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  • Vor, senior officer of Radical Dreamers and member of the flag Dream Reapers, sails the Midnight Ocean.
  • VOR-wa vöčuol objekt riolaisa dè suokxie.
  • VOR (Very high frequency Omnidirectional Radio range) is an
  • Vor was a normal Matoran on Engima City for several hundred years. During this time, he befriended another Matoran named Adir, and became his most trusted companion. One day, as he was going along his normal duties, he found Adir battered and almost dead on the road. As he noticed his friend's colorful costume, Adir told him with his dying breath that he was the wielder of the Grammar Hammer, a weapon of immense power. He was battling his arch enemy the Grand One to the death, a battle which Adir had lost. He then gave Vor the Hammer and told him that he was chosen to wield the legendary weapon next. Vor picked up the Hammer and was instantly transformed with the same costume Adir had. He also gained much knowledge and also found that he was in charge of guarding an supreme weapon made by
  • While Vors seemed inscrutable and nearly emotionless by Human standards, they were capable of creating music that was considered beautiful both by the Vors themselves and by members of other species. Throughout the galaxy, the Vors were renowned for the Cathedral of Winds, a colossal building on Vortex that created music by vibrating with the wind. Annually, the Vors played a concert in the Cathedral, flying through it to open and close windows and doors, using the Cathedral like an organ. The structure became one of the Twenty Wonders of the Galaxy but was generally considered a myth until the Vors joined the Old Republic.
  • The Vor, otherwise known as the Vor class, were the military caste and the aristocracy of the planet Barrayar. Barrayarans who were not Vor were occasionally referred to in the books as plebes or proles. Vor status was considered genetic, hereditary, and inescapable. All Vor surnames began with the syllable Vor-, often prefixed to a recognizable surname from some Earth nation (e.g. Vorsmythe).
  • Developed from earlier Visual-Aural Range (VAR) systems the VOR was designed to provide 360 courses to and from the station selectable by the pilot. Early vacuum tube transmitters with mechanically-rotated antennas were widely installed in the 1950s, and began to be replaced with fully solid-state units in the early 1960s. They became the major radio navigation system in the 1960s, when they took over from the older radio beacon and four-course (low/medium frequency range) system. Some of the older range stations survived, with the four-course directional features removed, as non-directional low or medium frequency radiobeacons (NDBs).
  • The Vors were a sentient species inhabiting the Mid Rim world Vortex. They were thin, brittle-boned reptilian mammals who flew on leathery wings. Although they were a flying species, they lived in underground hummocks. While Vors seemed inscrutable and nearly emotionless by Human standards, they were capable of creating music that was considered beautiful both by the Vors themselves and by members of other species.
  • Los vors eran los habitantes del planeta Vortex en el Borde Medio. Eran reptiles delgados de huesos huecos que volaban con alas de piel. Aunque eran una especie voladora, vivían en casas subterráneas. Si bien los vors parecían inescrutables y casi sin emociones ante los estándares humanos, eran capaces de crear gran belleza con su música. Poco después de que los yuuzhan vong conquistaran Duro, Vortex también cayó ante los invasores extragalácticos. Se desconoce el destino de la Catedral de los Vientos bajo la ocupación yuuzhan vong.
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  • Jedi Counseling 22: Sever Force
  • Jedi Counseling 42: Wing Things
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  • Vor was a normal Matoran on Engima City for several hundred years. During this time, he befriended another Matoran named Adir, and became his most trusted companion. One day, as he was going along his normal duties, he found Adir battered and almost dead on the road. As he noticed his friend's colorful costume, Adir told him with his dying breath that he was the wielder of the Grammar Hammer, a weapon of immense power. He was battling his arch enemy the Grand One to the death, a battle which Adir had lost. He then gave Vor the Hammer and told him that he was chosen to wield the legendary weapon next. Vor picked up the Hammer and was instantly transformed with the same costume Adir had. He also gained much knowledge and also found that he was in charge of guarding an supreme weapon made by the Cosmic Entity who also had created the Hammer. With his newfound power, he went and waged battle with the Grand One, besting him and forcing him into a pocket dimension. He then became part of the Superteam The Impossibles. He later joined fellow teammate Cowman in assisting Kahinuva to get home, but was interrupted by Vortinus. Kahinuva then volunteered to become Kahinova and siphon off energy to the Grammar Hammer so that Vor could teleport the whole island to The Comic Land. However, the Hammer did not have the power to teleport Kahinuva, Cowman, and Vor to the planet that housed the Comic Land and they were ripped through the Time-Space Continuum and into an unknown dimension where Kahinuva was a world-wanted Terrorist.
  • The Vors were a sentient species inhabiting the Mid Rim world Vortex. They were thin, brittle-boned reptilian mammals who flew on leathery wings. Although they were a flying species, they lived in underground hummocks. While Vors seemed inscrutable and nearly emotionless by Human standards, they were capable of creating music that was considered beautiful both by the Vors themselves and by members of other species. Throughout the galaxy, the Vors were renowned for the Cathedral of Winds, a colossal building on Vortex that created music by vibrating with the wind. Annually, the Vors played a concert in the Cathedral, flying through it to open and close windows and doors, using the Cathedral like an organ. The structure became one of the Twenty Wonders of the Galaxy but was generally considered a myth until the Vors joined the Old Republic. However, the Vors still had few extra-planetary interests. When the Galactic Empire replaced the Republic, the Vors felt repelled and refused to play their annual concert again. In 11 ABY, they began playing their music again and they invited dignitaries from the New Republic, which had since succeeded the Empire. However, remnants of the Empire sabotaged the event, and the Cathedral was destroyed, with the blame initially going to the New Republic. Once the real guilty party was identified, the Vors—who had already built a new Cathedral—joined the New Republic. They aided that government during the Yuuzhan Vong's invasion of the galaxy years later.
  • Los vors eran los habitantes del planeta Vortex en el Borde Medio. Eran reptiles delgados de huesos huecos que volaban con alas de piel. Aunque eran una especie voladora, vivían en casas subterráneas. Si bien los vors parecían inescrutables y casi sin emociones ante los estándares humanos, eran capaces de crear gran belleza con su música. Por generaciones, el centro de su civilación fue la Catedral de los Vientos, una estructura cristalina de apariencia orgánica. Mientras los fuertes vientos de Vortex soplaban por la estructura, los vors abrían y cerraban ventanas y ventilas para crear música de la naturaleza. Grabar los conciertos de la Catedral de los Vientos estaa prohibido, asegurando que cada interpretación permanecería totalmente única. En el 11 DBY, los vors sufrieron un desastre cunado el caza estelar B-wing del almirante Ackbar, dañado por sabotaje Imperial, chocó en la Catedral, matando a 358 vors y destruyendo por completo a la magnífica estructura. Los vors, con ayuda de un equipo de la Nueva República dirigido por Wedge Antilles y Qwi Xux, comenzaron de inmediato la reconstrucción. Toda la música se detuvo en Vortex hasta que la Catedral se completó. Varios meses después, cuando se construyó la nueva Catedral, el almirante Ackbar y otros dignatarios de la Nueva República fueron invitados al primer concierto como un gesto de reconciliación. Poco después de que los yuuzhan vong conquistaran Duro, Vortex también cayó ante los invasores extragalácticos. Se desconoce el destino de la Catedral de los Vientos bajo la ocupación yuuzhan vong.
  • Vor, senior officer of Radical Dreamers and member of the flag Dream Reapers, sails the Midnight Ocean.
  • VOR-wa vöčuol objekt riolaisa dè suokxie.
  • VOR (Very high frequency Omnidirectional Radio range) is an
  • The Vor, otherwise known as the Vor class, were the military caste and the aristocracy of the planet Barrayar. Barrayarans who were not Vor were occasionally referred to in the books as plebes or proles. Vor status was considered genetic, hereditary, and inescapable. All Vor surnames began with the syllable Vor-, often prefixed to a recognizable surname from some Earth nation (e.g. Vorsmythe). The prefix Vor- was dropped during the officer candidacy exams for the Barrayaran Imperial Service (though not in the service itself) to emphasize the ideal of meritocracy. While Vor men were typically expected to be involved in military or government service, Vor women were traditionally responsible for running the estates and household. One Vor privilege was the right to own swords: The traditional armament of a Vor warrior was a set of two swords, a longsword and a short sword. Officers who were Vor wore these with their Imperial Service parade uniforms. Vor women carried a Vorfemme knife and men in a Count's family sometimes carried a Vor seal dagger.
  • While Vors seemed inscrutable and nearly emotionless by Human standards, they were capable of creating music that was considered beautiful both by the Vors themselves and by members of other species. Throughout the galaxy, the Vors were renowned for the Cathedral of Winds, a colossal building on Vortex that created music by vibrating with the wind. Annually, the Vors played a concert in the Cathedral, flying through it to open and close windows and doors, using the Cathedral like an organ. The structure became one of the Twenty Wonders of the Galaxy but was generally considered a myth until the Vors joined the Old Republic. However, the Vors still had few extra-planetary interests. When the Galactic Empire replaced the Republic, the Vors felt repelled and refused to play their annual concert again. In 11 ABY, they began playing their music again and they invited dignitaries from the New Republic, which had since succeeded the Empire. However, remnants of the Empire sabotaged the event, and the Cathedral was destroyed, with the blame initially going to the New Republic. Once the real guilty party was identified, the Vors — who had already built a new Cathedral — joined the New Republic. They aided that government during the Yuuzhan Vong's invasion of the galaxy years later.
  • Developed from earlier Visual-Aural Range (VAR) systems the VOR was designed to provide 360 courses to and from the station selectable by the pilot. Early vacuum tube transmitters with mechanically-rotated antennas were widely installed in the 1950s, and began to be replaced with fully solid-state units in the early 1960s. They became the major radio navigation system in the 1960s, when they took over from the older radio beacon and four-course (low/medium frequency range) system. Some of the older range stations survived, with the four-course directional features removed, as non-directional low or medium frequency radiobeacons (NDBs). The VOR's major advantage is that the radio signal provides a reliable line (radial) to or from the station which can be selected and easily followed by the pilot. A worldwide network of "air highways", known in the US as Victor Airways (below 18,000 feet) and "jet routes" (at and above 18,000 feet), was set up linking the VORs and airports. An aircraft could follow a specific path from station to station by tuning the successive stations on the VOR receiver, and then either following the desired course on a Radio Magnetic Indicator, or setting it on a conventional VOR indicator (shown below) or a Horizontal Situation Indicator (HSI, a more sophisticated version of the VOR indicator) and keeping a course pointer centered on the display. VORs also provided considerably greater accuracy and reliability than NDBs due to a combination of factors in their construction -- specifically, less course bending around terrain features and coastlines, and less interference from thunderstorms. Although VOR transmitters were more expensive to install and maintain, today VOR has almost entirely replaced the low/medium frequency ranges and beacons in civilian aviation, and is now in the process of being supplanted by the Global Positioning System (GPS). Because they work in the VHF band, VOR stations rely on "line of sight" -- if the transmitting antenna could not be seen on a perfectly clear day from the receiving antenna, a useful signal would not be received. This limits VOR (and DME) range to the horizon -- or closer if mountains intervene. This means that an extensive network of stations is needed to provide reasonable coverage along main air routes. The VOR network is a significant cost in operating the current airway system, although the modern solid state transmitting equipment requires much less maintenance than the older units.
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