lotter

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lotter

(ˈlɒtə)
n
(Horticulture) someone who rents or works an allotment
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To obtain a Bayesian 95% credible interval for prevalence (online Technical Appendix), we used the computational methods of Lotters et al.
Lotters S, Kielgast J, Sztatecsny M, Wagner N, Schulte U, Werner P, et al.
Address for correspondence: Stefan Lotters, Trier University, Biogeography, 54286 Trier, Germany; email: loetters@uni-trier.
Lotters ransacked shops and vandalised properties amid ugly scenes of violence and destruction.
Mark Lotter provided an outlet for thieves - and his firm, Lotters Independent Traders, mirrored Del's in TV's Only Fools & Horses.
Lotter, 44, and wife Tracey, 35, of Dagenham, Essex, admitted a string of dishonesty charges.
Mother-of-four Mrs Lotter, who organised eBay sales for her illiterate husband, got a one-year suspended sentence.
As a result of the decline in the price of beef in the dry season in mid 2003, feed lotters having stocks in their farms could no longer afford to buy feed as the production cost and selling price are no longer proportional As a result feedlotters decided to sell their livestock.
If young cows generally imported from Australia, are no longer profitable and feed lotters had to turn to locally bred cow to feed their meat canning industry, the population of cow in the country will soon shrink without imports of young cows.
When FAMDEGUA asked the small (about 20 members) but active Davis group to switch from assisting victims of the violence to helping two men who had been among the perpetrators, the Lotters had to think hard.
McConahay said after first meeting the Lotters she became convinced this story represented an important turn of events.
Los autores desean expresar su agradecimiento a Carlos Villa, Cesar Molina, Enrique La Marca, Fernando Castro, Maria Paz Consuegra, Patricio Hernaez, Pablo Masis Holdridge y Stephan Lotters por sus valiosos comentarios y sugerencias para el manuscrito.