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  • GWEN TORRENCE OVER THE PAST YEAR, Torrence has established herself as the world's fastest woman -- even running with a big chip on her shoulder.

    Good As Gold

  • Lopez is an athlete, professional golfer born in Torrence, California.

    Five People Born on January 6 | myFiveBest

  • The name Torrence comes next on the list, big noisy Torrence (I believe that somewhere or other Simenon makes him die in place of another inspector who was in fact killed by my side in a Champs-Elysées hotel).

    Maigret's Memoirs

  • “Have some beer and sandwiches sent up for me!” called Torrence to Lapointe as he went by.

    Maigret in Montmartre

  • He nearly called Torrence and the other man to have one with him, but finally asked the driver to join him.

    Maigret and the Burglar's Wife

  • Torrence Broxton, the school's principal, says students in the single-sex classrooms often outperform their peers in coed rooms.

    As Little Girls and Boys Grow, They Think Alike

  • Torrence was one half of the sixties duo, Jan and Dean.

    Five People Born on March 10 | myFiveBest

  • When he's not helping penguins march through a TSA metal detector, chasing a man in stilettos through baggage claim or gathering Christmas presents for stranded kids, Sam Torrence is doing something just as rare: helping confused and troubled travelers at the airport.

    Lost in Vegas Airport? It's Your Lucky Day

  • With no bags to check, Mr. Torrence took her to an airport kiosk without a line where she could get her boarding pass and be on her way.

    Lost in Vegas Airport? It's Your Lucky Day

  • With a long line and no signs explaining the check-in process, she stood confused until Mr. Torrence got her to a kiosk to print out the necessary pass.

    Lost in Vegas Airport? It's Your Lucky Day

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