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bott

 (bŏt)
n.
Variant of bot1.
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bott

(bɒt)
n
(Animals) a variant spelling of bot1
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bot

(bɒt)

n.
the larva of a botfly.
[1425–75; late Middle English]

bot

(bɒt)

n.
a device or piece of software that can execute commands or perform routine tasks, as electronic searches, usually without user intervention (often used in combination): intelligent infobots; shopping bots.
[1985–90; shortening of robot]

bot.

1. botanical.
2. botanist.
3. botany.
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Commenting on the development, Liberty Building Solutions' chief executive officer, Richard Botting, said: "As the sole remaining UK manufacturer of conduit, Barton has been a reliable provider of cable management systems in the uniquely challenging Middle East conditions."
The competition's organisers have also introduced the DaphneTodd Prize worth PS2,000, and also offers a second prize worth PS4,000, a young artist award worth PS4,000 and the Brian Botting Award for outstanding representation of the human form worth PS5,000.
Trevor Botting, commissioner of the police, asked Monday night through the Facebook account of the institution that has data on the death to communicate with the Serious Crimes Unit.
Cathleen Botting, from Surrey and her horse 'Bristol Blue', took to the show ground, with Cathleen sporting a handmade costume based on an antique painting from the 1840s.
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Botting and other cheating programs will be handled by game security service provider Cheat Defender.
For those totally out of the loop, one of the most common threats to the game's community is botting. Prior to the recent ban wave, bots could take advantage of Niantic's code and tell users where to find the rarest monsters via a scanning application.
Edwards, brings together thirteen chapters by, among others, Roger Luckhurst, Sara Wasson, Isabella van Elferen (co-writing with Charlie Blake), Alan Gregory, Maisha Wester, Linnie Blake, and Peter Schwenger--all experts on specific aspects or fields of the Gothic--as well as an opening essay on "Technospectrality" by Fred Botting. The topics explored range from media technology to sonic media, from biomedical horror (including discussions of death/undeath, organ transplants, nano- and biotechnologies) to the textuality of the Gothic and its relation to technology.
Victoria Botting, who is the newly-appointed president of student volunteer service Cardiff Marrow, said she owes everything to the donor who enabled her to lead a full and healthy life.
The attention paid to the interplay between the modernist and the postmodernist short story is already announced in the title of part two, "The Subject Vanishes: Modernist Contraction, Postmodernist Effacement and the Short Story Genre," with contributions by three international experts on the short story: Tim Armstong, Fred Botting and Paul March-Russell.
David Botting, in the essay, "Why modal pluralism does not require normative pluralism," wants to demonstrate that my introduction of multi-modal argumentation (Gilbert 1997) (a) does not require introducing diverse forms of argument appraisal, and (b) all arguments in any of the modes, whether logical, emotional, kisceral, or visceral, can be reduced to logically deductive arguments.