from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Plural of torus.
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- n. Plural form of torus.
- n. A protective, epidermal thickening derived from the stratum corneum and found in high friction areas (ie. the foot sole of a dog).
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Eight months later, he had created Toribash (tori is the Japanese martial arts term for “the defender”).
These included fishing permits that specified measures such as tori lines, specific line sink rates, or setting lines only at night, when birds could not see them.
#41 POSTED BY tori, Nov 3rd, 2009 4: 41 am you know how dark side meshes perfectly with the wizard of oz? try watching THAT high.
Mon 11/09/09 7: 55 PM ooooh hell yes heheheh otherwise Team Edward FTW. tori.
If the Super Delegats go against the popular/pledged delegate vote, I will NEVER vote democrat again. tori
Which probably means they give it about the same import as the buzzing of a bothersome mosquito. tori Says:
Love the post-especially the tori spelling bit. zellmer Said,
November 17th, 2009 at 2:43 pm tori get back to work commenter Says:
My mom used to get the fresh tori and used to pressure cook with salt and turmeric powder like peanuts in pods.
As a fan of both Comics books and tori Amos, I will buy it!
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