the mark at which the quoits (or coits) are thrown. Derb.

A glossary of provincial and local words used in England. . 1790.

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  • Motty — (* 11. Juli 1978 in Chester; † 21. Juli 1978 ebenda) war der bisher einzige bekannte Hybride der beiden Elefantenarten des Asiatischen (Elephas maximus) und Afrikanischen Elefanten (Loxodonta africana). Die Pfleger und Wissenschaftler waren… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Motty — fue el único híbrido, cuya existencia fue comprobada, entre un elefante asiático y uno africano. Nació el 11 de julio de 1978 en el Chester Zoo, al norte de Inglaterra. Su madre fue la elefanta asiática Shebba y su padre el elefante africano… …   Wikipedia Español

  • Motty — Mot ty, a. Full of, or consisting of, motes. [Written also {mottie}.] [Scot.] [1913 Webster] The motty dust reek raised by the workmen. H. Miller. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Motty — For the British football commentator known as Motty , see John Motson. Motty (11 July 1978, Chester Zoo, Cheshire – 23 July 1978, Chester Zoo, Cheshire) was the only proven hybrid between an Asian and an African elephant. He was named after… …   Wikipedia

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  • Stanislaus Motty — Stanislaus Motty, polnisch: Łukasz Augustyn Stanisław Motty, (* 18. Oktober 1826 in Posen; † 21. Dezember 1900 ebenda) war Jurist und Mitglied des Deutschen Reichstags. Leben Motty besuchte das Gymnasium in Posen und die Universitäten in Berlin… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • The Full Motty — was a one off comedy show, shown in 1998. The subject of this comedy was a quiz of football commentator John Motson ( Motty ), about his World Cup knowledge on the eve of his seventh World Cup …   Wikipedia

  • Dr. Bauta D. Motty — Born on September 23, 1951, Dr. Bauta D. Motty is now a Leadership professor at the Jos ECWA Theological Seminary (known as JETS), and head of the Leadership Institute. His name Bauta (pronounced Baoota) means servant or slave in Kaningkon.… …   Wikipedia

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