VOT


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AcronymDefinition
VOTVoice Onset Time (Speech Perception)
VOTVoice of Thanksgiving
VOTVoice of Tibet (Oslo, Norway)
VOTVictims of Trafficking
VOTVoice of the Theater (speaker system; Altec Lansing)
VOTVOR Test Facility
VOTValue Over Time
VOTVeterans of Truth
VOTVHF Omni Test
VOTVoice of Tranquility (band)
VOTNavy Operational Training Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation)
VOTVerification of Treatment (medical records)
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Vot is de reason a big man like you has got only a dollar und a quarter?"
"Vot is com'd to mein kraut?" screamed all the vrows, "It has been done to rags for this hour!"
Farebrother, he would have voted for him, whatever Bulstrode might have felt on the subject: he did not intend to be a vassal of Bulstrode's.
And to think that I once voted against that angel for Inspector of Gate-latches in Public Squares!"
Peter sided with him, but the rest of us voted down the suggestion.
"The proposal for this scientific undertaking was officially made, yesterday, at the rooms of the Royal Geographical Society, and the sum of twenty-five hundred pounds was voted to defray the expenses of the enterprise.
Miss Bridget had always exprest so great a regard for what the ladies are pleased to call virtue, and had herself maintained such a severity of character, that it was expected, especially by Wilkins, that she would have vented much bitterness on this occasion, and would have voted for sending the child, as a kind of noxious animal, immediately out of the house; but, on the contrary, she rather took the good-natured side of the question, intimated some compassion for the helpless little creature, and commended her brother's charity in what he had done.
In proof of this there is the fact that the majority of the council voted for such a retreat, and above all there is the well-known conversation after the council, between the commander in chief and Lanskoy, who was in charge of the commissariat department.
It was a pleasant evening indeed, and we voted that as a social function on Endeavour Island it had not yet been eclipsed.
But in all such Cases the Votes of both Houses shall be determined by Yeas and Nays, and the Names of the Persons voting for and against the Bill shall be entered on the Journal of each House respectively.
All hands voted Queequeg a noble trump; the captain begged his pardon.
The former, in which the people voted by centuries, was so arranged as to give a superiority to the patrician interest; in the latter, in which numbers prevailed, the plebian interest had an entire predominancy.