Stote
Stote \Stote\ (st[=o]t), n. (Zo["o]l.) See {Stoat}. [1913 Webster]

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  • Summercamp Nightmare — Infobox Album Name = Summercamp Nightmare Type = studio Longtype = Artist = 3 Released = 2003 Recorded = IIWII studios in Weehawken, NJ The Temple of Stote Genre = Alternative rock Length = 60:36 Label = Planet Noise Records Producer = Tom Benton …   Wikipedia

  • 3 (band) — For the 1980s progressive rock band, see 3 (1980s band). Infobox musical artist Name = 3 |220px Img capt = The End Is Begun Promotional Photo Background = group or band Alias = Three Origin = Woodstock, New York, USA Genre = Progressive rock… …   Wikipedia

  • Stoade — This interesting surname of English origin with variant spelling Stote, Stute, Stott, Stoite, Stoade, etc., is derived from the Medieval English Stott meaning a bullock and was originally given as a metonymic occupational name to a keeper of the… …   Surnames reference

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