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Definition of Lotted

Lotted
Lot Lot, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Lotted; p. pr. & vb. n. Lotting.] To allot; to sort; to portion. [R.] To lot on or upon, to count or reckon upon; to expect with pleasure. [Colloq. U. S.]

Meaning of Lotted from wikipedia

- Lot or LOT may refer to: Land lot, an area of land Parking lot, for automobiles Backlot, in movie production Lot number, in batch production Lot, a set...
- theLotter is a worldwide online ticket purchasing service. Founded in 2002, theLotter is a privately owned company that claims to be the first-of-its-kind...
- The Lot is an American comedy-drama series that aired for two seasons and 17 episodes on the AMC from 1999 to 2001. It profiled the fictional studio Sylver...
- Big Lots, Inc. is an American retail company headquartered in Columbus, Ohio with over 1,400 stores in 47 states. The Big Lots chain traces its history...
- Lot Lot (ロットロット, Rotto Rotto) is a multiplatform puzzle video game developed and published by Irem. Tokuma Shoten published the game on home platforms...
- On the Lot was a single season reality show and online competition for filmmaking, produced by Steven Spielberg, Mark Burnett and David Goffin. The show...
- A lot number is an identification number ****igned to a particular quantity or lot of material from a single manufacturer. Lot numbers can typically be...
- A dye lot is a record taken during the dyeing of yarn to identify yarn that received its coloration in the same vat at the same time. Yarn manufacturers...
- Lot (/lɒt/; Hebrew: לוֹט – Lōṭ, "veil" or "covering"; Gr****: Λώτ – Lṓt; Arabic: لُوط – Lūṭ) was a patriarch in the biblical Book of Genesis, chapters 11–14...
- A lot is an old unit of weight used in many European countries since the Middle Ages until the beginning of the 20th century. Most often it was defined...
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