Torchin

Torchin

 

an urban-type settlement in Lutsk Raion, Volyn’ Oblast, Ukrainian SSR; located 24 km from the Lutsk railroad station on the Kivertsy-Sapezhanka line. Torchin has a factory for the manufacture of building materials and a production association for raising poultry. A museum of local lore is also located in the settlement.

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Torchin, as well as studies published by the University of Delaware Graduate College of Marine Studies, show that the mud crabs are transported globally through ship ballast water and in shellfish exports.
In Creating the Witness, Leshu Torchin approaches documenting genocide by focusing not so much on documentary films themselves but rather on the 'witnessing publics' that they create and seek to mobilize through their status as testimony.
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The love letter combines all the most valued elements in one gesture," says Mimi Torchin, founding editor-in-chief of Soap Opera Weekly and currently a columnist for the magazine as well as for SoapNet.
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