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It tots up to that," said Raffles, looking at me rather hard.
The girls, dragging the tots by the arms, banged gates and clattered up the front steps of the small houses.
Taking a tot of rum was one of the longest unbroken traditions in British Navy history.
Evidencing impressive market penetration, TOT Money's monthly processed volume for January 2015 increased by 12 percent over the prior month and 49 percent over April 2014, which was when the new TOT Money platform was launched.
Brown, 1991, 2008, for reviews of the TOT phenomenon).
To increase the number of trained healthcare providers and impart training skills as broadly as possible, ARCAN and the various HIV/AIDS Control Councils are implementing a cascading TOT project.
TOT Platform is a high-performance transaction processing platform that complies with security standards and requirements applicable to the international payments market.
The company owns and operates a global mobile payments and transaction processing provider, TOT Group.
Football Tots runs two weekly sessions every Sunday - at 10.
th] as Bar Louie locations around the country hosted their local round of "Rock the Tot" tater tot eating contests, where solo competitors faced off in a challenge to eat as many tater tots possible in three minutes.
The relay race teams will consist of four persons lined up with one pound of tater tots in front them.
I am thrilled to be offering franchise opportunities that will bring Tot Squad's services to busy parents all over the world," said Jennifer Beall, Founder and CEO.