A Bore appears in the following palindromes (phrases that read the same backward as forward):
- Nets a hero bared nullify a mix I may fill under a bore… hasten!
- To lash tap nodes, a bore has 'em annoy Al Pacino: men made/mimed a mnemonic, a play on names a hero based on paths a lot.
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"A Bore" is a musical single of Basswood Dollies.
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20,000 Quips & Quotes (1995)
A bore is a person who never Don't borrow trouble: borrow likes to be alone, but makes you money, and trouble will come of wish you were. its own accord. BORROW 90 BOSS If at first you don't succeed, It's. BORE ...
Tales and Novels (1839)
by Maria Edgeworth
A bore is a biped, but not always unplumed. There be of both kinds ; — the female frequently plumed, the male-military plumed, helmed, or crested, and whisker- faced, hairy, dandy bore, ditto, ditto, ditto. — There are bores unplumed, capped, ...
by Ramon G. Rubio, Yuri S. Ryazantsev, Victor M Starov, Guo-Xiang Huang, Alexander P Chetverikov, Paolo Arena, Alex A. Nepomnyashchy, Alberto Ferrus, Eugene G. Morozov
A bore is a propagating change of water level in a channel. There must be a cause for the rising water level, or a source delivering the added flux of water coming in. The simplest mathematical device for generating a bore is a submerged 2D ...
Theory and Observations by Hubert Chanson
PRESENTATION A bore is an unsteady flow motion generated by the rapid water level rise at the river mouth during the early flood tide. When the sea level rises with time during the flood tide, the leading edge of the flood tide, called the tidal ...
Sir William Armstrong produced a bore rifled in a great number of small sharp grooves (this gun was adopted by the British government) ; Mr Whitworth retained a hexagonal bore ; and the French government adopted a bore with two, and ...
A Dictionary of Weather (2008)
by Storm Dunlop
Known technically as a hydraulic jump, a bore is normally caused by the interaction of a rising (flood) * tide (see feature) with the flow of water in a river, but may also be created by a ...
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