ROT

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AcronymDefinition
ROTRepublic of Texas (biker rally)
ROTRule of Thumb
ROTReign of Terror (band, and also a gaming clan)
ROTRoot of Trust (computing)
ROTRotunda (Portuguese postal usage)
ROTRisk of Trip
ROTRight on Time (Red Hot Chili Peppers song)
ROTRight on Time
ROTTAROM Romanian Air Transport (ICAO code)
ROTRotation
ROTRestraint of Trade
ROTRunning Object Table
ROTRate of Turn
ROTRegistered Orthopedic Technologist (American Society of Orthopedic Professionals)
ROTReturn on Talent
ROTRule of Thirds (photography)
ROTRepublic of Turkey
ROTRetention of Title
ROTRose of Tralee (Ireland)
ROTRise of the Triad (video game)
ROTReally Off Topic
ROTRedundant, Obsolete, Trivial
ROTRunway Occupancy Time
ROTRemaining Operating Time
ROTRetailers' Occupation Tax (Illinois, USA)
ROTRedundant, Outdated, or Trivial (material on web pages; US EPA)
ROTRecord Of Trial
ROTRemotely Operated Tool
ROTReceive Only Terminal
ROTRise Over Thermal (wireless communication systems)
ROTRight Offensive Tackle (football position)
ROTRehabilitate-Own-Transfer (project/financing arrangement)
ROTRise of Tyrants (online game)
ROTRegistered Option Trader
ROTRequirements Operability Test (US Air Force)
ROTRise of Terror (online game)
ROTRevision of Terms (loans)
ROTRolled on Tube (textile business)
ROTReturn on Turnover
ROTRealms of Thoth (gaming)
ROTRadar On Target
ROTResults Oriented Thinking
ROTRight on Test
ROTReapers of Time (gaming clan)
ROTResource Occupancy Time
ROTResidue Off-Site Treatment
ROTRadar-Only Tactic
ROTReign of Tatooine (gaming clan)
ROTRoyal Operating Table (Crossing the Line Ceremony)
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within the record of trial. In cases subject to Article 66, UCMJ,
After receiving the case from the convening authority, the military judge will enter the judgment of the court into the record of trial. (43) The judgment of the court will consist of the Statement of Trial Results and any modifications made due to the action of the convening authority or any post-trial ruling of the military judge that affects the plea, the findings, or the sentence.
Aged five or six, 7/10 Record of trial winners Sharp Novices' (Cheltenham, Nov) 007090 Royal Bond (Fairyhouse, Dec) 1200 Kennel Gate (Ascot, Dec) 00P09 Future Champion Novice (Leopardstown, Dec) 2235U0 Tolworth (Sandown, Jan) 501 Deloitte (Leopardstown, Feb) 7311 Dovecote (Kempton, Feb) 00
(50) Essentially, a victim who desires to present matters for consideration by a convening authority must do so within ten days of receiving the later of "the authenticated record of trial in accordance with Article 54 (e), UCMJ" (51) or "the recommendation of the staff judge advocate or legal officer." (52) This time limit may be extended, by the convening authority or other person taking action, for not more than an additional twenty days upon a victim making a showing of good cause that additional time is required to submit matters.
The record of trial is not clear why it took nearly four months for the War Department to publish General Court-Martial Orders ordering the hanging of PVT Thomas to occur, but they were published on July 1 1, 1945.
In any event, after reviewing West's record of trial, Eisenhower decided to "give the man a chance" after he had served enough of his life sentence to demonstrate that he could be returned to duty.
As this lawyer explained, he wanted a copy of the record of trial in the case because his client thought that the Wayne Powers story might be of "possible value for motion picture adaptation and presentation." (17)
Brady, the division's staff judge advocate, reviewed Homcy's record of trial on 23 October 1944.
Brady, the division's staff judge advocate, reviewed Homey's record of trial on 23 October 1944.
With the record of trial found legally sufficient, and on advice from the Office of the Judge Advocate General of the Army, General Eisenhower denied Private Slovik's request for clemency and ordered his execution on 23 January 1945.
Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces has cautioned--albeit in dictum (47)--that an alleged failure to include an exhibit from the record of trial could render the record of trial incomplete and thus incapable of supporting a sentence that includes a punitive discharge or confinement exceeding six months.
In one memorable instance in early October 2011, after mail services ceased in Iraq due to the closure of facilities, an NCO was flown roundtrip from Baghdad to Kuwait with a record of trial, for the sole purpose of coordinating with Army Central Command (ARCENT) SJA personnel, who put it in the mail.