use pore in a sentence.
But then I would have less time to pore over HN!
How do we know that the site won't pore through the submitted names and domain squat?
Comedy if only for the rampant insecurity oozing out of this guy's every pore
Ahhh, biologically it isn't - it's good to clean pores, keep you cool, etc..
It you are prone to acne, keeping your skin clean reduces outbreaks by keeping your pores clear.
But your team of laywers could pore over any trove of patents.
My optometrist recommended you unclog the pores in your eyelids.
Also, peruse means to pore over meticulously, not glance over.
The stuff is fragile (or at least the 5nm molecular sieve type)- if you shake it too much you make dust which blocks the pores
I'll pore over these lists and keep brainstorming how each of them might apply to the idea.
Anecdotally, my strictly vegetarian (usually vegan, often raw) girlfriend started bleeding through the pores of her face, despite taking extremely comprehensive supplements which included large B12 doses.
And we wonder why the rest of the world think us IT people are a bit strange :-) Never read that but pored over enough other arcane material in my time.
Right, but given the labyrinthine nature and colossal volume of software patents created over last decade, having your own trove and a team of lawyers to pore over them is best chance at catching prior art.
It would have to pass through a fairly hydrophobic (the pore) layer.
Amazing, but this is a perfect example of something that I don't want to pore over on a computer screen -- would be so nice to have it, with a better layout on nice cardstock
Although you could use a membrane with tiny pores you would tremendously slow down the rate of flow of the smaller molecules too even though they theoretically can travel across the membrane.
Also, in northern climates, the water will get in the pores then freeze and expand.