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TORSOThirty and Over Recreational Soccer Organization (Texas)
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Reflects mature young lady; raven locks, and complexion that lights up well when well powdered--as it is--carrying on considerably in the captivation of mature young gentleman; with too much nose in his face, too much ginger in his whiskers, too much torso in his waistcoat, too much sparkle in his studs, his eyes, his buttons, his talk, and his teeth.
I have seen men and women beaten by whips and clubs and fists, and I have seen the rhinoceros-hide whips laid around the naked torsos of black boys so heartily that each stroke stripped away the skin in full circle.
A woman's dismembered torso was found in a suitcase in a canal by youngsters, police said yesterday.
Head exercise: Palms on knees, torso straight, nod your head from front to back and from left to right three times.
The 40-year-old officer was fatally struck in the torso when the rounds penetrated his protective vest.
Drive upward, raising the hips and torso in unison.
It was the first arrest since the torso of the still unidentified African boy, aged about six and wearing orange shorts, was found near Tower Bridge on September 21, last year.
The male victim, suffering from fractured ribs and cuts to his upper torso, was reported in serious condition at a Portland hospital, as was Davis, suffering from at least one chest wound.
The torso was likely that of a small man, the police said.
Torso finished second on his last start behind Flagship Colm at Kempton on Boxing Day.
Bend the pipecleaner pieces two inches from the torso, twist, and wrap the ends around the neck.
Keep A Breast Foundation is a nonprofit breast cancer awareness organization that creates one-of-a-kind plaster casts of the female torso, which are customized by fine artists and auctioned to raise funds for breast cancer research, treatment and support programs.