TAOR


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AcronymDefinition
TAORTactical Area Of Responsibility (US DoD)
TAORTactical Area of Operations (various armed forces; also seen as TAO)
TAORTactical Area of Operational Responsibility
TAORTo All Our Relations (Native American environmental group)
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He built a fort in Taor and his mother in Badar, places that have borne the same names to this very day.
If she had ever got her just deserts I know she would be less oblivious to the fact than poor Taor, who never knew that he had been the first celebrant of the Eucharist.
Minutes before the F-15s entered the TAOR, the Black Hawks entered a mountainous valley, causing radar and IFF contacts to fade.
As a result, the TAOR is determined not by the needs of the installation or the threat to it but by the maximum effective range of the heaviest weapon available to the defense force commander.
Because F-16s periodically flew low-level missions, SOC 2 [Squadron Operations Center supporting the F-16s] faithfully briefed planned helicopter activity in the TAOR.
12) Si le discours de Rizza insiste sur la frugalite et la tranquillite de sa tribu, il existe un autre aspect, entrevu par l'esclave de Taor.
Ante tal desventurado destino y despues de haber aprendido la leccion de amor a sus semejantes, Dios lo premia: Taor nunca pudo conocer al hijo de Dios pero fue el primero en probar la eucaristia.
20 (SUNA) Chairwoman of Culture, Information and Tourism, Youth and Sports Committee of the National Council, Afaf Taor has lauded the Presidency of the Republic for its respond to the repeated calls to release the woman detainees of the Nuba Mountains who have been detained in Obeid Prison .
The trowels of the archaeologists are actively exploring the Macedonian soil on the sites of "Skupi, Stobi, Tetovo Kale, Vinica Kale, Carevi Kuli, Heraclea Linkestis, Marvinci, Stibera, Taor, Treskavec, Kiklopski Sidini (Cyclopes Walls), Stip Isar, Bargala, Vardarski Rid",.
Finally, I believe that Petit may well be right in her assessment of Taor as experiencing a humbling transformation during his thirty-three years of service in the salt mines of Sodom, and she points out quite accurately that it is the humility of the Incarnation that makes it meaningful to the other three Magi.
If she ever got her just deserts I know she would be less oblivious to the fact than poor Taor, who never knew that he had been the first celebrant of the Eucharist.