TOR

Tactical Operation Room

TOR

(= target of rapamycin) Components of the ras/MAP kinase signalling pathway, originally characterized in yeast. Inhibited by rapamycin that is bound to FKBP12.

Tor

• (n.) High-pointed hill; a rocky pinnacle. • (n.) A tower; a turret.
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[anonymity network] Tor (previously an acronym for The Onion Router) is free software for enabling online anonymity and resisting censorship. It is designed to make it possible for users to surf the Internet anonymously, so their activities and location cannot be discovered by government agencies, corporations, or anyone else. Tor directs I...
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[genus] Tor is a genus of cyprinid fish that contains the majority of the species known as mahseers. The 20 species are found in Asia. There are 20 species of mahseers in the genus Tor. ...
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[rock formation] A tor, which is also known by geomorphologists as either a castle koppie or kopje, is a large, free-standing residual mass (rock outcrop) that rises abruptly from the surrounding smooth and gentle slopes of a rounded hill summit or ridge crest. In the South West of England, the term is commonly also used for the hills thems...
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Tor noun [ Anglo-Saxon torr ; confer Gael. torr . Confer Tower .] 1. A tower; a turret. [ R.] Ray. 2. High-pointed hill; a rocky pinnacle. [ Prov. Eng.] « A rolling range of dreary moors, unbroken by tor or tree.» C. Kingsley. ...
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A tor is a striking and sometimes fantastic tabular or pillow-shaped craggy or rocky hill or peak. Tors frequently occur in granite regions which have been exposed to long periods of weathering The term is most used in Cornwall and Devon, with over 170 tors on Dartmoor the highest being High Wilhays and Yes Tor.
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acronym: Tropospheric Ozone Research (EUROTRAC)
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exposed rock mass of jointed and broken blocks. Tors are seldom more than 15 metres (50 feet) high and often occur as residues at the summits of ... [2 related articles]
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Surface-Air-Missile complex [SU;RU]
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Technique of Operations Review.
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Terms of Reference
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The Old Republic (video game)
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Tor is an Icelandic name for boys. The meaning is `thunder` The name Tor is most commonly given to Norwegian boys. The chances are 100 times greater that boys are called Tor there. Use for the other sex: Thora The name sounds like: Dor, Toro, Tore, Toru, Tyr See also: Tory, Torr
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[n] - a prominent rock or pile of rocks on a hill 2. [n] - a high rocky hill
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