Göring

[gair-ing, gur-; German gœ-ring]
noun
Hermann Wilhelm [her-mahn vil-helm, hur-muhn-wil-helm; German her-mahn vil-helm] , 1893–1946, German field marshal and Nazi party leader.
Also, Goering.
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Göring or Goering (German ˈɡøːrɪŋ)
 
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Hermann Wilhelm (ˈhɛrman ˈvɪlhɛlm). 1893--1946, German Nazi leader and field marshal. He commanded Hitler's storm troops (1923) and as Prussian prime minister and German commissioner for aviation (1933--45) he founded the Gestapo and mobilized Germany for war. Sentenced to death at Nuremberg, he committed suicide
 
Goering or Goering
 
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When one bull finally got the other one down, he kept goring him until the hair flew.
He believes it's the only way to safeguard against the animal kicking, goring, or otherwise injuring people with whom they work.
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