Crossword clues for mott
alt. 1 (context UK slang English) A prostitute. 2 (context Dublin slang English) A girlfriend. 3 (context US chiefly Texas English) A copse or small grove of trees, especially live oak or elm. n. 1 (context UK slang English) A prostitute. 2 (context Dublin slang English) A girlfriend. 3 (context US chiefly Texas English) A copse or small grove of trees, especially live oak or elm.
Housing Units (2000): 441
Land area (2000): 0.903422 sq. miles (2.339852 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 0.903422 sq. miles (2.339852 sq. km)
FIPS code: 54620
Located within: North Dakota (ND), FIPS 38
Location: 46.373506 N, 102.324916 W
ZIP Codes (1990):
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Mott is a 1973 album by British band Mott the Hoople. It peaked at No. 7 in the UK Albums Chart.
"All the Way from Memphis", an edited version of which was released as a single, received considerable airplay on U.S. radio and captured the band overseas fans, as well as reaching the UK Singles Chart.
Mott is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Basil Mott (1859–1938), British civil engineer
- Bitsy Mott (1918–2001), American baseball player
- Charles James Mott (1880–1918), British baritone
- Charles Stewart Mott (1875–1973), American politician
- Christopher Mott, American academic
- Dan Mott ( fl. 2000 - 2007), American actor
- E. Bertram Mott (1897–1961), American politician
- Edward John Mott (1893–1967), British soldier
- Frank Luther Mott (1886–1964), American historian
- Frederick Walker Mott (1853–1926), British biochemist
- George I. Mott (1927–1986), American firefighter and "spontaneous human combustion" victim
- Gershom Mott (1822–1884), American army officer
- Gordon Newell Mott (1812–1887), American Congressman from Nevada
- James Mott (1788–1868), American Quaker leader, husband of Lucretia
- James Mott (New Jersey) (1739–1823), American Congressman from New Jersey
- James W. Mott (1883–1945), American Congressman from Oregon
- Joe Mott (born 1956), American football player
- John Raleigh Mott (1865–1955), American YMCA leader
- Jordan L. Mott (1799 - c.1870), American industrialist
- Jordan Lawrence Mott, Jr (1829–1915), American industrialist, son of the above
- Lawrence Mott (1881–1931), American novelist, son of Jordan L. Jnr
- Lewis Freeman Mott (1863–1941), American academic
- Lucretia Mott (1793–1880), American Quaker leader, wife of James
- Luther W. Mott (1874–1923), American Congressman from New York
- Luiz Mott (born 1946), Brazilian civil rights activist
- Matthew Mott (born 1973), Australian cricketer
- Michael Mott (born 1943), German Heimatkundler, Denkmalpfleger, Journalist and Author
- Morris Mott (born 1946), Canadian ice hockey player
- Nevill Francis Mott (1905–1996), British physicist
- Richard Mott (1804–1888), American Congressman from Ohio
- Ricky Mott (born 1981), Australian AFL footballer
- Rodney Mott ( fl. 1998 - 2007), American basketball referee
- Ruth Mott (1917-2012), British television cook
- Stephen Charles Mott (born 1940), American academic
- Steve Mott (born 1961), American footballer
- Stewart Rawlings Mott (1937–2008), American philanthropist
- Valentine Mott (1785–1865), American surgeon
- William A. Mott (1864–1911), Canadian politician from New Brunswick
- William I. Mott (born 1953), American horse trainer
- William M. Mott (1894–1961), Canadian politician from British Columbia
- William Penn Mott, Jr. (1909–1992), American landscape architect
- John De Mott (1790–1870), American Congressman from New York
- Peter De Mott (1947–2009), American peace activist
- Mott T. Greene, American historian of science and professor
- Mott B. Schmidt (1889–1977), American architect
- Morrison Waite (1816-1888), nicknamed "Mott", American attorney, politician and seventh Chief Justice of the United States
Mott is a surname and given name.
Mott may also refer to:
Mott (first name and dates unknown) was an English first-class cricketer associated with Cambridge Town Club who was active in the 1820s. He is recorded in two matches, totalling 7 runs with a highest score of 6.
Usage examples of "mott".
Mott observed a growing testiness in the astronaut, and when he reached Houston he suggested that Pope be summoned back from Canaveral and be given some rest and recuperation.
A Charles Hadfield had just contacted his neighbour and been advised to get in touch with DI Mott.
Lou Reed dwells with Mott the Hoople and the New York Dolls in a hazy Bermuda Triangle between sixties rock, disco, and the punk which has supposedly demolished both.
And he showed Mott a high-speed schlieren photograph of an unsatisfactory model perched atop a narrow steel pylon, more than a hundred minute wires leading from a hundred sensors mounted on various interior parts of the plane.
Ancestors of Mott and Strabismus had chosen opposing sides in Assyria and at Stonehenge.
Mott did was to check his impressions of the six new astronauts against the more technical knowledge of the psychiatrist who had supervised the analyses of the original hundred and ten, dismissing about thirty out of hand, and he found Dr.
June 1981, when the nights were shortest and therefore least helpful to the smugglers, a pair of daring aviators held secret sessions in West Palm Beach with a gang of resolute ground men whom the leader of the smugglers, Chris Mott, had met when serving time in the local jail.
The senator, hearing that Mott was in the neighborhood, invited him to dinner one night, and the occasion could have become an icy one because Mott launched right into the fatuities of the campaign.
German wives would be allowed into the country, but as a further measure to keep the scientists happy, Stanley Mott was designated to fly to Germany with greetings from the men and to ascertain how the women were doing and whether they were obtaining the meager funds their husbands were sending them from the allotments paid them by the United States Army.
Thomas Millsop, William Thomas, Thomas Mott, John Thornell William Mullens, Fria Newbald, Matthew Thornell William Pennington, William Penrin.
Senator Pope asked Mott if he could report to her new office, and when he reached there he found the Popes and Senator Grant in sober discussion.
And he showed Mott how the instruments sent aloft delivered electrical impulses to a kind of radio which relayed them back to Earth.
German A-4 rockets and the monstrous American bombers, Mott wondered at the curious and self-defeating decision made by Adolf Hitler.
Hitler had made a hideously wrong choice, but Mott also knew that before long the Germans would have stouter rockets capable of delivering eight and ten tons of explosives, and his secret briefings had caused him to fear that within the year someone would have anew kind of bomb which would be calculated in the million-ton range, and someone else would have rockets which could deliver such a bomb across the Atlantic.
Officers assigned here led the visitors through this enormous room and into the dining hall, a place of such brilliance that Mott could merely shake his head in wonder.