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Pory
Pory Por"y, a. Porous; as, pory stone. [R.] Dryden.

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- Pory may refer to: Pory Island, Mumbai John Pory, English government administrator and writer Robert Pory, archdeacon This disambiguation page lists articles...
- John Pory (1572–1636) was an English politician, administrator, traveller and author of the Jacobean and Caroline eras; the skilled linguist may have been...
- Elephanta Island (also called Gharapuri (literally "the city of caves") or Pory Island) is one of a number of islands in Mumbai Harbour, east of Mumbai,...
- Robert Pory or Porey (c.1608?–1669) was an English churchman, archdeacon of Middle**** from 1660. Pory was a son of Robert Pory, born in London, probably...
- Pierre-Marie Pory-Papy, born on 3 May 1805 in Saint-Pierre, Martinique and died on 27 January 1874 in Versailles, Seine-et-Oise, was a French lawyer and...
- by the Duchess of Buckingham, the Countess of Westmorland, and John Pory. John Pory included a brief account of her death in a letter to Thomas Puckering...
- Auguste-François Perrinon, Abolitionist Member of Parliament Pierre-Marie Pory-Papy, first black Martinician to become a lawyer, a mayor of Saint-Pierre...
- John Pory (1502/03–1570) was an English churchman and academic, Master of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Born at Thrapstone, Northamptonshire, Pory was...
- treatise of all the lands undescribed. Translated and collected by John Pory. London: G. Bishop. The first translation into English. Leo Afric**** (1896)...
- the epistolary novel Pory roku (1996). Jastrzebiec-Mosakowski's Footprints in the Sand (Slady na piasku, 1994) and Four Seasons (Pory roku, 1996) are set...