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Definition of Tora

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(Japanese) "tiger", Chinese zodiac sign
Tora Definition from Language, Idioms & Slang Dictionaries & Glossaries
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h \to"rah\, tora \to"ra\ ] (?), n.; pl. toroth (#). [heb. tōrāh.] (jewish lit.) (a) a law; a precept. a considerable body of priestly toroth. r. driver. (b) divine instruction; revelation. tora, before the time of malachi, is generally used of the revelations of god's will made through the prophets. k. cheyne. (c) the pentateuch or "law of moses." the hebrew bible is divided into three parts: (1) the torah, "law," or pentateuch. (2) the prophets (3) the kethubim, or the "writings," generally termed hagiographa. h. h. wright. [

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Tora is a language spoken in Brazil.
The language is: Tora
Tora Definition from Business & Finance Dictionaries & Glossaries
BTS Transportation Expressions
The runway length declared available and suitable for the ground run of an airplane taking off. (FAA12)
By the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.
Tora Definition from Science & Technology Dictionaries & Glossaries
Takeoff Run Available (ICAO)
Oceanographic, Meteorologal & Climatologal abbreviations and acronyms
Tropospheric Ozone ReAnalysis
Tora Definition from Encyclopedia Dictionaries & Glossaries
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TOra (Toolkit for Oracle) is a free software database development and administration GUI, available under the GNU General Public License. It features a PL/SQL debugger, an SQL worksheet with syntax highlighting, a database browser and a comprehensive set of database administration tools.

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Tora or TORA may refer to:
  • Tora people of Arabia and northern Africa
  • Tora (surname), a list of people so named
  • Thora, which includes a list of people with the given name Tora

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Torà (; , , ) is a town and municipality in the North East of the comarca (county) of Segarra, in the province of Lleida, Catalonia, Spain. The urban structure of the center has retained most of its original design, with narrow, twisting streets and blocks formed by rows of attached buildings. The Medieval town grew around a castle or fortified place (Thoranum castrum). A particular trait of the fortified origin of the town is the presence of a number of portals to allow several streets their pass through defensive barriers formed by the rows of buildings of the town and its walls. Torà is some 10 kilometers northeast from the more populated Guissona (6,145 inhabitants in 2010), a neighbor town that has experienced an important economic development in the last half century (mainly due to meat production and generation of a meat packing industry) parallel to an unprecedented demographic growth sped up in the recent years (from 3,060 inhabitants in 1998 to 6,145 in 2010).

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