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Lot

A Russian unit of weight approximately equivalent to 12.8 grams. It was rendered obsolete when the Soviet Union began to use the metric system in 1924.

lot

The number of bonds or shares of stock in a single trade. See also odd lot, round lot.
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Through further research and feedback from metalcasters, Schorn found six influences on inspectors tasked with reinspecting casting lots (Table 1).
Snow carefully delineated the curious exigencies in Iraq's voting - those casting ballots were casting lots for parties rather than individuals; voters weren't given the names of many who were running.
Then I changed direction and fished a little further to my right and began casting lots of tiny chub and tench on caster,'' Ray told the Echo.