bore the name   (名前をつけた)

It bore the name of the famous Chateau Frontenac hotel.

During the second round of the season of 1953 the team bore the name of Zenit.

Later documents seem to imply that at one time it bore the name of Maeandropolis.

bore and stroke   (ボアとストローク)

It is a square engine, with bore and stroke of .

Cylinder bore and stroke was with a five bearing crank.

In this form it had a bore and stroke of .

bore the title   (タイトルを負った)

The rulers bore the title of "sawai maharaja".

Ujo who bore the title Kalasuo (KALA-SUO or KALUSO i.e.

This junior King then bore the title of Roman King (King of the Romans).

bore no

He bore no staff of office ("dikanikion").

They bore no relation to what ended up on "A Storm in Heaven"."

Roman law recognized rape as a crime in which the victim bore no guilt.

bore the brunt   (矢面に立つ)

George Tupper bore the brunt of the financial losses.

Ye Ting's 11th Army arrived late and He Long's 20th bore the brunt.

Mosques, temples, churches and the library also bore the brunt of the raid.

bore fruit

His efforts to extend the New St. Paul's Institution to the AVA room bore fruit.

This reading bore fruit in the many interesting volumes to which Emma's name was attached.

This vision bore fruit and schools in New Zealand have long planted native trees on Arbor Day.

bore little   (少し退屈)

Demian's instrument bore little resemblance to modern instruments.

The film bore little resemblance to any prior film or the original books.

The Durand Line cut through tribes and bore little relation to the realities of demography or military strategy.

bore his name

Unlike either English edition, this one bore his name on the title page.

An elementary school in Kenosha, Wisconsin bore his name for many years.

He founded some twenty cities that bore his name, most notably Alexandria in Egypt.