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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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Together, these parking lots, to be built in the center of the capital city of Romania, will be capable of accommodating a minimum of 495 vehicles.
It may be noted that DIMTS has been operating parking lots of the New Delhi Municipal Council ( NDMC).
The annual survey on parking lots and garages encompasses 24 reporting units, and it was conducted for the first time in 2007.
However, despite the initiative, the department has not paid heed towards illegal parking lots being run right under the nose of local bodies offices at Sindh Secretariat and KMC offices at Civic Centre.
The parking lot market is an untapped resource for producers nationwide.
parking lots can be set up by the Yerevan mayor's decision in the streets and squares, except the areas adjoining banks, educational,
That's the lesson one stag learned after a Pensylvania man allegedly shot a 10-point buck inside a Walmart parking lot, (http://www.
Property maintenance references also address the need to maintain parking lots so they are safe.
One of the changes calls for increasing the minimum size of parking lots that require parking plan approval from the Planning Board from nine to 16 spaces.
The district reports a 2010 study showed dust from coal-tar-sealed parking lots contained 530 times more PAHs than dust from parking lots with other surface types.
The Osaka-based electronics maker provided 40 of its ''eneloop'' electric hybrid bikes to each of the parking lots, enabling the ward office to rent them out for a fee, it said.
Pijanowski said that his results are cause for concern, in part because parking lots present environmental and economic problems.