LORE


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
LORELine Oriented Editor
LORELimb Ozone Retrieval Experiment (US NASA)
LORELab on Reengineering (Antwerp, Belgium)
LORELaboratory for Ontological Research
LORELocal Operational Readiness Exercise (US Air Force)
LORELand Ordnance Engineering (Canadian Forces, now defunct)
References in classic literature ?
Yes, and nature too," said the young lady rather positively; "and I contend, that natural lore, and love from sympathy, are two distinct things.
It seems to me I can see them side by side in the twilight of an arid land, the unfortunate possessors of the secret lore of the sea, bearing the emblem of their hard calling on their shoulders, surrounded by silent and curious men: even as I, too, having turned my back upon the sea, am bearing those few pages in the twilight, with the hope of finding in an inland valley the silent welcome of some patient listener.
Together they would communicate to their corporal all the dark lore of death which is the portion of those who have seen men die.
In order to soothe Georgiana, and, as it were, to release her mind from the burden of actual things, Aylmer now put in practice some of the light and playful secrets which science had taught him among its profounder lore.
Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary, Over many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore, While I nodded, nearly napping, suddenly there came a tapping, As of some one gently rapping, rapping at my chamber door.
The Druid and the Roman are too far off for matters of detail; but it seems to me the Saxon and the Angles are near enough to yield material for legendary lore.
Concluding thus the parson rode on his way, with doubts as to his discretion in retailing this curious bit of lore.
and going, as he was wont to do every evening, to that charming house situated in the Rue Galilee, in the enclosure of the royal palace, which he held in right of his wife, Madame Ambroise de Lore, to repose after the fatigue of having sent some poor wretch to pass the night in "that little cell of the Rue de Escorcherie, which the provosts and aldermen of Paris used to make their prison; the same being eleven feet long, seven feet and four inches wide, and eleven feet high?
He had taught the children something of the forest lore that he had himself learned from Tiger Lily and Tinker Bell, and knew that in their dire hour they were not likely to forget it.
Ever in my mind has it been connected with mystery and romance and the half-forgotten lore of the ancients.
My promotion was rapid, for my family seems to inherit naval lore.
What engines and elements and mastered forces, what lore and mysteries and destiny-controls, might be there