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  Kryptic Tales of Middle-earth
It would be interesting if the first Elf-minstrels, who in later ages could "make the things of which they sing appear before the eyes of those that listen", made such songs of power that their audiences saw again the terrifying and mystical shadow shapes which crept around their otherwise pleasant world.
Orome led the Eldar west through a frightening, large, unknown world to the western shores of Middle-earth, and from there most of the Eldar departed to a land of light.
It is difficult to imagine the High Elves of Aman dwelling on the ghosts and demons of their past.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/tolkien/38329   (430 words)

  Middle-earth Mythology - Orome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Orome was the brother of Nessa and one of the eight Aratar.
In ancient times, he rode often in the forests of Middle-earth, and it was he who first discovered the Eldar at CuiviƩnen.
Orome brought the race of the Mearas, a type of horse, to Middle-Earth.
realgoodwin.com /middle-earth/character.php?id=203&Specie=Ainur   (213 words)

 Amazon.com: orome: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Dolgok orome by Anna Lesznai (Unknown Binding - 1985)
A Szegenyek orome: Magyar irok elbeszelesei 1900-1945 (Diakkonyvtar) (Unknown Binding - 1975)
A Szegenyek orome: Magyar irok elbeszelesei (1900-1945) (Diakkonyvtar) (Unknown Binding - 1977)
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=orome&index=books&page=1   (849 words)

 SourceForge.net: Orome
Orome is a tool for automating System or Acceptance tests (also Unit test though this is not the focus) for web-based systems.
Orome takes a set of static HTML pages defining a walkthrough of (part of) the systems and tests it against the running system.
SourceForge.net is introducing a new feature that will let you buy or sell services for Open Source projects right from the site.
sourceforge.net /projects/orome   (145 words)

 tauron_w: Sighing, Orome lingers under the trees i   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Sighing, Orome lingers under the trees in Edoras, watching the people around him celibrate unknown festivities.
Orome tries to brightly smile like he usually does, and fails miserably.
Getting up, Orome puts his journal away and climbs the tree be was laying under.
www.greatestjournal.com /users/tauron_w/1161.html   (227 words)

 Amazon.com: orome: DVD   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
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www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=orome&index=dvd&page=1   (125 words)

 tauron_w: Sitting up in a tree, Orome's eyes were   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Sitting up in a tree, Orome's eyes were casted upon the sky above.
It was never this hectic-feeling up where he used to live with the other valar.
Sighing, Orome stoked the branch of the tree and smiled to himself a little before standing up, leaning on the trunk of the tree.
www.greatestjournal.com /users/tauron_w/970.html   (142 words)

 [ELFWOOD] SF&F Art / Meagan Reid / 'Orome upon Nahar'
It's a huge help knowing what ur supposed to be drawing.
(and uve probably got a huge load better since this pic was up, just searched for orome and this is one of the first results, thought id comment:P) Click here to view ALL comments.
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elfwood.lysator.liu.se /loth/m/e/meaganchic1/oromeuponnahar.jpg.html   (438 words)

 TheOneRing.net™ | Barliman's Chat Room | The Hall of Fire | Log 09/23/2000 : The Hobbit
<Tookish> i agree orome, it is a bit on the violent sides, one of my few qualms with the story
<Tookish> ah, A Thief in the Night Orome
<Tookish> yes Orome, because he doesn't know Gandalf scratched a sign into his freshly painted door
www.theonering.net /barlimans/hall_logs/092300_p.html   (6303 words)

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