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  1. Stott

    The Stotts were a family of architects from Oldham, North West England, of Scottish descent who specialised in the design of cotton mills. James Stott was the father, Joseph and his elder brother Abraham Stott had rival practices, and in later years did not communicate. Their children continue their practices.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Stott in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Stott in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

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  1. Dean Stott:

    That was my new motivation, i surprised Dean Stott really. It’s a bit surreal still.

  2. Joe Girardi:

    We’re going to look at them both, didi has a track record and he has a chance of bouncing back and having a big year because I’ve seen him do it. Bryson Stott, we’re going to take a look at him. He had an unbelievable year last year and he continued in the fall league and seems to be in a good place and it’s going to be an evaluation.

  3. Dean Stott:

    Dean Stott’s ever done. After over two years of training I ’m delighted to have not only finished but broken the Guinness World Record, there were definitely moments where I thought I could n’t finish but the support has helped me make it to the finish line.

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