Son rival republicain a l'election presidentielle americaine Mitt Romney a affirme que "la Lune pleurait son premier fils terrien".
Mr Lune said the new dresses were end-of-range or out-of-stock models, and the saving in price was passed on to the customer.
One might expect the Francophile Theatre de la Jeune Lune to mount an interpretation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's "The Little Prince" with an elaborate show and perhaps a fair amount of bombast.
Directed by Jeune Lune founder and co-artistic director Dominique Serrand, Moliere's timeless comic tragedy of obsessive greed is ablaze with both scathing humor and searing insight into the human condition.
The Environment Agency has co-operated with the Lune Habitat Group and the Lune and Wyre Fisheries Association to release 10,000 dace into the river.
Sue Garnet, president of Vale of Lune ladies, said last night: "It was all good fun.
Clair de lune was banned a few months after publication, not so much for its peripheral treatment of sex as for its harsh and very realistic portrayal of how the mechanisms of the infamous workers' "meetings" of the period, the very memory of which every Albanian still dreads, could destroy the Fife of an innocent individual.
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THIS North One West League game at Powder House Lane was abandoned after 59 minutes after a Vale of Lune player suffered a serious injury.
Lune Street also recorded a 4-2 win at Guisborough Cons as Ron Bickerdyke made a break of 47 at billiards to beat Colin Buckton by eight points.
In "Cirque de la Lune," the Eugene chamber ballet company gets together with three live bands and one aerial performer to tell a story set against circus life in Depression-era America.