Origin of torchwood
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Still, Torchwood is always about changing or dying, it seems.
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- any of various rutaceous trees or shrubs of the genus Amyris, esp A. balsamifera, of Florida and the Caribbean, having hard resinous wood used for torches
- any of various similar trees the wood of which is used for torches
- the wood of any of these trees
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