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When you've done these, you can get started on that lot.
I've just finished typing one lot of letters.
It can be a bit difficult when there are two lots of parents involved.
I thought this lot might have been a bit more sympathetic to my approach.
What am I bid for lot 36?
I offered him half, but he got greedy and wanted the lot.
They bought a small lot behind the church.
Miss Wilkinson was never satisfied with her lot in life.
OK folks, time to go home. That's your lot.
Once he had thrown in his lot with the rebels, there was no going back.
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the belief that every problem has a solution based in technology
one of the pair of bones that go across the top of your chest from your shoulder to the bottom of...
any random process, such as a competition in which a name is drawn from a hat
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Definition of lot from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.