The DOT acronym is mostly used in the United States and the United Kingdom to abbreviate Department of Transportation. Other meanings of DOT include damage over time, directly observed therapy and the Department of the T... More »

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DOT stands for the Department of Transportation, and hazmat regulations refers to the rules and guidelines all motorists although it is typically commercial carriers transporting these materials must follow when transpor... More »

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A four-dot tattoo on the hand, especially on the knuckles, traditionally signifies that the wearer of the tattoo has been in prison for four years. Tattoos consisting of three or five dots are also associated with crimin... More »

Directory enquiries is a collective term for several telephone number lookup services in the United Kingdom that are similar to the directory assistance service in the United States. There are approximately 400 companies... More »

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In the United Kingdom, "aluminum" is spoken with an additional vowel sound when compared with its pronunciation in the United States. Citizens of the UK normally pronounce it as "ah-loo-MIN-ee-um," while most American En... More »

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Some of the United Kingdom's National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health, or NEBOSH, courses offered online include health and safety for directors and institution of occupational safety and health manag... More »

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As of 2015, Ella, Chloe, Ava, Amelia and Olivia are common female baby names in the United Kingdom. Common names for male babies include Henry, Daniel, Ethan, James and Charlie. More »

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