Lots

Some articles on lots:

New Lots Avenue (IRT New Lots Line)
... New Lots Avenue is the eastern (railroad southern) terminal of the IRT New Lots Line of the New York City Subway ... a provision for the line to continue east on New Lots Avenue ...
Sandy/Salt Lake Line - Route - Park and Ride
... Many TRAX stations include free Park and Ride lots, with some lots having as few as six parking spaces and others having nearly 1200 ... However, there are certain restrictions for all lots (for example, no 24 hour parking) ...
Sortes (ancient Rome)
... The method involved the drawing of lots (sortes) to obtain knowledge of future events in many of the ancient Italian temples the will of the gods was consulted in this way, as at Praeneste and Caere ... These sortes or lots were usually little tablets or counters, made of wood or other materials, and were commonly thrown into a sitella or urn, filled with water ... The lots were sometimes thrown like dice ...
Loi Carrez - Calculation of Floor Area
... Lots, or fractions of lots of surface areas of less than 8 square metres (86 sq ft) are also excluded from the calculation of habitable surface area ... parking places, and other storage facilities sold as separate lots are also excluded ...
St. Joseph Cemetery (Manchester, New Hampshire) - Modernization
... its beauty depends on its ability to sell lots ... hard to maintain if fewer than 30% of all lots are under Perpetual Care contracts ... Family lots of the 19th century were often left untended for months or years at a time ...

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