American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Gore, Albert, Jr. Known as "Al.” Born 1948. Vice President of the United States (1993-2001) under Bill Clinton. He earlier served as a U.S. senator from Tennessee (1985-1993).
- n. A surname.
- From any of various places named Gore, from gore ("a triangular piece of land where roads meet"). (Wiktionary)
“MEMO TO AL GORE: HERE'S YOUR COMPETITIONFrom economics to entitlements, potential rivals are positioning themselves to challenge Gore in 2000.”
“DAVID BOIES, GORE CAMPAIGN ATTORNEY: I think that one of the things that we are saying is that, since there have been hand counts requested by the Republicans in counties they selected, the hand counts in the counties the Gore campaign has selected should be permitted to go forward.”
“UNIDENTIFIED GORE SUPPORTERS: Tell the whole wide word this is Gore territory!”
“CHRIS LEHANE, GORE PRESS SECRETARY: It is not anything the Gore campaign is involved with in any shape, way, or form.”
“You can also tweak the level of gore from None, Some, More up to Lots of Gore.”
“The GORE EXCLUDER Device and the GORE TAG Device have already proven to be valuable alternatives to invasive open surgery elsewhere, and Gore welcomes the opportunity to advance less invasive endovascular therapies for aortic diseases in Canada.”
“DAVID BOIES, GORE CAMPAIGN ATTORNEY: I think the thing that's important for the Supreme Court, and Justice Scalia, who is one of the justices who votes for the stay, and he explains why he does that in his opinion, and what he says is that he doesn't want to have, if President Bush is ultimately elected, he doesn't want to have the legitimacy of that presidency undercut by the fact that people will know that there were more votes for Vice President Bush, for Vice President Gore than there were for Governor Bush in Florida.”
“VICE PRESIDENT GORE ANNOUNCES $865 MILLION IN GRANTS TO ASSIST THE HOMELESS Gore, Cuomo Also Launch Drive to Collect 500,000 Books for Homeless Children”
“VICE PRESIDENT GORE OPENS FIRST FCC BROADBAND SPECTRUM AUCTION President Clinton's Foresight, Commitment to Public Interest Makes Historic Auction Possible WASHINGTON -- Responding to President Clinton's leadership and challenge to make new and better use of public resources, Vice President Gore today (12/5) opened the first-ever broadband spectrum auction aimed at giving the public fair value for the sale of its property, increasing investment and competition in the communications industry, and raising billions of dollars for the federal treasury.”
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