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 ?
And owing to this inexperience of theirs, and also because the lot was a chance, many of the souls exchanged a good destiny for an evil or an evil for a good.
That vacant lot soon became the most cheerful place in town.
These two are to be sold tomorrow, in the same lot with the St.
Caverly was what the world of New York, in 1832, called poor; that is to say, he had no known bank-stock, did not own a lot on the island, was director of neither bank nor insurance company, and lived in a modest two-story house, in White street.
I was taken prisoner by one of those chaps, carried off to their beastly village and very nearly murdered by a chap who seemed to be a cross between an executioner and a high-priest, and who kept dancing round me, singing a lot of rot and pointing a knife at me.
The lot that your Casby belongs to, is the shabbiest of all the lots.
He never made any bones about his own case; said he'd been a hard lot, was a hard lot yet, and reckoned he'd be a hard lot plumb to the end.
said one of the soldiers, and what a lot of them there are
White's did--that is, I ate hers, you know, lots of it.
It was almost like a lot of boys scramblin' on the sidewalk for a handful of small change.
And he kept on getting still more pets; and of course it cost a lot to feed them.
The old gentleman owned a lot of farms and over a hundred niggers.