Gore

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Gore may refer to:

Violence[edit]

  • Graphic violence visually depicted, especially the realistic depiction of serious physical injuries involving blood, flesh, bone and internal organs.
  • Splatter film, a horror genre also known as "gore film"

Used as a verb[edit]

The act of impalement on an animal horn, especially as in bull fighting.

Company[edit]

Triangular segments[edit]

  • Gore (segment), a triangular piece of cloth or metal used in three-dimensional fabrication
  • Gore (road), a narrow, triangular area of land often found at road merges and diverges

Places[edit]

People[edit]

  • Al Gore (born 1948), environmental activist and US politician (45th Vice President of the United States, Tennessee senator)
  • Albert Gore, Sr. (1907–1998), United States Senator from Tennessee; father of Al Gore
  • Bill Gore (1912–1986), founder of W. L. Gore and Associates, makers of Gore-Tex
  • Catherine Gore (1799–1861), British novelist and dramatist
  • Charles Gore (1853–1932), English divine and Anglican bishop who founded the Community of the Resurrection
  • Charles Gore (artist) (1759–1807), landscape artist, Grand Tour traveler
  • Francis Gore (1769–1852), a British officer and colonial administrator
  • Frederick Gore (1913–2009), British painter
  • Frank Gore (born 1983), American football player
  • Gordon Gore (1913–1987), American football player
  • Harold Gore (1891–1969), American college sports coach
  • Ian Gore (born 1968), English footballer
  • Jack Gore 1899–1971, Welsh international rugby player
  • James Howard Gore (1856–1939), American mathematician
  • Kristin Gore (born June 5, 1977) American author and screenwriter, daughter of Al and Tipper Gore
  • Lesley Gore (born Lesley Sue Goldstein, 1946), American singer
  • Martin L. Gore (born 23 July 1961), English songwriter, singer, guitarist and keyboardist and member of synthpop band Depeche Mode
  • Mrinal Gore (1928–2012), Indian socialist and Member of Parliament
  • Paul Gore, several individuals:
  • Richard Corben (born 1940), American illustrator and comic book artist who uses Gore as a non-de-plume
  • Shane Gore (born 1981), English footballer
  • Spencer Gore (sportsman) (1850–1906), cricketer, and first Wimbledon tennis championship winner
  • Spencer Gore (artist) (1878–1914), British painter
  • Tipper Gore (born 1948), author, photographer, former Second Lady of the United States as wife of Al Gore
  • Thomas Gore (1870–1949), one of the first two United States senators from Oklahoma after statehood
  • Gore Verbinski (born 1964), American film director, screenwriter, producer and musician
  • Gore Vidal (1925–2012) American writer known for his essays, novels, screenplays, and Broadway plays

Entertainment[edit]

Other[edit]

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