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bott

(bŏt)
n.
Variant of bot1.
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Bott was also alleged to have ordered a handyman at the home to go to the 94-year-old's room, posing as a policeman, in a bid to scare her following claims that the pensioner had misbehaved.
His mother, Christine Bott of Millbury, said, "He's happy that he has a beautiful, healthy daughter.
Speedway is and always has been for families - it is safe, exciting and still relatively cheap", Bott said.
According to Forbes data, Sally Bott had joined BP in 2005 as an executive vice president responsible for global human resources, and previously worked with Marsh and McLennan as managing director and as head of global human resources at Marsh Inc.
While working there I met Andy Williams who graduated from the course in 2009 and was full of praise for it," said Bott.
Bott said: "This is a fantastic achievement and a great honour for all involved in Morpeth HC.
This volume contains papers delivered at the 2008 conference celebrating the legacy of Hungarian-born mathematician Raoul Bott, who had an extraordinary impact on both topology and on interactions between mathematics, physics, and technology.
As a result Bott now leads the overall Star Trophy standings with six points followed by Matthew Kipling (KUK Kinesis) and Williams, who are two points adrift.
Bott, born in the Channel Islands, raised in Yorkshire and living in Berkshire, said yesterday: "I was listening to Graeme when he talked to The Journal on his mobile and I was shaking my head at the time.
Bott chose Spaceway to find a solution, who set about finding a way of installing a mezzanine floor that would soundproof the offices from the noise of the machinery below.
Keeble's interpretive reading is perfect: as the voice of Cledwyn Bott he is a likeable and entirely credible working-class naif; as the other characters, he can switch accents and perspectives effortlessly and be equally convincing.