LOT


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AcronymDefinition
LOTList of Tables
LOTLeaders of Tomorrow (various organizations)
LOTPolskie Linie Lotnicze (Polish Airlines)
LOTLack of Talent (band)
LOTLook Over There
LOTLetter of Transmittal
LOTLyric Opera Theatre (various locations)
LOTLine of Travel (USPS Address Code Element)
LOTLicensed Occupational Therapist
LOTLanguage of Thought (cognitive hypothesis)
LOTLockport, Illinois (Airport Code)
LOTLeft Occiput Transverse (fetal position)
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
LOTLibrary of Texas
LOTLeak-Off Test
LOTLapped Orthogonal Transform
LOTLine Output Transformer (electronics)
LOTLiaison and Observation Team
LOTLinear Override Tool (energy production)
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
References in classic literature ?
But when he had time to reflect, and saw what was in the lot, he began to beat his breast and lament over his choice, forgetting the proclamation of the prophet; for, instead of throwing the blame of his misfortune on himself, he accused chance and the gods, and everything rather than himself.
That vacant lot soon became the most cheerful place in town.
Spects they's gwine to trade ye off with a lot o' cracked tea-pots and sich like!" said Sambo, with a provoking grin.
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 think I was pretty useful, for you see I was the only chap there who knew even a bit about engineering or practical surveying, and I'd sit up all night lots of times working the thing out.
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.
"Hark at them roaring there in the Fifth Company!" said one of the soldiers, and what a lot of them there are!"
Just as it is when the PRETTY hair-ribbons come in the barrels after a lot of faded-out brown ones.
I've heard him tell of selling three Market street lots in San Francisco for fifty dollars each.
And he kept on getting still more pets; and of course it cost a lot to feed them.
The Shepherdsons and Grangerfords used the same steam- boat landing, which was about two mile above our house; so sometimes when I went up there with a lot of our folks I used to see a lot of the Shepherdsons there on their fine horses.