stot


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stot

or stott  (stŏt)
intr.v. stot·ted, stot·ting, stots or stotts
To leap or bound high in the air with the legs straight, as do certain antelopes and deer.

[Scots and northern English dialectal, to bounce; akin to Dutch stoten, to push, thrust, and German stossen; akin to to push, knock.]

stot

(stɒt)
n
1. (Animals) a bullock
2. (Animals) a castrated male ox
[Old English]

stot

(stɒt; Scottish stot)
vb, stots, stotting or stotted
1. to bounce or cause to bounce
2. (intr) Also: stotter to stagger
[of obscure origin]

stot


Past participle: stotted
Gerund: stotting

Imperative
stot
stot
Present
I stot
you stot
he/she/it stots
we stot
you stot
they stot
Preterite
I stotted
you stotted
he/she/it stotted
we stotted
you stotted
they stotted
Present Continuous
I am stotting
you are stotting
he/she/it is stotting
we are stotting
you are stotting
they are stotting
Present Perfect
I have stotted
you have stotted
he/she/it has stotted
we have stotted
you have stotted
they have stotted
Past Continuous
I was stotting
you were stotting
he/she/it was stotting
we were stotting
you were stotting
they were stotting
Past Perfect
I had stotted
you had stotted
he/she/it had stotted
we had stotted
you had stotted
they had stotted
Future
I will stot
you will stot
he/she/it will stot
we will stot
you will stot
they will stot
Future Perfect
I will have stotted
you will have stotted
he/she/it will have stotted
we will have stotted
you will have stotted
they will have stotted
Future Continuous
I will be stotting
you will be stotting
he/she/it will be stotting
we will be stotting
you will be stotting
they will be stotting
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been stotting
you have been stotting
he/she/it has been stotting
we have been stotting
you have been stotting
they have been stotting
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been stotting
you will have been stotting
he/she/it will have been stotting
we will have been stotting
you will have been stotting
they will have been stotting
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been stotting
you had been stotting
he/she/it had been stotting
we had been stotting
you had been stotting
they had been stotting
Conditional
I would stot
you would stot
he/she/it would stot
we would stot
you would stot
they would stot
Past Conditional
I would have stotted
you would have stotted
he/she/it would have stotted
we would have stotted
you would have stotted
they would have stotted
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With the introduction of the CRD NP MOC in 2010 the existing hospital policy and procedure for home oxygen therapy was revised to specify that medically stable patients who remain hypoxic should be assessed appropriately for STOT within the 48-hour time period prior to discharge from hospital.
The SPDR DoubleLine Short Duration Total Return Tactical ETF (STOT) seeks to maximize current income with a dollar- weighted average effective duration between one and three years.
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They can gallop over rockslides or stot from boulder to boulder changing directions constantly while affording themselves a clear view of escape routes and offering you a most difficult target.
The terms sTot, Yarma, Kongma or Kongnus = Upper; Parma or Parba = Middle; and Sham or Shamma, Mat or Madma, Yogma or Yognus = Lower, are often used for the purpose of subdivision.
CREW: J Paterson (6), P Greenwood (7), L Plate (5), J Sheeky (6), R Tyson (3), J Van Der Stot (1), M Bunyard (1), R Leaper (1), A Fairley, T Ratcliffe, J Hessendeek.
StOT shares the generator component with standard OT.
& ii stottas") which highlights the attributive value (OF INFERIOR KIND), and whose secondary sense-thread, developed in the 14th century, is 'a term of contempt for a woman' (e.g., c1386 "Nay, olde Stot, that is nat myn entente"), belonging to the DOMAIN OF ABUSE and highlighting the attributive value (CONTEMPTIBLE).
OED lists both stoit and stot, the former as 'dialect', the latter as 'Scots and north'.
Distance of disturbance from deer (m) Cayote Response of deer (1) n [bar]X SD Range Alert 8 154 106 40-300 Stiff-legged walk 3 83 61 30-150 Trot 5 61 51 20-150 Stot 6 34 7 25-40 Gallop 3 28 13 15-40 Distance of disturbance from deer (m) Human Response of deer (1) n [bar]X SD Range Alert 45 130 79 40-350 Stiff-legged walk 40 64 16 30-150 Trot 40 56 22 30-150 Stot 26 41 14 25-70 Gallop 4 14 6 10-20 (1) Responses of deer were scored only once for each encounter and included the closest approach and most severe response.
As a faithful oath-maker, she repeats her pledge to consign the summoner and her pan to the devil (1628-29), and her proclamation of "ernest" seals her legal intention.(39) In perfect juridical form, the summoner verifies his position in the process that consigns him to hell, and he affirms that he does not intend to veer from his goal: "`Nay, old stot, that is nat myn entente,' / Quod this somonour, for to repente me / For any thyng that I have had of thee'" (1630-32).