Lot or lots may refer to:
- Lot (biblical person)
- Islamic view of Lot
- Casting lots
- Lot (unit), a unit of mass
- Land lot, an area of land
- Parking lot, for automobiles
- Lot, a set of goods, together for sale in an auction; or a quantity of a financial instrument
- "Lot", a story by Ward Moore
- Arabian lots, or Arabic parts, an astrological divination technique
LOT may refer to:
- LOT Polish Airlines
- Lewis University Airport, Illinois, United States
- Language of thought, a philosophical hypothesis
LOTS may refer to:
- Law of the Sea (United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea)
- Legend of the Seeker
Other articles related to "lot, lots":
... The Lot, originally the Olt (Occitan Òlt Latin Oltis), is a river in France, right tributary of the Garonne ... It gives its name to the Lot département ... The Lot is prone to flooding in the winter and spring ...
... Lot, Belgium, a village in the municipality of Beersel Lot (department), in southwest France Lot (river), in southern France Lostock railway station, Bolton, England ...
... Lot owners need to understand how insurance arrangements work in strata and community title schemes ... public liability Workers compensation Voluntary workers Lot owners are, in turn, responsible to insure the contents of their lots, as well as covering themselves against personal ... and hot water system? These are the issues a lot owner needs to address when considering the type and extent of insurance coverage they require ...
... PLNU has a lot of resources for students, as well as a lot of opportunities for involvement on campus ... Additionally there are a lot of events that go on at PLNU all the time ...
... "A hell of a lot of pot was being smoked while we were making the film ... That helped make it a lot of fun...In one of the scenes, Victor Spinetti and Roy Kinnear are playing curling sliding along those big stones ... If you look at pictures of us you can see a lot of red-eyed shots they were red from the dope we were smoking ...
Famous quotes containing the word lot:
“Writing novels preserves you in a state of innocencea lot passes you bysimply because your attention is otherwise diverted.”
—Anita Brookner (b. 1938)
“If there is a gratification which I envy any people in this world it is to your country [Italy] its music. This is the favorite passion of my soul, and fortune has cast my lot in a country where it is in a state of deplorable barbarism.”
—Thomas Jefferson (17431826)
“When you have a lot to put into them, the day has a hundred pockets.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)