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  • Erasmus therefore observes, (whose authority in this sort of learning is inferior to none,) that there is another proper signification of the word ori'zo besides to decree, or determine, and that is, to declare, shew forth, or manifest; hence in grammar the indicative mood is called oristiko ` s; and in logic the definition of a thing, which is the declaration of its nature, is called o'ros or ori'smos; all which confirm this interpretation.

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  • This paper was folded and thus called 'ori' (to fold) 'kami' (paper).

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  • Simply put, "ori" in Japanese means fold and "kami", paper and that's how they got the word

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  • If Dead Space and Gears of War had been on the ori ...

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  • I have a Ruger P 97 with the original grey Ruger container, two ori | Field & Stream

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  • Locked out: standing ends false designation of ori ...

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  • My 2 and half year old niece told me during xmas: "ori e foka sibe!"

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  • Hoc cognoscentes, ponebant custodiam ori suo, ut non delinquerent in lingua sua; ideoque concaluit cor earum intra eas, et 'in meditacione earum exarsit ignis (Ps. XXXVIII, 4) ille Dominus Deus noster, consumens omnem rubiginem uiciorum.

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  • For the shotgun propped ori the desk before him had taken off half of his head, including his nose and eyes, leaving only a twisted bloody mess of bone and tissue.

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  • But already the robots were righting themselves and ori - enting their weapons.

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