Definitions for "DOT"
Scatter small amounts of specified ingredients, usually butter, or nuts, chocolate, etc. on top of food. This adds extra richness and flavor and helps promote browning.
To sprinkle food with small bits of an ingredient ... more on dot here
To cover the surface of food with small amounts of butter before baking or broiling.
The United States Department of Transportation.
A federal agency that regulates the highway transportation of freight.
Department of Telecommunications (India- 1985)
Designated Order Turnaround. The NYSE electronic system for order handling,...
Designated Order Turnaround. The NYSE's automated order-entry system.
The Designated Order Turnaround is the electronic system used by the NYSE for order handling, which routes smaller orders directly to specialists on the exchange floor, bypassing brokers who work on commission, and thus keeping the system efficient.
The indiviual element of half-tones. All the dots in a half-tone have equal density and spacing, but vary in area.
Dot is the basic halftone printing unit. A series of dots are combined to create a printed image.
Verbal shorthand for "." (period). Used to convey periods, as in an IP or e-mail address; e.g., "dolphin.upenn.edu" would be spoken as "dolphin dot you penn dot edu."
Keywords:  speck, circular, spot, polka, domino
A small point or spot, made with a pen or other pointed instrument; a speck, or small mark.
Anything small and like a speck comparatively; a small portion or specimen; as, a dot of a child.
To mark with dots or small spots; as, to dot a line.
Keywords:  therapy, dose, observed, worker, adhere
directly observed therapy. a strategy devised to help patients adhere to treatment; means that a health care worker or another designated person watches the TB patient swallow each dose of the prescribed drugs
Directly observed therapy. a way of helping patients take their medicine for TB. If you get DOT, you will meet with a health care worker every day or several times a week. You will meet at a place you both agree on. This can be the TB clinic, your home or work, or any other convenient location. You will take your medicine while the health care worker watches.
Directly Observed Therapy. In directly observed therapy, the ingestion of every dose of prescription medicine is directly observed by a health professional.
The period. Called dot in computer-speak because it is easier to say. For example, home.html would be said, "home dot h-t-m-l"
The period character. Internet lingo is to say dot; for example, the electronicmail address at METRAC is me[email protected], which is pronounced as "metrac atinterlog dot com".
When you want to impress the net veterans you meet at parties, say "dot" instead of "period," for example: "My address is john at site dot domain dot com."
Keywords:  defintion
No defintion.
Keywords:  ransportation, epartment
epartment ransportation.
Keywords:  aakaaram, taara, mandra, staayi, ati
dots are used in notation. A dot over a swara indicates it should be sung in the next higher octave (taara staayi), 2 dots indicate an even higher octave (ati taara staayi), a dot below indicates the lower octave (mandra staayi), and 2 dots below indicate the even lower octave (anu mandra staayi). A string of dots next to a word or syllable indicate aakaaram, continuing the singing of the word
Keywords:  srtr, optn, nmdp, opos, procurement
Division of Transplantation. The office of the Federal government whose principal responsibilities include the management of the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN), the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR) and the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP) contracts; public education to increase organ/tissue donation; and technical assistance to Organ Procurement Organizations (OPOs).
Keywords:  unr, mist
Mist UNR
mark with a dot; "dot your `i's"
When used as a diacritic mark, the term dot is usually reserved for the Interpunct ( · ), or to the glyphs 'combining dot above' and 'combining dot below' which may be combined with some letters of the extended Latin alphabets in use in Central European languages and Vietnamese.
Keywords:  tset, cshrc, bourne, login, profile
Files that are read when you start a program (including when you log in and start a shell). These set up your environment and run any other Unix commands (for instance, tset). If your account uses the C shell, it will read .cshrc and .login. Accounts that use the Bourne shell and shells like it read .profile. See also Section 3.6.
or DOT Situation - Dancing On the Tables - Often occurring in SRO environments, exclusively a female action; sometimes as rare as a Sasquatch sighting, but more enjoyable.
in a colour CRT, one of the three primary colour phosphors (red, green, or blue). Dots are arranged in a close triangle so that they appear as a single point to the unaided eye.
A (small) square that is "on" or "off", coloured or empty, black or white.
street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
Microsoft Word template.
Word Document Template or Corel Lines-Definition
a dot following a notehead (or dotted note value) increases the note's duration by 50%. So a dotted quarter note is 1 + 1/2 quarter notes, or three eighth notes, in length. (See also the section on rhythm for more details).
DENTAL OFFICE TOOLKIT. Free online (Internet) service that allows providers the ability to submit claims and predeterminations, check claims status, review eligibility and benefits information and utilize Direct Deposit (EFT) of claims payments.
Deutsche Office Trust
Keywords:  dowry, marriage, portion
A marriage portion; dowry.
the shorter of the two telegraphic signals used in Morse code
Whack - A message usually in a circle or dot that appears on the front cover of a catalog offering a special deal such as free shipping, or announcing special catalog items such as sale pages.
another name for circle
Keywords:  webtrail, heard, url, www, com
Short for the "period" usually heard in a reference to a url -- "www.webtrail.com"
a legal character in Windows folder names
the standard character that is variously called "full stop," "period," or "dot" (.). See Figure 2.1.3 Standard Characters.
Keywords:  oocyte, uterus, egg, direct, transfer
Direct Oocyte (egg) Transfer into the uterus.
Life begins and ends with :dot: Those who come to realize this are the only ones who can attain true happiness.
"Development Orientated Transit". Where development acts as a catalyst to attract transit.
Keywords:  urges, symbol, attention, careful, pay
One dot urges you to pay careful attention to the symbol next to it.
Dot is a contemporary term, used to reference a website.
See Dictionary of Occupational Titles
Keywords:  auction, double, market
DOTM Double auction market
Keywords:  keyboard, internet, period, term
The Internet term for the period on the keyboard.
The identity function of a directory. The dot (.) entry of any directory refers to the directory itself.
A localized region with a reflectance which differs from that of the surrounding surface.
Keywords:  damage, over, time
Damage over time
Keywords:  point, see
See point.
make a dot or dots