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bote

(bəʊt)
n
compensation given for injury or damage to property
References in classic literature ?
When I comes from behind dis bar, I t'rows yehs bote inteh deh street.
Hereafter we refer to these equations as the BOTE (back-of-the-envelope) model.
The Recipient does bear adjunct-like marking, but the languages do not resort to atypical ways of coding, which is clearly the case in languages like Bote and Vietnam (see Examples [18] and [19]).
I-Sang Yun, Funf Stucke fur Klavier (1958), (Berlin/Wiesbaden: Bote & Bock, 1962).
The petitioner established that 14% of the population of Jackson County were persons with Mexican or Latin-American surnames, and that 11% of the males over 21 bote such names.
Other standouts include ``Bote Bote Va,'' a traditional children's song from Cuba.
thorn]e ffader of heuene is foundeor of [thorn]is abbeye and [thorn]e holygost is wardeyn and visitour as ze bok telle[thorn] / Bote no[thorn]eles [thorn]auh hit beo so [thorn]at an abbey haue neuer / so good a ffoundeour or a visytour but zif [thorn]ei haue also / goode dedes and chartres of heore places wher [thorn]orw [thorn]ei / mowe kepe heore londes rentes and ffraunchises ofte sy/[thorn]es perauenture [thorn]ei schul ben greued and soffre muche per/secucion of heore enemys and of false men .
per is nopynge pat so put awey wyckede and vnclene poug3tes as doop good occupacioun in holy scripture, to pe whyche a good womman, and specially a mayde, schulde so vse al here herte and wit pat, pei3 sche wolde, sche mowe not penke bote on Godes lawe.
Alexei Lubimov: Der Bote (ECM New Series 1771 461-2)
En una reciente cosecha, dos hombres de unos 75 anos trabajan desde un bote frente a la playa, colocando bolsas de 25 kilos llenas de alga en su chinchorro.
BOOK hero Harry Potter is to be translated into Chinese where he will be known as Hali Bote.