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  • n. Plural form of torcher.


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  • From the First Emperor of China who buried the scholars alive in 213 B.C. to the torchers of Harry Potter books in 21st-century America, people who destroy books show the deep and abiding power of literature more than any promoter.

    Longing for Great Lost Works

  • Workers oiling the roots and grass, torchers coming through to light the cane

    The Best American Poetry 2008

  • But was anyone surprised at "miracle team" torchers?


  • We're seeing not only a lot of help from unexpected sources, but also the absence of true ERA torchers that we saw last season. - Pitching is plentiful in NL only

  • In 2010, let these kind rid D.C. of troughfeeders, constitution-torchers, scumbags, ass-kissers Front Page

  • The last step before copycat toilet torchers pop up across the globe,


  • *psssst* *pssssst* *KCT sneeks arown teh corners an luks an luks* Dere ai wuz, mining mai bizness an teh nurf an Occupayshon Ferapy an….an…an….o horrers….teh grabeded meh awai foar torchers!

    Intertaning Kittehs … - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • "we" hope to see churches torched, and I respond by saying that any such kind of persecution will result in deadly force against the torchers.



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