| Splott - believed to be derived from "splot
", a word used in a south-west English dialect, meaning a plot or small piece of ground, and is evidence of the movement of people across the Bristol Channel and the language they spoke.
Splott The name is believed to be derived from "splot
", a word used in a southwest English dialect, meaning a plot or small piece of ground, and is evidence of the movement of peoples across the Bristol Channel and how their dialect influenced Welsh place names.
Then, the values of the water depths L1, L2, L3 and L4 were multiplied by the area of 12 plots (Splot
= 60 [m.sup.2]), which corresponded to each water depth, obtaining the volume required to meet the daily levels of water replacement presented previously.
The applicant is Adam Hostetler of Works Progress Architecture, and the owner is Denise Johnson; developer Eli Spevak of Orange Splot
LLC is the owner of the North Maryland Avenue property.
--Daniel Pinkwater, The Big Orange Splot
Alan Moore lives in the past, and who can blame him?
In order to illustrate these concepts, in Figure 2 we show an instance from the SPLOT
repository  of a basic car.
Once zeroed, you just lay that reticle where you want the slug to splot
. Now go forth and conquer.
is a cute small alien from outer space who has crash-landed onto a strange planet.
is a disgustingly cute little alien from outer space who has crash-landed onto a strange planet.
This procedure was done using an automatic routine based on the IRAF task splot
. In the case of those lines with a lower signal-to-noise (S/N) (e.g., [O III] 4363 A and [N II] 6584 [Angstrom]), the results from this routine were revised by eye inspection and, if necessary, repeated using a manual measurement.
follows months of speculation and reports have suggested they drifted apart after moving from their home in France to LA.