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verb as in pierce


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San Diego County jails have seen an average higher than one inmate dying per month, every month since 2009, when Gore took over as sheriff, a San Diego Union-Tribune investigation found last year.

Constructed with waterproof Gore-Tex and fully taped seams, the Revo short keeps your butt and chamois dry, even while riding along waterlogged trails.

I have Gore on the phone, people are bringing me pages one page at a time.

Gore and Bush were able to seclude themselves at home, refraining from public comment for days on end.

This summer, he and Fletcher got into a public spat over Gore’s attempt to outsource more of the jail’s behavioral health services.

Ironically, this year a co-author of a book called How to Survive the Running of the Bulls was badly gored by huge black bull.

But generally speaking, unless their personal ox is being gored, few young women seem willing to make waves.

They want candidates willing to do whatever it takes—no matter whose ideological ox is gored—to make the economic pain stop.

That seems to suggest that NewsCorp's standards are different when its own ox is gored.

Perhaps the very buffalo who owned this pair was the one that gored to death poor Olo.

Many instruments have had the sound holes spoiled and the surface of the wood inside gored by unskilful tampering with the post.

He'd been on one of those robomedics before, when he had been gored by a bisonoid on the cattle range.

Yesterday the new Lord Mayor was sworn in, and afterwards toss'd and gored several Persons.

My boy, seeing himself disarmed, sought to cut at the bull's legs, but it gored him and stamped him underfoot.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gored, such as: lance, gouge, spear, wound, stab, and stick.

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