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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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Dh'fhag sin 'n uair a bhiodh an gur air feadhainn dha na cearcan gum biodh iad a' falach nan uighean ann a neadan mora a's a lot. Chuireadh tu umhail gu robh te dha na cearcan air chall, no 's tocha air falbh cho chach fad a la.
''But we just had a lot of momentum once we scored a bunch of runs the first game.
However, he cautions that the starlings spent a lot of time in "grammar school," but the tamarins had received no training.
A guy "who knew a lot about steroids and had experimented with them." (Canseco, pg.
A lot was on the line here, and, if anything, the pressure was on the A's to win.
"He had a lot of ups and downs in school," says Jody Morin, Dylan's mother.
I'm sure a lot of people counted us out in the ninth inning, but our feeling in the dugout was that we knew we could do it."
The writing is great and they obviously care about the game and music; there's a lot of reverence for the game coupled with irreverence for some of its institutions.