- a round or rotation of duties; a period of work or duty taken in rotation with others.
- an agenda or circuit of sporting events, as a round of golf tournaments, played in different localities throughout the year.
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One in four desks is currently being used in the newsroom and follow a team rota system.‘Safe-space’ signs and which direction to face: At 30% capacity, how News UK is returning to the office|Lucinda Southern|August 13, 2020|Digiday
In an email interview with The Daily Beast, the former Rota chief stressed that he believes in a free press.In Brazil, An Outspoken Colonel, a Journalist in Hiding and Mysterious Threats of Death|Dom Phillips|October 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Nearby, in Rota, there is also a major U.S. base, another attractive target.
The gorgeous rota looks like an alien lighthouse, with silvery lights spinning out of its core.
As a foundation of their scheme, the cabal have established a sort of rota in the court.
Rotatoria (rta, a wheel) or Rotifera (rota and fero, to bear).An Elementary Text-book of the Microscope|John William Griffith
That an English sovereign should plead before the Rota at Rome was, of course, preposterous.
If the cause was tried at Rome, was it to be tried before the Cardinals in consistory or before the court of the Rota?
By this order the burden fell upon certain portions of the inhabitants exclusively and not pro rota upon the whole.Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution|L. Carroll Judson