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bott

 (bŏt)
n.
Variant of bot1.

bott

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

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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Bott joined Lilly in 1988 and has held roles of increasing responsibility at the company's headquarters in Indianapolis and affiliates in Switzerland, Germany, and the UK.
Bott was handed a six-month suspended jail term and ordered to perform 250 hours of unpaid work.
Gareth Bott racks |up more points for the Lions; right, playercoach Rob Dignum looks for a gap; below, Ashley Williams on the charge PICTURES: JAMIE GRAY
Bott, who remains missing in action from the Vietnam War.
Meanwhile, joining as senior surveyor, also in the business space team, is Steven Bott, who arrives from CPBIGWOOD chartered surveyors.
Business development manager at Bott, Darren Cooper, said, 'We have tailor-made a number of storage solutions for Konecranes as part of this order.
Principal group program manager Mike Schackwitz has reportedly informed Bott that the support will extend indefinitely and Microsoft's Windows Live Admin site said that they will provide the option to migrate ones account to Office 365 to domain administrators who wish to continue to manage email addresses in their domain.
Andrew Peters, legal manager at Bott & Co, said: 'What we consider to be legitimate claims for compensation have been denied and in our view the issue is clear cut and the passengers have been left with no alternative other than to instruct us to enforce their legal rights through the Courts.
Bott is the first woman to be appointed to the board in company history.
Brian Bott, 76, and from Edgbaston, is a speedway historian and first started supporting the Brummies as a youngster when his aunt and uncle took him to his first meeting.
It was an Anglican high church led in the 1920s by Father J A Bott and his wife.
David Bott, director of innovation programmes at the TSB, said the next phase of the organisation's work in this area will focus on the integration of power sources such as fuel cells with other systems to deal with shifting levels of demand in household and automotive applications.