TOT may refer to:

  • TOT (Thailand), a telecommunications company
  • Tater Tots, a fried potato dish
  • Terms of trade, a concept in economics
  • Theatre of Tragedy, a musical group
  • Theology on Tap, a program of Christian talks and fellowship
  • Time on Target, a military technique
  • Tip of the tongue, a memory processing phenomenon
  • Total S.A., an oil company, TOT on the New York Stock Exchange
  • A small child
  • Tot of rum see Grog
  • Tottenham Hotspur, an English association football club
  • Train of Thought, the seventh studio album released by progressive metal band Dream Theater
  • Transient occupancy tax
  • Transfer of Technology
  • Turbine Outlet Temperature, a parameter often instrumented on turboprop and other gas turbine engines.
  • ToT - An Asian Emoticon which expresses a crying face
  • Trans-obturator vaginal tape procedure for urinary incontinence

Other articles related to "tot":

List Of Italian Films Of 1949
... The Emperor of Capri (L'imperatore di Capri) Luigi Comencini Totò Comedy I pirati di Capri/Pirates of Capri/Captain Sirocco Edgar G ... of the Law (In nome della legge) Pietro Germi Massimo Girotti, Saro Urzì Crime drama Totò le Mokò Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia Totò, Gianna Maria Canale Comedy Inspired in Pépé le Moko Totò cerca casa Steno ...
Stefano Vanzina - Selected Filmography
... Totò cerca casa (1949) A Night of Fame (1949) A Dog's Life (with Mario Monicelli, 1950) È arrivato il cavaliere! (with Mario Monicelli, 1950) Cops and Robbers (with Mario ...
The Firemen Of Viggiù - Plot
... Totò in the film plays a playboy who falls for the wife (Barzizza) a seller of textiles (Castellani) ... mannequins, always stopping with the dummy before Totò ... Totò then pretends to be the soul of the father, and required materials, jackets, and finally a kiss to his wife ...
Totò Cerca Pace
... Totò cerca pace is a 1954 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Totò ...

Famous quotes containing the word tot:

    I knew a pure heart who refused tot be mistrustful.... He had written at his doorstep: “From wherever you are, enter and be welcome”. Who do you think responded to this lovely invitation? The militia, who made themselves at home and gutted him.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)