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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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The Prince William County CSB often attached a form cover letter with the MOT plan when they sent the plan to the judge for approval.
An investigation into the best and worst regions for MOT pass rates showed surprising patterns.
exhau Rese also sh "Minor issue this fur "A Research by Warranty Direct shows that three million "Minor" defect notices were issued by MoT test stations in period, along with a further 8.7million "Advisories".
Mot owns 1,200 vineyard hectares -- the region's most significant holding -- with access to 5,000 more.
Cleanliness a priority MoT has engaged people from a cross-section of the society to spread its message and guidelines for visitors.
The study found a car is more likely to pass an MOT on a Friday than any other day of the week.
It also suggests reducing the frequency of MOT tests to every three to five years, and increasing the age at which a car has its first test to five years.
The category the MOT tester gives each item will depend on the type of problem and how serious it is.
Vehicles will not need an MOT if they are over 40 years old and have not been "substantially changed".