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Soor

Soor may refer to:

  • Sur, Iran, a village
  • Soor State, a princely state of India merged with Idar State in 1821
  • Battle of Soor (1745), in Bohemia
  • Régina Airport (ICAO:SOOR), in French Guiana
  • Tyre, Lebanon
  • Pritpal Soor, London-based music producer and writer

Usage examples of "soor".

Father did not come along-in fact, I advised him not to as Soor would be there and also Hoffmeyer.

I saw Soor looking on with a sneer on his lips and Hoffmeyer eying me with that cunning expression of his.

As I did so I almost ran into Soor, standing there eying me with a most malignant expression upon his face.

As Soor passed around the market place making his collections, or rather his levies, for we had to deliver the stuff to his place ourselves, I saw from the excited conversation of those in his wake that he was spreading consternation among the people of the commune.

I always knew to a dot just what was due from me in tax, and I always had an argument with Soor, from which government emerged victorious every time.

Soor and we had covered about half the distance when a company of Kash Guard rode into the market place at the very point where Soor was working.

As Soor passed around the market place making his collections, or rather his levies, for we had to deliver the stuff to his place ourselves, I saw from the excited conversation of those in his wake that he was spreading alarm and consternation among the people of the commune.

I always knew to a dot just what was due from me in tax, and I always had an argument with Soor, from which Government emerged victorious every time.

Now although a couple of other successes were likewise required, namely, the battle at Katholisch Hennersdorf, in Lusatia, and the battle of Kesseldorf, before this peace took place, still we cannot say that the moral effect of the battle of Soor was nil.

The longer he wore it, the greater the possibility that they would do soor worse, since with their devices they would know exactly when and where he was.

But the idea that the mage had regarded him as so expendable that he would risk his well-being soor, worse, even wished his destructiondisturbed him greatly.