Of course, the Toronto Star supports Romanow's socialist ideas--"The future of Canada depends on it" (Aug.
What does TORSTAR stand for?
TORSTAR stands for Toronto Star (Canadian Newspaper)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
- Tournament of Roses Radio Amateurs (Pasadena, CA)
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- Thrown Object Restraint System (Vermeer Manufacturing Company)
- Transformer Oil Regeneration System (Omega Systems)
- Transoral Robotic Surgery
- Trinity Outpatient Rehabilitation Services (Rock Island, IL)
- Taiwan Organ Registry and Sharing Center
- Toronto Scottish Regiment (Toronto, Canada)
- Torque-Sensing (Gleason differential that biases torque)
- Thirty and Over Recreational Soccer Organization (Texas)
- Tomato Ringspot Virus
- Tactical Operational Readiness Trainer
- Test Operations Review Team
- Theatre of the Relatively Talentless (est. 2002; University of Minnesota; Minneapolis, MN)
- Three-Dimensional Oak Ridge Radiation Transport (three-dimensional discrete ordinates code used in MonteCarlo simulations)
- Transcutaneous Oxygen Recovery Half-Time
- Telerobotically Operated Rendezvous Unit
- Texas Oklahoma Regional Undergraduate Symposium (mathematics)
- Tools for Object-based Large-Scale Reuse in Industrial Systems Design
- Templestowe Orchards Retirement Village (Melbourne, Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Toronto Star recently reported that the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is looking to purchase between 100 and 150 new diesel hybrid electric buses to place into service next year.
The Toronto Star recently reported that the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) is looking to purchase between 100 and 150 new diesel hybrid electric buses to place into service next year in an effort to improve fuel efficiency and reduce area pollution.
Myrna provides the Toronto Star readership with an excellent description of her family's love of country "pour l'amour du pays," this phrase, in either language having shaped her life.
Ann Cavoukian, Ontario's information and privacy commissioner, told the Toronto Star that Quebec's constitutional challenge is "unfortunate" because it came just days before the most important phase of the federal law went into effect.