shotte

shotte

(ʃəʊt)
n
an archaic spelling of shoat
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"The inventory-to-sales ratio is a measure of the time, in months, required to exhaust inventories if sales were to remain at their current level," said CIBC analyst Rob Shotte. "Overall, 16 of the 25 wholesale trade industries reported higher inventory levels."
The articles authored by Shotte, Kirk and Purveys illustrate the difficulties and barriers for adaptation that exist and how issues of identity and transnational practices are gaining more importance in the study of refugee diasporas.
Shotte, I suspect, has the more realistic take on the matter.
Helen Pettit ran 20.41 and lost just one place and Jean Shotte ran 22.10 holding on to fourth place.
"The volume of cross-border growth is impressive," says CIBC analyst Rob Shotte. "The inventory-to-sales ratio is a measure of the time, in months, required to exhaust inventories if sales were to remain at their current level.
"We believe our leadership in the managed file transfer space is well reflected in our customer base of over 40 million users including MOVEit's representation among the world's leading enterprises," said Gary Shottes, president, Ipswitch File Transfer division.
"BMW wanted to sustain their usual combination of heritage and modern class in this vehicle, yet impress with styling elements that transcend the restrictions of time," says Tom Shottes, Luminon global product manager for Osram Global Automotive Lighting, who worked with BMW on the project.
Shottes says using Luminon neon in CHMSL applications, instead of incandescents, provides an extra 24 feet of stopping distance for the driver of a car following at 65 mph.
"Of particular interest to BMW was the fact that Osram offers the first-in-the-world mercury-free amber neon lighting system," adds Shottes. A special 1999 Mercedes SLK, dubbed the Spirit Concept Car, was also equipped with this technology.
HILL GARY S & PATRICIA J SHOTTES 02/01/08 1,047,200