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TOR

Abbreviation for:
tactile object recognition
target of rapamycin
terms of reference 
total outflow resistance
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According to Tor, this is the first time the company has done a development cycle following UX best practices.
One system that the LFP is using to maintain intellectual freedom is Tor browsing and exit relays.
Emergence and genetic diversity of El Tor Vibrio cholerae O1 that possess classical biotype ctxB among travel-associated cases of cholera in Japan.
5mn people, including journalists, political activists and others who don't want to share their browsing histories, use Tor daily.
Silk Road and copycats on the TOR network are not readily visible through popular Internet search sites.
The 50th and 100th person to congratulate me got free geography trivia questions," Tor said with a grin, as he rattled off his latest stumper: "Which country has the most capitals?
TOR is primarily unrestricted, free software operating via the Internet.
3 December 2013 -- Hong Kong-based asset management firm Tor Investment Management said it has forged a strategic partnership with Chicago-based alternative investment manager Grosvenor Capital Management.
cholerae O1, classical and El Tor, are distinguished.
Jess Thornton and Tor Wood have been picked as official cheerleaders for the England Rugby League World Cup team.
In this study, TOR has low molecular weight resin which can be crosslinked by sulphur, was added as a third component to the blends and its effect on the rheological and mechanical properties on the modified blends was investigated.
Our study focuses to free tools among which TOR (The Onion Routing) belongs to the best known tools.