• WordNet 3.6
    • n Orites small genus of Australian shrubs or trees
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In literature:

Many could the Orites mention, many the Phocians, and each of the ruined States.
"Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 11" by Various
A copy of the Orit or Mosaic law is kept in the holy of holies in every synagogue.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 10, Slice 2" by Various

In news:

Successful breastfeeding takes a lot of money and resources, says Orit Avishai.
But every so often I get a phone call from a friend or relative, or my mom's friend or co-worker, and even from people I meet on the street: "Orit, I want to fix you up with someone.".
Flav-orites: Music: WAYYYYY too many to name.
Tune in live for one of the best selections of guitar-oritented rock, metal, and shred from around the globe.
Last week, in an Israeli radio station promotion gone bad, model Orit Fox — who claims to have the largest breasts in the Middle East — was viciously bitten in one of her famous assets by the snake with which she was posing.

In science:

In the living orIt is well known that life manifests a strong biohomochirality. ganisms we encounter only left-handed aminoacids and right-handed sugars.
Quantum Entanglement on Cosmological Scale