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Look up lore in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Lore may refer to: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... It has been suggested that French Wiktionary be merged into this article or section. ...

  • Folklore, acquired knowledge or traditional beliefs
  • Lore, region between the eye and bill on the side of a bird's head; plural is lores, adjective is loral; this term also applies to analogous structures in fish and reptiles, for example, the loral scales in snakes
  • Lore (Star Trek), an android in the Star Trek fictional universe
  • LORE, defunct database management system for XML developed at Stanford University
  • Lore Sj√∂berg, an internet humourist
  • Lore, place which the RPG game AdventureQuest takes place - Land of Rising Evil
  • Lore, end-game raiding guild in the MMORPG World of Warcraft on the Staghelm realm
  • Lore, for the Clannad album
  • Lots Of Robots Explode (l.o.r.e) Prog/Electro band from Cornwall, England. Often abbreviate themselves to Lore
  • Lore of Magic, a school of magic in Warhammer Fantasy

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Lore - Memory Alpha, the Star Trek Wiki (823 words)
Lore was a Soong-type android constructed by Dr. Noonien Soong and Juliana Soong at the Omicron Theta colony and activated on September 9, 2335.
Lore was extremely advanced and sentient, possessing superior strength, speed and intelligence when compared to a Human.
Lore made himself their leader, gave his Borg individual names, turned them into his fanatical followers and began cruel experiments on them, trying to replace their organic brains with positronic components.
PHP Knowledge Base System Using PHP, MySQL, and Smarty Templates - Lore | pure software (185 words)
Lore allows you to quickly and easily organize frequently asked questions, articles, and documentation into a categorized and searchable knowledge base.
Lore allows you to provide 24/7 customer support in less time and with less effort.
Lore features a 100% rebrandable template system that allows you to easily integrate it into your existing web site design.
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