ROTA

Royal Ordnance Training Ammunition
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rota

noun a roster of names showing the order in which people should perform certain duties
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Rota

[architecture] The rota or `turn` is a cylinder, open on one side, that is built inside a wall of a monastery, nunnery or foundling hospital. It was used for exchanging mail and food with cloistered clergy, being their only communication with the world. It is usually about 50 centimeters wide by 30 centimeters high, and its opening does not...
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Rota

[formation] A rota (Рота, Rotte) is an infantry or cavalry unit. In Poland it was known increasingly from the 16th century by the alternative name of Chorągiew. After about 1630, the term was used to describe a file of 6-10 soldiers in formations (especially infantry) in the Polish army raised on the Foreign model. This term is used in...
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Rota

[music] A rota is a type of vocal round of the 13th and 14th centuries, probably only in England. In the rota, as opposed to the rondellus, the voices entered one at a time, each singing precisely what the previous voice sang, exactly as in the modern round. The most famous example is the anonymous six-voice Sumer is icumen in (summer is co...
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Rota

[papal signature] The rota is one of the symbols used in the papal signature, found on papal bulls, composed of a cross inscribed in two concentric circles, first used by Pope Paschal II. The four inner quadrants contain: `Petrus,` `Paulus,` the pope`s name, and the pope`s ordinal number. The current pope`s motto surrounds the outer circle....
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Rota

[poem] Rota (`The Oath`) is an early 20th-century Polish epic poem, as well as a celebratory anthem, once proposed to be the Polish national anthem. Rota`s lyrics were written in 1908 by activist for Polish independence, poet Maria Konopnicka. The music was composed two years later by composer, conductor and concert organist, Feliks Nowowie...
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Rota

Ro'ta noun [ Latin rota wheel. The name is said to allude to the design of the floor of the room in which the court used to sit, which was that of a wheel. See Rotary .] 1. An ecclesiastical court of Rome, called also Rota Romana , that takes cognizance of suits by ap...
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Rota

Ro'ta noun (Mus.) A species of zither, played like a guitar, used in the Middle Ages in church music; -- written also rotta .
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Rota

a countering technique described by Filippo Vadi (c. 1480) wherein the back edge is quickly raised to smack or deflect an opposing blade prior to an immediate descending cut with the forward edge
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rota

Latin, meaning: wheel.
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Rota

one of the Mariana Islands and part of the Northern Mariana Islands, a commonwealth of the United States, in the western Pacific Ocean. Rota is ... [1 related articles]
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rota

roster
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Rota

The Rota was a Danish C Class submarine of 300 tons displacement launched in 1918. The Rota had a top speed of 14 knots surfaced, 8 knots submersed and carried a complement of 24. She was armed with one 6-pdr anti-aircraft gun and three 18-inch torpedo tubes in the bow and one 18-inch torpedo tube in the stern.
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Rota

The Rota was a species of zither, played like a guitar, and used in the Middle Ages for church music.
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rota

wheel.
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rota

[n] - (Roman Catholic Church) the supreme ecclesiastical tribunal for cases appealed to the Holy See from diocesan courts 2. [n] - (British) a roster of names showing the order in which people should perform certain duties
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