Dots is the plural of dot.
Dots may also refer to:
- Dots (candy), produced by Tootsie Roll Industries
- Dots and Boxes, a pencil and paper game for two or more players
- Dots (game) - another pencil and paper game
- Connect the dots, or dot to dots, a paper puzzle containing a sequence of numbered dots
- "Dots", a 1940 short animated film by Norman McLaren
- "Dots" or "Dot Dot Dot", Singlish slang denoting speechlessness, from Japanese manga
- Dot-S, a toy released in Japan
- Paul Kelly and the Dots (1978–1982), an Australian rock band fronted by Paul Kelly
- Dots LLC, U.S. company consisting of a chain of women's clothing retail stores
DOTS may be an acronym for:
- Directly Observed Therapy - Short Course, a World Health Organisation acryonym
- Damage over time, a term used in some popular MMORPG games
- Difference of two squares, a mathematical term
- DOTS (mnemonic), a memory aid used in basic First Aid
Other articles related to "dots, dot":
... Schüffner's dots refers to a hematological finding that is associated with malaria, exclusively found in Plasmodium ovale and Plasmodium vivax ... blood smears as multiple brick-red dots ... These morphologic changes, referred to as Schüffner's dots, are important in the identification of this species of malarial parasite and have been associated by ...
... The 7-dot glyph, (or globes) are first known in Mittanian art, (Turkey, or ancient Anatolia), but is possibly older ... The 7-dot glyph was at first six dots surrounding a central dot later two rows of 3-dots ended with a 7th as the finial ...
... rīdā (leaders), 点線 tensen (dotted line), or てんてん ten-ten ("dot dot")) indicate an intentional omission or abbreviation, or a pause in ... The ellipsis is often three dots or six dots (in two groups of three dots), though variations in number of dots exist ... The dots can be either on the baseline or centred between the baseline and the ascender when horizontal the dots are centred horizontally when vertical ...
... The person writing begins in the upper right, each combination of dots in the cell has to be completed backward ... The writer moves to one of the other dots in the cell or to the next cell as appropriate ... paper over to read the braille by feeling the dots that were pushed up from the back ...
Famous quotes containing the word dots:
“It was said of old Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, that she never puts dots over her is, to save ink.”
—Horace Walpole (17171797)
“The television screen, so unlike the movie screen, sharply reduced human beings, revealed them as small, trivial, flat, in two banal dimensions, drained of color. Wasnt there something reassuring about it!that human beings were in fact merely images of a kind registered in one anothers eyes and brains, phenomena composed of microscopic flickering dots like atoms. They were atomsnothing more. A quick switch of the dial and they disappeared and who could lament the loss?”
—Joyce Carol Oates (b. 1938)