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Look up tor, Tor, or TOR in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Tor may refer to: Contents 1 Science and technology, 2 Geography, 3 Culture, 4 Other uses, 5 Sports, 6 See also, Science and technology: Tor (rock formation), Tor (anonymity network), from "The Onion Router," an Internet communication method intended to enable online anonymity, Tor (genus), a group of fishes, Tor functor, a left derived functor of a tensor product, used in the mathematical field of homological algebra, Tor missile system, an anti-aircraft weapon, Tor rifle, another name for the WKW Wilk anti-materiel / sniper rifle, a "target of rapamycin" protein, for instance in mammals the mammalian target of rapamycin, Geography: Tor, Pallars, Spain, El-Tor, Egypt, Toronto, Canada, Sloviansk, Ukraine, Tor, Agra, in Uttar Pradesh, India, Culture: Tor Books, a publishing company, The acronym for Star Wars: The Old Republic, a massively multiplayer online role-playing game by BioWare, Tor (comics), a fictional prehistoric human character, Sir Tor, a Knight of the Round Table, Thor, a god in Norse mythology, Tor the Shuttlezord, a character in the television series Power Rangers, A character in the book The Hero and the Crown, A character in the animated television series Moby Dick and Mighty Mightor, An organic time machine in Cowl (novel), Other uses: HNoMS Thor, one of various Norwegian Navy craft, DFDS Tor Line, a Swedish shipping company, TOR or ToR may refer to: Tornado warning, a severe weather alert, Transport of Rockland, a bus system in Rockland County, New York, Torrington Municipal Airport, in Wyoming, United States, Terminal-Owning Region, a section in CICS software, Transcript of Records, a type of transcript (education), Traditional own resources, a tax in the Budget of the European Union, Terms of Reference, Third Order Regular designation of the Third Order of St. Francis (known as Franciscans, T.O.R.), Sports: Toronto Raptors, a basketball team, Toronto Maple Leafs, a hockey team, Toronto Blue Jays, a baseball team, Toronto Argonauts, a football team

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