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Re: meaning of torr
Posted by: James Torr Date: July 15, 2001 at 05:13:29
In Reply to: Re: meaning of torr by David Torr of 123

I am from the UK, and a Tor is a stone left by a glacier, most of them are down in the west country - Somerset, Cornwall etc. Also, the norse god Thor is pronounced Torr. I dunno.


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