Luckily, tor was prepared for this sort of assault, and has built-in defenses to protect against it.
On the streets of tor Sapienza, however, the battle rages on.
Quite literally, it is the combination of tor, the word for goal, and Jäger, which means hunter.
The result was The Onion Router, or tor, which then became tor.
Onion routers refers to the tor network, a system that allows users to mask their location and communicate anonymously online.
The rule adopted by the Oblates of tor di Specchi remains the same to this day.
“You can go in here until I have done with tor di Rocca,” he said.
I am loath, said Sir tor, of that gift I have given you; let him make amends in that he hath trespassed unto you.
I wished to go in that direction and to search the tor, but it was some distance away.
The next day he was drawn on a hurdle to the tor, and there hanged, and his head fixed on the abbey gateway.
"high, rocky hill," Old English torr "tower, rock." Obviously cognate with Gaelic torr "lofty hill, mound," Old Welsh twrr "heap, pile;" and probably ultimately from Latin turris "high structure" see tower (n.)). But sources disagree on whether the Celts borrowed it from the Anglo-Saxons or the other way round.