MOTS


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MOTS

Abbreviation for:
Multicentre Ovarian Tumor Study
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Over 1 in 3 motorists are bound for an MOT failure there.
"A properly maintained vehicle should have no problem passing the new MoT."
THE NEW RULES THE way the MOT works in Britain has changed.
Selon le linguiste Bernard Cerquiglini qui travaille pour Larousse [beaucoup moins que]les mots nouveaux introduits dans le Petit Larousse 2019 traduisent le fait queque nos modes d'existence sont en train de changer sous nos yeux : nos modes de travail, nos modes d'habitation, nos modes d'alimentation mais aussi nos modes d'information[beaucoup plus grand que].
One in five vehicles fail because of faulty light bulbs - Strictly MoT replace these for free, unlike other operators.
Strictly MOT does exactly the opposite - we don't do repairs, so we actually hope you pass.
About one-third of the clients placed under MOT were required to receive substance abuse treatment services as well as services for treatment for mental illness.
So what are you waiting for, book your MoT online today!
The MOTs share the broader perspective of route clearance operations with route clearance commanders and their teams, as well as the latest information on new equipment that is available and how it will be used.
AN estimated 2.5 million cars are due for MoT inspections in September, putting test centres across the country under pressure.
The findings come as government agencies consider plans to hold all car data centrally in order to be able to send reminders about MoTs being due.
And prosecutors have warned motorists previously granted MOTs at the premises that they could face vehicle re-tests.