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MOT

(OpenView Managed Object Toolkit) An OpenView toolkit from HP for developing network management applications based on CMIS. The toolkit contains library routines that handle the transmission and receipt of CMIS requests and responses.

MOT

On drawings, abbr. for motor.
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Kirsty Ward, head of Asda Money commented: "Paying for an MOT and all the necessary repairs means the cost of running a car can rocket.
Andy Lee, site manager and MOT tester Qasim Sultan at the new centre <B
Rob Newman and Sue Williams of Newman's MOT Services - a Bridgend business started with help from Business in Focus Picture: Patrick Olner
Twenty-seven per cent of the 2000 car owners surveyed have been left feeling that work recommended in order to pass the MOT was unnecessary.
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Just as Ballard was firing off angry emails to MOT, one Custer Battles executive offered a litany of the firm's failings in a memo to a colleague.
One important finding relates to the type and extent of industry and government cooperation in MOT education.
The 56 blank certificates contained the signature of the only authorised MOT tester at the Birmingham business.
The rational and integrated approach of MOT is universal.
The supermarket giant has found that not only do drivers seem unaware of what they might have to pay out if their car fails its MOT, but almost two thirds (62%) of drivers are not putting any money aside to pay for it.
MOTORISTS are RISKING a PS1,000 fine for driving without a valid MOT certificate.