Rota

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Rota or ROTA may refer to:

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  • Rota (architecture), a rotating cylinder built into a wall, used for exchanging mail and food with cloistered clergy
  • Rota (genus), an extinct sea cucumber; see List of prehistoric sea cucumbers
  • Rota (papal signature), a sign which makes up part of the pope's signature
  • Róta, a Valkyrie in Norse mythology
  • Rota, a term for a schedule (workplace), a list of employees who are working on any given day, week, or month
  • Rota, a lion presented to Winston Churchill in 1943
  • Rota, the feminine form of the Chilean term roto (literally "broken"), used to refer contemptuously to poor city-dwellers in Chile
  • Return on total assets, a financial ratio; See Return on assets
  • Rota Fortunae, a concept in medieval and ancient philosophy
  • Rota system, a system of collateral succession
  • The Rota, the collection of golf courses that host The Open Championship
  • Linear B – Syllabic script that was used for writing Mycenaean Greek includes the ideogram U+100CF 𐃏 LINEAR B IDEOGRAM B243 WHEEL

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