кровь ; запекшаяся кровь; свернувшаяся кровь; клин ; ластовица ; участок земли клином;
придавать форму клина; вставлять клин; вшивать клин; бодать; забодать; пронзать; пронзить (клыками); пробить
- Myra Breckenridge , the sizzling exposure of sex in Hollywood by Gore Vidal had just made its appearance in London, along with Norman Mailer's The Armies of the Night , about the invasion of the White House the previous October of pacifists and hippies protesting at the war.
- At York he was able to write a weighty book, From Gore to Temple , which traced changes in Christian thought in England during the last eighty years.
- Below: A garment with the lining (photos: W.L. Gore and Associates).
- Chris Gore, who was Jerry's seconder, earns his keep from the sport too, as technical adviser for Merrell, the American boot company.
- The chalices on Tezla's cheeks wept tattooed gore.
- Whatever the way of it, Tina was a month ahead of Jean and had Stu with little trouble in her own bedroom instead of going into the hospital at Gore as she'd done with Sandy.
- At any rate, in the spring of 1905 she had married Bruce in Gore and moved to his farm outside Edendale.
- Now, the recent boom in advanced home computer games has meant that fool boys like me don't sit at home flicking the channels for blood, guts and gore: they recreate it by playing silly silicon war games.
- AMERICAN vice president-elect Al Gore and wife Tipper had to be rescued by secret service agents after getting lost on a weekend hike.
- Where Clinton is rugged and earthy, Gore is clean cut and preppy.
- Full details are available from Anne Rimmer or Chris Gore in the Groups Office .
- Barry Gore, head of economics and business studies at Luton, points out that all business studies candidates have to undertake an extended case study.
- Tina and Bruce had met at a farm dance near Gore.