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noun - a unit of weight used in some Moslem countries near the Mediterranean
A unit of weight used in countries bordering on the Mediterranean and in nearby areas, varying in different regions from about 1 to 5 pounds (0.
noun - a unit of weight in Muslim countries
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|Last Seen in these Crosswords & Puzzles|
|Jun 16 2014 Canadiana|
|May 4 2014 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
|Mar 11 2013 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
|Oct 17 2010 Boston Globe|
|Jan 31 2010 The Telegraph - General Knowledge|
|Feb 19 1998 New York Times|
|Rotl might refer to|
|Temporary licence, formally called release on temporary licence (ROTL) and also informally known as temporary release, is a form of temporary parole for prisoners in jail in English and Welsh prisons.ROTL is divided into three categories:* compassionate licence|
* This class of licence is granted for exceptional personal circumstances, including funerals of close relatives, marriages, and medical appointments.
* facility licence
* This class of licence is granted to allow prisoners to participate in Community Service projects, attend life skills or education courses, undergo employment training, act as a police witness, attend at proceedings at civil courts, or visit a legal advisor.
* resettlement licence
* This class of licence is granted to allow prisoners to make arrangements for their release, including spending time at their release address, maintaining family ties, making arrangements for accommodation and for work or training upon release.