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bott

(bŏt)
n.
Variant of bot1.
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Bott's mother, however, still worries about her son's ability to integrate into a traditional learning environment.
He also swore by testimony that he had tried to contact Cllr Bott several times following the election to discuss the arrangements with him, only to hear him criticising the Conservative party in an interview.
Cries of objection echoed through the chamber as Councillor Bird outlined the reasons for his group's decision not to follow protocol and elect the incumbent Paul Bott, explaining that he did not feel that Councillor Bott would remain politically neutral as is customary in the chamber.
Bott's colleagues also saw her grab the dementia sufferer's chin and pull her head up at meal times.
His mother, Christine Bott of Millbury, said, "He's happy that he has a beautiful, healthy daughter.
Crowds this season have been consistently up on previous years and Bott believes that is due to the family ethos of the sport.
Father Bott is pictured, seated centre, with the church choir in around 1927.
One of the successes of the TSB's first four years had been the Cabled electric vehicle programme, Bott said, which had allowed the organisation to gather data on how real-world use of electric cars works.
Bott has also resigned from the board of Swiss bank UBS AG (NYSE: UBS) (ZHR: UBSN) (UBSN.VX) last week, the person said.
"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.