PLOT


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AcronymDefinition
PLOTPublic Library Online Templates (library website program; Canada)
PLOTPorous-Layer Open-Tubular (chromatograph)
PLOTPartager Lire Ouvrir Transmettre (French: Read Share Submit Open; publication; Paris, France)
PLOTPlatform Omgevingstechnologie
PLOTPlanes Locales de Ordenamiento Territorial (Guatemala)
PLOTPortable Liquid Oxygen Therapy (tank)
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One fine day Tess and 'Liza-Lu worked on here with their neighbours till the last rays of the sun smote flat upon the white pegs that divided the plots.
It was on one of the couch-burning plots that she laboured with her fork, its four shining prongs resounding against the stones and dry clods in little clicks.
I am conversant with the plot of those who took him.
Instantly he knew that he was the victim of a plot, and that far from rescuing his son he had himself fallen into the hands of his enemies.
The plots, in that kingdom, are usually the workmanship of those persons who desire to raise their own characters of profound politicians; to restore new vigour to a crazy administration; to stifle or divert general discontents; to fill their coffers with forfeitures; and raise, or sink the opinion of public credit, as either shall best answer their private advantage.
Due to the high rate of saturation in the locality, Wapda Town remained quite stable for both 10-marla and 1-kanal plots, with rates increasing by 0.
Before the apex court, the government took the ground that Ramzan had absolutely no right on the plot as the land had never been demarcated or numbered as a plot and thus not made part of any housing scheme.
The plot you bought in the past can yield significant returns today.
According to the notification, the matter of possession of Plot measuring 3 kanals allotted in the name of Ch.
Sources further stated that in light of the rules and regulations, a senior judge of the Supreme Court is entitled to allotment of the plot that ex-CJP is vying for.
First, they are small enough, at around a quarter to a half acre, that any deer that enters the plot is likely to wind up within bow range.
Gary Aston, who has a plot at a Camperdown allotments site, has received a letter saying his fee will be pounds 180 from next year, twice his current charge of pounds 90.