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(Small Outline Transistor) A surface mount package for electronic components (transistor, resistor, etc.). It was the first type of surface mount packaging.



a river in Yaroslavl Oblast, RSFSR, a right tributary of the Kostroma River. The Sot’ measures 144 km in length and drains an area of 1,460 sq km. It originates in the Danilov Uplands and empties into Kostroma Bay of the Gorky Reservoir. It is fed mainly by snow. High water is in April and May. The mean flow rate 59 km from the mouth is 6.5 cu m per sec. The river freezes in late October or in November, and the ice breaks up in April. Timber is floated on the Sot’ during high water. [24–611–1 ]

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SOTS is an event that encourages all attending to participate in the day's activities and be part of an exciting cultural re-awakening.
Apparently no overt clinical symptoms were associated with infection; however, such symptoms are difficult to recognize in immunosuppressed SOT recipients.
The assessment must be a SOT OMRA (A0310C = 1 or 3).
As a result, people are reluctant to walk into Sot's Hole.
"Sots Hole is a lovely wood, but it needs regular care if it is to continue supporting wildlife.
The key policies of SOTS deal mainly with sale price, financing, resale and change of use.
He said SOTS took a gap year to introspect since the feedback from the public and the media regarding their events showed that they were not certain that they have the right skills to organise a global event that they envisioned for SOTS.
Sots art, conversely, never tried to be futuristic--and yet contemporary Russia looks a lot like a Sots art installation.
A group of volunteers help look after Sots Hole and anybody interested in helping can join them at Sots Hole on Church Vale every Wednesday from 10am until 1pm.
The current induced magnetisation switching by spin-orbit torque (SOT) is an important ingredient for modern non-volatile magnetic devices such as magnetic random access memories and logic devices that are required for high performance data storage and computing.
"Not only does it support bluebells and other wildlife but there is also evidence of Bronze Age and medieval activity around the reserve." Volunteer co-ordinator Peter Ward said: "Sots Hole is a lovely wood, but it needs regular care if it is to continue supporting wildlife.
It is the intention of SOTS to enter into a contract for a term or two (2) years, with extension options to be exercised at the States sole discretion.