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TOR

Abbreviation for:
tactile object recognition
target of rapamycin
terms of reference 
total outflow resistance
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Polymyxin B resistance in El Tor Vibrio cholerae requires lipid acylation catalyzed by MsbB.
5mn people, including journalists, political activists and others who don't want to share their browsing histories, use Tor daily.
After e-mail correspondence, Tor this week travelled from Norway to North Wales to see where the sailors landed and the house where they were given clean, dry clothes, food and medical attention.
Those who created and support the TOR network say it's a way to protect online users' privacy in the digital age.
The Onionshare, an open-source software is used to share files, this further creates a Tor Hidden Service-a temporary anonymous Web site on computers.
Whatever the case, Tor says he plans to continue his previous study strategies to prepare for his all-expenses-paid trip to the national level bee on May 19-21.
Jess, a Huddersfield University student, and Tor, a professional dancer and choreographer, have been with Goldrush for three years and one year respectively.
The TOR also provides tools and techniques to facilitate Expanded-Reality Experiences, such as Peak Experiences that enhance creativity, vision and intuition; promote key insights and discoveries; and facilitate higher understanding of anything and everything, including profound and not so profound subject matters.
Tor experienced a huge spike in Egyptian users during the Egyptian Revolution of 2011.
Tor Gai Jiok, the company's general manager said the company had insufficient refuse trucks but said that the issue of funding had been resolved and that increased wages will come into effect next month.
Palmer, tohiscredit,hasdisplayed absolutelyn oinclinationtorush things,despitethepublicpressure trainingBorn ToR unbrings.
on volunteers to help host the new Tor 'bridge' connections, that connect users