intransitive verb see stot

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  • Stott — Recorded in several forms including the usual Stott, Stotte, Stoat, Stoate, Stoad, and Stutt, this ancient surname is of pre 7th century Olde English origins. It derives from the word stot meaning cattle , and was originally given either as an… …   Surnames reference

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  • Stott Pilates — is a contemporary approach to the original Pilates exercise method developed by the late Joseph Pilates as well as an international company based in Toronto, Canada that specializes in Pilates education, equipment and accessories for home and… …   Wikipedia

  • Stott Park Bobbin Mill — was built in 1835 by John Harrison. Located near Newby Bridge, Cumbria, England, it provided the wooden bobbins to the Lancashire weaving and spinning industry, up to a quarter of a million bobbins per week.External links* [http://www.english… …   Wikipedia

  • Stott Baronets — The Stott Baronetcy, of Stanton in the County of Gloucester, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It was created on 3 July 1920 for the architect, civil engineer and surveyor Philip Stott. The second Baronet was an architect and… …   Wikipedia

  • Stott Despoja, Natasha — ▪ 1997       Though young members of Parliament were rare in Australia and young women members were even rarer, in 1996 Natasha Stott Despoja became the youngest woman ever elected to sit in the Senate. The 27 year old Democrat, who represented… …   Universalium

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