VORGVirtual Organization
VORGVatican Observatory Research Group (University of Arizona; Tucson, AZ)
VORGVolvo Ocean Race Game
VORGVictorian Ornithological Research Group (Australia)
VORGVictim Offender Reconciliation Group (California)
VORGVillage of River Grove (Illinois)
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The Third Division side last night joined forces with property developers Focus Urban and Vorg Developments.
Penned by Michael Butterworth and painted in colour by Don Lawrence, the strip concerned a tribe from the land of Vorg, on the distant planet of Elekton, whose visionary leader, Trigo, dreamt of building a fabulous city and uniting his people.
While in prison, he became a member of the facility's Victim Offender Reconciliation Group (VORG), where he met with crime victims and victim services providers to learn about the impact of crime on victims and the community.
But hang on, though, wasn't there a Doctor Who story starring Jon Pertwee called The Carnival Of Monsters with a character called Vorg who had a Miniscope?
Harrer, apart from being a brilliant natural writer (and I mean one of the all-time very best) and Olympic skier, was more than qualified to write the book having been a member of the first rope, along with Ludwig Vorg, Andreas Heckmair and Fritz Kasparek, to conquer the lethal, infamous - and banned - face, in 1938.