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Ore is a term for mineral deposits.
Ore may also refer to:
- Ore, rock that contains minerals
- Öre, the one-hundredth of the Swedish krona.
- Øre, the one-hundredth of the Danish or Norwegian krone
- 俺 Ore, a Japanese pronoun
- Operation Ore, a controversial police operation targeting child pornography
ORE may refer to:
- One-Roll Engine, a role-playing game system
- OR-E, Orthographically Reformed English, or Orthographic Reform of English
- Open Archives Initiative Object Reuse and Exchange, also known as OAI-ORE
- Orange Municipal Airport, IATA airport code
- Ordo Rosarius Equilibrio, Swedish neofolk/martial industrial music group
People with the name Ore
- Ore Oduba, a British journalist for Newsround
- Øystein Ore, a Norwegian mathematician
- Rebecca Ore, an American science fiction writer
Places with the name Ore
- Ore, Sussex, a district in Hastings, England
- The River Ore, a river in Suffolk, England
- Ore, Fife, Scotland
- Ore, Haute-Garonne, France
- Øre, Norway
- Øre (lake), in Vest-Agder, Norway
- Ore, Nigeria
Places with the name Oare, mediaeval spelling Oare or Ore
- OARE, medieval spelling Ore (disambiguation)
- Oare or Ore, Berkshire, a parish and village in Berkshire (Oare), Church of St Bartholomew
- Oare or Ore, Somerset, a parish and village in Somerset near Exmoor (Oare)Church of St Mary the Virgin
- Oare or Ore, Kent, a parish and village in Kent, near Faversham(Oare)Church of St Peter, 12th and 13th centuries.
- Oare or Ore, Wiltshire, a parish and village in Wiltshire, near Marlborough (Oare) Church of The Holy Trinity. 1857-8 by S.S. Teuton, Pevsner said it may well be considered the ugliest church in Wiltshire. older spelling recorded in Order of Blazon (www.briantimms.net/)No. 4461 - Richard de Ore, and Heralds Roll No. 655 - Robert de Ore - Argent three bars azure a bend gules bezanty.
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