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 Torchwood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
In Florida, torchwood is found on the west coast only in south Florida but on the east coast, it grows as far north as Flagler County.
Torchwood is in the Rutaceae family which includes the genus Citrus known for its citrus fruits and the genus Amyris, of which torchwood is a member, known for its resinous, fragrant juices.
Torchwood is a medium sized tree that can grow as tall as 40' to 50' but most often is never larger than a bushy shrub.
www.sfrc.ufl.edu /4h/Torchwood/torchwoo.htm   (305 words)

 Torchwood.TV : Torchwood news, commentary & secrets, a Doctor Who spinoff starring John Barrowman and Eve Myles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Based in Cardiff, the Torchwood team delves into the unknown, battling against the impossible in a highly volatile underworld of savage aliens and monsters whilst trying to maintain their everyday lives.
Gwen Cooper is initially an outsider, whose first, chance meeting with Torchwood at the scene of a brutal murder sparks within her a burning curiosity to get to the truth.
Torchwood is written by Russell T Davies and Chris Chibnall, with contributing writers including Peter J Hammond, Toby Whithouse, Noel Clarke, Cath Tregenna, Jacquetta May and Helen Raynor.
torchwoodtv.blogspot.com   (1022 words)

 Torchwood: Flotsam and Jetsam - TV.com
The origins of Torchwood are revealed in "Tooth and Claw"- season 2 of Doctor Who and it is due to the Doctor and Rose it really came into existence.
Torchwood was formed by Queen Victoria after the events of Tooth and Claw.
Torchwood is an anagram of Doctor Who, the show from which the series was spun off of.
www.tv.com /episode/606571/summary.html   (382 words)

 Torchwood - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Torchwood is a British television science fiction and crime drama created by Russell T. Davies and starring John Barrowman and Eve Myles dealing with the machinations and activities of the fictional Torchwood Institute.
Torchwood is set to première in October 2006 on BBC Three.
As Torchwood is scheduled to be shown post-watershed — that is, after 9.00 pm — it is also expected to have more mature content than the parent series.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Torchwood   (1597 words)

 Outpost Gallifrey: Doctor Who News Page
Torchwood is written by Russell T Davies and Chris Chibnall, with contributing writers including PJ Hammond, Toby Whithouse and Helen Raynor.
Torchwood was actually the name used as a security measure to disguise preview tapes of the first episodes of the new Doctor Who to stop them falling into the hands of DVD pirates when they were moved from Wales to BBC headquarters.
Torchwood is a massive coup for BBC Three, and a major commitment û it's the biggest drama we've ever had on the channel.
www.gallifreyone.com /news.php?id=torchwood   (6862 words)

Torchwood (YN-74) was laid down on 22 June 1943 at Stockton, Calif., by the Pollock-Stockton Shipbuilding Co., redesignated AN-55 on 20 January 1944; launched on 19 February 1944; sponsored by Mrs.
Torchwood served in the anchorage at Milne Bay through mid-September and then moved forward to support the landings in the Netherlands East Indies at Morotai.
On 2 July 1945, Torchwood took station in Leyte Gulf with the underwater defense forces and remained there through the end of the war.
www.history.navy.mil /danfs/t7/torchwood.htm   (471 words)

 Torchwood Institute - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While staying at Torchwood House, the Scottish estate of Sir Robert MacLeish, the Queen was attacked by a werewolf, in reality an alien intelligence that planned to infect her with its consciousness by biting her.
The activities of the Torchwood Institute in the 20th century have not yet been revealed, although the organisation was public enough in 1953 for a police Inspector to be aware of it (The Idiot's Lantern).
In 2012, Torchwood is public enough to be mentioned in a television broadcast during the London 2012 Olympics (Fear Her).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Torchwood_Institute   (1038 words)

 Torchwood - Tardis
One of the answers was that the Great Cobalt Pyramid was built on the ruins of the famous Old Earth Torchwood Institute.
Since this story is set on a parallel Earth, the specific Torchwood referenced could be something completely different.
It is later established in "Doomsday" the the parallel Torchwood is similar to that of Rose's universe.
tardis.wikia.com /wiki/Torchwood   (640 words)

 Torchwood.TV : Torchwood news, commentary & secrets, a Doctor Who spinoff starring John Barrowman and Eve Myles
The sets are incredible, especially the HUB (Torchwoods secret base under Millennium Square) it's a large cavernous space with high-tec work stations, a firing range (where we discover Gwen is a crack shot), a morgue and dungeons where Torchwood's resident monster the "Weevil" lives (played as always by Dr Who's brilliant monster-man Paul Casey).
Anyway, with little to no Torchwood news to discuss (bar a short interview on sci-fi wire which can be found here) I thought that I'd invest in some useless conversation, specifically on the subject of fan fiction.
The speculation is that she will be in charge of a London-based Torchwood who has gone a bit astray, in league with the Cybermen and such.
torchwoodtv.blogspot.com /2006_05_01_torchwoodtv_archive.html   (5770 words)

 Torchwood - The TV IV
Torchwood is a British sci-fi crime thriller for adult audiences that will follow the adventures of a team of renegade investigators, led by the enigmatic Captain Jack Harkness, played by John Barrowman.
According to executive producer Russell T Davies, someone in the production office suggested that the tapes be labeled as Torchwood instead of Doctor Who to make them less likely to be stolen in transit by 'television pirates', and he liked the name so much that he kept it for the new show.
Torchwood is a BBC Wales production for BBC Three, written by Russell T Davies and Chris Chibnall, with contributing writers including P J Hammond and Toby Whithouse.
tviv.org /Torchwood   (255 words)

 The Trek BBS: Torchwood, the Christmas Invasion & Canon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Torchwood has existed in all of the Doctors timelines, we've just never heard of them before because they are such a secret organisation.
Torchwood exists in the ninth Doctors timeline for example, with 'Torchwood Institute' being the answer to one of the weakest link questions.
My theory is that Torchwood have been waiting for Doctor number 10 specifically, that being the reason no other Doctors have ran in to them in the past.
www.trekbbs.com /threads/showflat.php?Number=6233207   (1990 words)

Torchwood was an answer in the Weakest Link game in Bad Wolf.
when i say torchwood, i am referring to (to use texan slang) "that big old alien shootamajing used in christmas invasion, duuhhh.......
You're messed up dude, Torchwood isn't the name of a weapon, it's the name of the agency that was set up to investigate paranormal phenomenon - kinda like an X-Files type thing...
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 BBC - Press Office - Torchwood on BBC THREE
"Torchwood is a British sci-fi paranoid thriller, a cop show with a sense of humour," says Russell T Davies.
Set in modern-day Cardiff, Torchwood stars John Barrowman as Captain Jack from Doctor Who; it's in the Christmas special and second series of Doctor Who that the story of Torchwood — a renegade group of investigators — is seeded.
Torchwood is a BBC Wales commission for BBC THREE.
www.bbc.co.uk /pressoffice/pressreleases/stories/2005/10_october/17/torch.shtml   (499 words)

 Torchwood - Episode Guide
Torchwood will launch in the Christmas special and second season of Doctor Who.
The series will center on Torchwood, a renegade group of investigators.
"Torchwood is a British sci-fi paranoid thriller, a cop show with a sense of humor," Davies said in a statement.
scifi411.com /Shows/torchwood.html   (340 words)

 Production Starts On Torchwood
Production began earlier this month on the new Doctor Who spin off series Torchwood and producer Russell T. Davies revealed that the series has a somewhat darker and grittier feel to it than what you would see in Doctor Who.
Torchwood will star John Barrowman who will be reprising the role of 51st century con man Captain Jack Harkness that he originated in the first season of Doctor Who.
Torchwood also includes much of the same writing talent that has made the new series of Doctor Who a resounding success.
scifipulse.net /Dr_Who/RTD_TORCHWOODMay2006.html   (394 words)

 Torchwood - Science-Fiction & Fantasy forums
He said: "Torchwood will be a dark, clever, wild, sexy, British crime/sci-fi paranoid thriller cop show with a sense of humour - the X Files meets This Life," the latter a reference to the groundbreaking Nineties BBC drama about a group of young lawyers in Bristol.
Torchwood will be shown next summer on BBC3 in 13 episodes, each lasting 45 minutes.
Torchwood is the latest morphing of one of the BBC's most famous shows, which first reached the screens in 1963, although the programme will be distinct from Doctor Who and no stories will directly cross over between the two projects.
www.chronicles-network.com /forum/8010-torchwood.html   (2129 words)

 Torchwood, A Tri-Stat DX Game
Unbenownst to most travelers, Cardiff also is home to a rift in space-time which makes some form of space or time-travel slightly less difficult, and since 1869, a highly unusual number of, er, highly unusuals, have come to Cardiff.
Torchwood is a conspiracy game loosely based on the upcoming Torchwood BBC Three serial starring John Barrowman — because it has not aired yet we can just take the premise and ignore canon — there isn’t any.
If you have not heard of Torchwood, it is a spin-off of the recent “Doctor Who” television series — if you have not watched “Doctor Who” lately or at all — don’t worry, you won’t need to and in fact I encourage you to play anyway!
www.angelfire.com /planet/torchwood/index.html   (1001 words)

 BBC NEWS | Wales | Doctor Who spin-off made in Wales
A "sexy, funny" spin-off from the Doctor Who television series, is to be made by BBC Wales and set in Cardiff.
Torchwood, which is aimed at adults, stars John Barrowman as Captain Jack - one of the main characters from the recent Doctor Who series.
Mr Davies said the name Torchwood was used as a security measure during the production of Doctor Who to disguise preview tapes of the first episodes.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/wales/4349120.stm   (468 words)

 Torchwood. New TV series from BBC Wales for BBC Three. Frequently Asked Questions and latest news about Torchwood.
Torchwood is a new series by BBC Wales for BBC Three.
While Torchwood may not be a UNIT scientific advisory arm, they do have links to the Government.
Torchwood has a large contingent of staff which could make for an interesting series.
www.sylvestermccoy.com /torchwood   (1448 words)

 Torchwood TV Show - Torchwood Television Show - TV.com
A spin-off from the "Doctor Who" series, Torchwood follows the adventures of a team of investigators as they use alien technology to solve crimes, both alien and human.
Gwen Cooper is a police officer, and her latest asignment doesn't seem too out of the ordinary; disguised as a pizza girl, she is to infultrate an organisation called "Torchwood".
A full trailer for Torchwood has now aired on BBC television.
www.tv.com /torchwood/show/50470/summary.html   (196 words)

 Gusworld Blog » Blog Archive » Torchwood should be good, touch wood
Torchwood, due some time in 2006, will be an adult-oriented drama, set in Cardiff and featuring Captain Jack Harkness, the character portrayed by John Barrowman who created such a splash in the latter half of the latest Who run — not least because of his willingness to sleep with every passing alien, regardless of gender.
The dominant character is Captain Jack Absolute (shades of Torchwood, perhaps), played with Hugh Laurie-like flair by Nicholas Boulton.
There he works with alien tecnology to fight aliens and humans, with a program called Torchwood that started thanks to Queen Vic (who is actually a werewolf) you’ll understaind more later in the series.
www.gusworld.com.au /blog/?p=32   (701 words)

Torchwood is due to start on October 22nd at 10pm.
This is a fan site and is not associated, endorsed by or affiliated with the BBC or any companies that produce Doctor Who, or Torchwood related products.
Doctor Who, Torchwood, its logo, character names, and related names are © BBC Worldwide 2006.
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 Papua New Guinea Forum - Torchwood - Doctor Who spin-off
I could have easily missed Torchwood being referenced for the very first time if I had bought Volume 4 when it was released at the beginning of the month before the Torchwood announcement.
Outpost Gallifrey has learned that filming of the first series of Torchwood, the Doctor Who spinoff series starring John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness, has been delayed until the summer, likely June or July.
The new issue of Doctor Who Magazine confirms that James Hawes will no longer be the producer for the spin-off series, with Russell T Davies saying that a replacement has been appointed and will be announced when the ink is dry on the contract.
www.pngbd.com /forum/printthread.php?t=14146   (818 words)

 Texas Native Plants Database   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
It is found only in the chaparral and thickets in the very southernmost Rio Grande Plains and north along the Coastal Prairies and Marshes, often in sandy soils.
Texas torchwood is generally an understory shrub that can grow in semi-shade or sun.
Torchwoods are very tolerant of heat and drought, and because of this, plus their attractive foliage, long blooming period, fragrant flowers and value to wildlife, they are beginning to be used in landscaping in the southernmost part of the state.
aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu /ornamentals/nativeshrubs/amyristexan.htm   (169 words)

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