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Full Bore

Slang; to sell an automobile at full price. In auto sales, prices are almost always subject to negotiation and it is unusual to pay full price. To sell full bore is a rare treat for the salesperson.
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5) has O'Toole in a full-bore performance as the mad English lord.
Ever since being initially bowled over by Watchmen, I've been rooting for Moore to kick ass, and my inclination is to applaud anybody who markets full-bore pornography to a mainstream readership.
Alex Woodward, son of Mark - Tom's son and agent - is more medal man than medallion man as he is tipped for success when he competes as a full-bore rifle shooter at the Melbourne games in March.
When the school is going full-bore, it will employ in the neighbourhood of 500, and as many as 600, people.
The full-bore design is said to permit unrestricted flow to minimize material degradation and pressure drop to make conveying easier, with less energy, according to the company.
Terry Doe, of the Shooting Sports Trust, speaking on behalf of Birmingham-based Webley and Scott, who manufacture the Stinger BB Gun, said: ``BB guns are extremely low powered yet the penalties for the misuse of an air pistol are the same for a full-bore shotgun.
These new kilns include ceramic element holders which protect the firebrick and the elements, ceramic protection tubes for thermocouples, three zone automatic control with four "Easy-Fire" ceramic programs, refractory coating for firebrick, ceramic terminal blocks with stainless terminals, large full-bore peepholes with solid cast peephole plugs, sturdy aluminized kiln stand and corrosion resistant materials throughout.
To eliminate (or ameliorate) this problem, the company is going full-bore into wireless networking via integrated chips, using its vast R&D and manufacturing resources to become a one-stop shop for communications and networking chips.
They have to issue disclaimers before gigs after their piercing strobe light-show caused seizures among fans recently and their full-bore aural assault was enough to scald the earlobes of anyone brave enough to get close.
First there was what looked like a full-bore slasher movie--and this just days before Congress was to begin its finger-wagging over how movies are marketed to teenagers.
I don't think anyone can deny the fact that e-business, the Internet, the ag Web sites (dot-coms), whatever, has come on full-bore and has begun to change the way farmers and all of us conduct everyday business (review our March '00 issue).
The mighty legend of the Egyptian queen--seducer of two of the most powerful men in the world--springs to life this month in full-bore glory at Houston Ballet.