LOT


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LOTList of Tables
LOTPolskie Linie Lotnicze (Polish Airlines)
LOTLack of Talent (band)
LOTLook Over There
LOTLetter of Transmittal
LOTLine of Travel (USPS Address Code Element)
LOTLanguage of Thought (cognitive hypothesis)
LOTLockport, Illinois (Airport Code)
LOTLock on Target
LOTLine of Technology
LOTLife Orientation Test
LOTLife Of Type
LOTLandelijke Onderzoekschool Taalwetenschap (Dutch: The Netherlands National Graduate School of Linguistics)
LOTLoss Of Track
LOTLeak-Off Test
LOTLapped Orthogonal Transform
LOTLine Output Transformer (electronics)
LOTLiaison and Observation Team
LOTLinear Quantizer
LOTLow Observables Technology
LOTLockout Trunk
LOTLocal Office Team
LOTLarge Orbiting Telescope
LOTLocal Office Training
LOTLease Operate and Transfer
LOTline-of-travel sequence (US Postal Service routing method)
LOTLimited Operational Test
LOTLotto-Adecho (Tour de France cycling sponsor)
LOTLoad Out Truss
LOTLimited Operation Test
LOTLibrary of Texas
LOTLicensed Occupational Therapist
LOTLeaders of Tomorrow (various organizations)
References in classic literature ?
John says I musn't lose my strength, and has me take cod liver oil and lots of tonics and things, to say nothing of ale and wine and rare meat.
It seems almost an aggravation to her to remember how purely and piously, how much above the ordinary lot, she has been brought up.
Take a lot of water and add to it a lot of coarse Indian-meal and about a quarter of a lot of salt.
We could make out a bed, and a table, and two old chairs, and lots of things around about on the floor, and there was clothes hanging against the wall.
There doesn't seem to be no need for no one to be contrary when there's flowers an' such like, an' such lots o' friendly wild things runnin' about makin' homes for themselves, or buildin' nests an' singin' an' whistlin', does there?
was the owner of several hundred lots on the island of Manhattan; of one hundred and twenty-three in the city of Brooklyn; of nearly as many in Williamsburg; of large undivided interests in Milwaukie, Chicago, Rock River, Moonville, and other similar places; besides owning a considerable part of a place called Coney Island.
Then Nestor knight of Gerene again spoke, saying: "Cast lots among you to see who shall be chosen.
said one of the soldiers, and what a lot of them there are
He's a lazy sort of chap, hates work, and I guess he only got the job because his uncle had got a lot of shares in the business.
I've been thinking a lot of our talk," he began, "and I've got an idea I'd like to give it a flutter.
You both drew the lot to stay in the huts," she said, addressing Crayford and Steventon.
Forbear," said the Miller to him, "harping on what was of yore, for it is the common lot of mortals to sustain the ups and downs of fortune.