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  • Or — ([^o]r), conj. [OE. or, outher, other, auther, either, or, AS. [=a]w[eth]er, contr. from [=a]hw[ae][eth]er; [=a] aye + hw[ae][eth]er whether. See {Aye}, and {Whether}, and cf. {Either}.] A particle that marks an alternative; as, you may read or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Öræfajökull — aus Richtung Skaftafell Höhe …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Đorđević — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Aleksandar Đorđević (* 1967), serbischer Basketballspieler Bojan Đorđević (* 1965), serbischer Literaturhistoriker Boriša Đorđević (* 1953), jugoslawischer Fußballnationalspieler Borisav Đorđević (* 1952) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Or (disambiguation) — Or * A grammatical conjunction * A logical operation indicating logical disjunctionOR or or may also refer to: * Or (heraldry), a gold or yellow tincture * Or (Afghanistan) * Or (Crimea) * Or (My Treasure) , a 2004 movie from Israel * OR gate, an …   Wikipedia

  • Or HaGanuz — Hebrew אוֹר הַגָּנוּז Also spelled Or Ganuz (unofficially) …   Wikipedia

  • Or Gallery — exterior The Or Gallery is a non profit artist run centre based in Vancouver, Canada. The gallery is run by a paid Director/Curator and a voluntary Board of Directors. The Director/Curator of the Or is an appointed working artist who is hired for …   Wikipedia

  • Þórðarson — is a surname of Icelandic origin, meaning son of Þórður . In Icelandic names, the name is not strictly a surname, but a patronymic. The name refers to: *Björn Þórðarson (1879–1963), Icelandic politician; Prime Minister of Iceland 1942–44 *Guðjón… …   Wikipedia

  • Öræfajökull — Hvannadalshnúkur, the highest peak of Öræfajökull …   Wikipedia

  • Or (heraldry) — In heraldry, Or (from the French word for gold) is the tincture of gold and, together with argent (silver), belongs to the class of light tinctures called metals . In engravings and line drawings, it may be represented using a field of evenly… …   Wikipedia

  • Or Hashem — Or Hashem, The Light of the Lord, is the primary work of Rabbi Hasdai Crescas (c. 1340 1410/1411), a Jewish philosopher. As Adonai is one of the names of God in Judaism, the book is usually called Or Hashem ( אור ה) in verbal usage to avoid… …   Wikipedia

  • Þórðr Sjáreksson — [The name can be Anglicized in a number of ways, including Thórth Sjáreksson, Thórdr Sjáreksson and Thord Siarekson.] was an 11th century Icelandic skald. He composed a drápa on Þórólfr Skólmsson, four strophes of which have been preserved in the …   Wikipedia

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