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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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LITTLE voice Tori McDougall got happy after winning a singing contest with a special prize.
All the while, Tori was hanging out in a green silk maternity top and jeans, her long blonde hair down, sipping designer bottled water.
Former glamour model Tori met Angelica in 2004 when they were both working in a bar as lap dancers.
On March 4 this year Tori had put her youngest kids, Coral and Chelsea Leigh, ten, to bed and received an "odd message" on Facebook from a stranger.
Last month, Zach and Tori shared an update of baby Jackson on Instagram.
Tori came into our program very pregnant, and had her babies in her foster home.
After losing a stone for the school prom, however, bright Tori, who is now studying A levels in history, politics, philosophy, English language and literature at Bluecoat, decided she quite liked the way things were going.
Both tori are usually asymptotic and unless it interferes with wearing dentures causing ulcers they need not require surgical removal.
I am looking forward to meet the colleagues from the industry at IBC this year as a part of PFT" said the newly appointed EVP, Yuval Tori.
It was decided to study the pathway of hyphal growth through the wood cells to see whether, perhaps, the thickened tori of the pit membrane not only prevented passage of air bubbles from cell to cell, but also inhibited the progress of hyphal growth.
But it was as Cornwall suffered one of its wettest ever winters that Tori was ensconced in her West Country hang-out, recording new album Unrepentant Geraldines.
She first joined us on the road when she was just a baby, three weeks after 9/11, and she's been on every tour since," says Tori.