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Live Earth (2007 Concert) - Washington D.C. Venue
... capital had been Gore's first choice for the main concert ... However, the main concert was moved to New Jersey and Gore made a surprise announcement during a 6 July media interview that a concert would take place on the plaza of the Museum of the ... And it wasn't the cavalry who came to our rescue, it was the American Indians," Gore said during brief opening remarks carried live on the MSN website ...
St George Gore-St George
... Sir St George Gore-St George, 5th Baronet (25 June 1722 – 25 September 1746) was an Irish politician and baronet ... Born St George Gore, he was oldest son of Sir Ralph Gore, 4th Baronet and his wife Elizabeth Ashe, daughter of St George Ashe, Bishop of Clogher ... Gore-St George represented Donegal County in the Irish House of Commons from 1741 until his death in 1746 ...
Gore, Idrija
... Gore is a settlement in the hills east of Idrija in the traditional Littoral region of Slovenia ...
Sir Ralph Gore, 2nd Baronet
... Sir Ralph Gore, 2nd Baronet (died 1661) was an Irish politician, soldier and baronet ... He was the eldest son of Sir Paul Gore, 1st Baronet and Isabella Wycliffe, daughter of Francis Wycliffe ... Gore succeeded his father as baronet in 1629 ...
Live Earth (2007 Concert) - Performers - Controversies and Criticism - Political Motives and Campaigning
... Some Republicans criticized Al Gore for organising the event and said he did so to promote himself for a 2008 U.S ... Presidential election bid, although Gore has said repeatedly he is "not planning to be a candidate again for office" and has said that he "had fallen out of love with politics." Gore did not declare ...