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tori

A monumental, freestanding gateway to a Shinto shrine, consisting of two pillars with a straight cross piece at the top and a lintel above it, usually curving upward. See also: Gate
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Just six days before Tori and her team were due to leave for the Himalayas she received two calls, one from Investec Asset Management and the other from find.
Tori, who turns 35 next month, is pregnant with her second child with husband Dean McDermott, who also has a small role in "Bride.
We are very excited to be able to bring the Styled by Tori Spelling DIY fashion jewelry line to Jo-Ann customers," said Megan Cross, jewelry and textile buyer for Jo-Ann.
Most of the fruit stalk consisted of helical elements, but the last-formed tracheary elements were pitted and possessed tori (Fig.
Tori met Lafferty, of Kesh, County Tyrone, when she worked at a hospital near his former club Burnley in 2008.
Tori, 42, from Manchester, said: "We have had a huge amount of support since the Sunday Mirror reported this "The Guides should not take the money after the systematic abuse we suffered as children.
Tori is thrilled that Liam will be a great role model for his younger sister Stella, 8 months in terms of potty training.
Tori will be going to Darlington's Forum Music Centre to record her song.
Last year Tori scaled Nepal's Cho Oyu - the sixth highest mountain in the world - and she completed an intensive trek up Mount Kilimanjaro in January.
Price check on Aisle 4, for Tori Spelling's silver spoon,'' he joked in another on-camera stand-up.
Tori from Clarbeston Road, near Haverfordwest, and her two Pink Lady Polecats teammates, last week finished sixth in the Scott Dunn Polar Challenge, competing against 16 other teams in freezing temperatures.
For a century, mathematicians have wondered whether there's a classification of three-dimensional shapes like the simple breakdown of two-dimensional shapes into spheres and tori.