Torch

A torch is either a wooden or metal rod wrapped at one end with a material that has been impregnated with a flammable substance and ignited. It also means, in British English, a battery powered portable light source: compare flashlight. Flaming torches have been used through history and currently for various purposes including use in processions, ...
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Torch

• (n.) A light or luminary formed of some combustible substance, as of resinous wood; a large candle or flambeau, or a lamp giving a large, flaring flame. • (n.) A flashlight.
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(from the article `ceremonial object`) ...identified with the deity, as in the Zoroastrian fire altars. Their supports and containers can be made of either durable or perishable materials, ...
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[book] Torch is the debut novel of American author Cheryl Strayed. Published in 2006 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, the book was a finalist for the Great Lakes Book Award and was selected by The Oregonian as one of the top ten books of 2006 by writers living in the Pacific Northwest. The book presents the story of family crisis and grief thr...
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Torch

[browser] Torch Browser is a free, ad-supported, closed source, Chromium-based web browser and Internet suite developed by Torch Media. The browser handles common Internet-related tasks such as displaying websites, sharing websites via social networks, downloading torrents, accelerating downloads and grabbing online media, all directly from...
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Torch

[juggling] Juggling torches are one of various props used by jugglers. Torches are usually commercially made props that are made of wood and/or metal with a wick attached at one end. The wick is impregnated with a flammable substance (usually paraffin) and ignited before use. == Wicks == The two most common wicks used with juggling torches ...
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Torch

[machine learning] Torch is an open source deep learning library for the Lua programming language and a scientific computing framework with wide support for machine learning algorithms. It uses a fast scripting language LuaJIT, and an underlying C implementation. == torch == The core package of Torch is torch. It provides a flexible N-dimen...
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Torch

Torch (tôrch) noun [ Middle English torche , French torche a torch, rag, wisp, pad; probably from a derivative of Latin torquere , tortum , to twist, because twisted like a rope; confer French torcher to rub, wipe, Italian topcia a torch, torciare to ...
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torch

A light or luminary formed of some combustible substance, as of resinous wood; a large candle or flambeau, or a lamp giving a large, flaring flame. 'They light the nuptial torch.' (Milton) Torch thistle. ... <botany> See Thistle. ... Origin: OE. Torche, F. Torche a torch, rag, wisp, pad; probably from a derivative of L. Torquere, tortum, to t...
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Torch

Operational code name for the Allied landings in North West Africa - November 1942
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portable luminaire fed by a built-in source, usually a dry battery or an accumulator, sometimes a manual generator NOTE - In French, the term 'lampe torche' refers to a torch with a cylindrical container.
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Torch

The item of equipment in which the oxygen and the fuel gas are mixed and delivered to the nozzle.
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Torch

To beat someone in competition
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Torch is slang for to set alight, to commit arson.
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toxoplasmosis, rubella, cytomegalovirus, and herpes virus, which are perinatal infections of concern in maternal and neonatal care. All causative organisms in this group are capable of crossing the placenta and damaging the fetus.
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TORCH

Type: Symbol Pronunciation: tōrch Definitions: 1. Acronym for toxoplasmosis, other infections, rubella, cytomegalovirus infection, and herpes simplex. See: TORCH syndrome
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torch

[n] - a light carried in the hand 2. [v] - burn maliciously, as by arson
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