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noun as in bloodshed

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verb as in pierce

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The Justice Department didn’t respond to questions about the Civil Rights Division’s involvement in the meeting or Gore’s presentation at the 2019 event.

Ultimately, Gore and Bush both found themselves in difficult situations.

Only Gore’s office responded and sent a form for filing a complaint.

Gore conceded, and Bush secured the victory roughly six weeks after Election Day.

From Fortune

The most relevant and “instructive” example of what happens to markets when an election result is contested is the Bush-Gore presidential contest in 2000.

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Ironically, unlike Dukakis and apparently Paul, Bill Clinton and Al Gore had each “read the memo” back in the day.

Now consider a different question: suppose Al Gore had stayed in the race.

Another dark horse, Tennessee Senator Al Gore, was finding little traction in his efforts to become a centrist alternative.

Nobody in leadership positions was angry about climate change in the 2000s other than Al Gore?

These poll numbers again prompt the question: How could Al Gore lose in 2000?!

Elizabeth watching, saw them turn into the path that led a near way to the North Gore road.

Gore found that aluminium was dissolved and that sodium and potassium were attacked by the gas, even before its liquefaction.

He lashed her so long, and he lashed her so sore, That grovelling she lay in a stream of red gore.

His garments were red with blood, his hands dripped with gore.

He saw men stagger beneath their death wound and sink to the earth, now foul and slippery with gore.


On this page you'll find 31 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gore, such as: blood, carnage, and slaughter.

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