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bott

(bŏt)
n.
Variant of bot1.
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STARR TURN: Official Adrian Starr with his Umpire of the Year Award (below) HONOURED: Members of Morpeth Hockey Club pictured (left) with their Club of the Year Award in Nottingham (left to right): Adam Craggs, Martyn Bott, Ritchie Brown and Will McLean
David Bott sits on the steering group for the Ministry of Justice RTA Claims Process Reform initiative.
Bott has been with Storm for 16 months, and he added: "There is no doubt whatsoever that Graeme did not look out of place in that company, mixing it with all those major winners.
Peter Fortune, prosecuting, said that in July 2000, Mr Bott was standing near the lorry behind a six foot wall giving instructions to the defendant who was lifting the cabin at the club's Hilderstone Road ground,In Meir Heath.
Bott, vice president of finance and treasurer for the company.
Bott says the link is a critical application for managing the entire hospital's medical record imaging.
Bott, now at Harvard University, that Bott insisted Smale had to have made a mistake.
SEVEN([R]) Networks, a provider of innovative mobile solutions that reduce smartphone data traffic on wireless networks today announced that Ross Bott, SEVEN president and CEO, will speak this week at the Wedbush Securities Technology, Media & Telecommunications Conference.
It has been quite remarkable," said commercial agency surveyor Steve Bott.
It is a miracle that former Millbury High School star athlete Steven Russell Bott is alive, and another miracle that he is a father.