Soto

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Soto

(ˈsəʊtəʊ)
n
(Buddhism) a Zen Buddhist school of Japan, characterized by the practice of sitting meditation leading to gradual enlightenment

Soto

(ˈsəʊtəʊ; Spanish ˈsoto)
n
(Biography) See De Soto
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Then Soto came gliding noiselessly into the room, fully dressed, with tireless eyes but wan face,--Soto, the prototype of his master, the most perfect secretary and servant evolved through all the years.
It is of no consequence, Soto," he said,--"no consequence whatever.
Its almost too good to be true," said Sotos wife, Rocio.
In July, Sotos doctor cleared him to go out to field locations.
What attracts many to the job is its link to a career in law enforcement, dispatch supervisor Cathy Sotos said.
I didn't want to be an officer, but I wanted to do something in the field,'' said Sotos, whose husband works with a local sheriff's department.
Sotos, after reviewing scores of historical documents, figures that excess weight gain contributed to Taft's sleep apnea.
Obesity is a risk factor for sleep apnea, probably because fat in the neck obstructs the throat's air passage, Sotos says.
Later, the department suggested that the Sotos adopt the boy, and they gladly agreed.
Now, a county investigation has vindicated the Sotos, finding that social workers violated privacy laws and falsely accused the couple of being unfit to be adoptive parents.