Image: Genteel straight man Best known for: Sale of the Century Early life: Born Christopher Nicholas Parsons in 1923 in Lincolnshire and was the son of the doctor who delivered Margaret Thatcher.
What does SOTC stand for?
SOTC stands for Sale of the Century (TV show)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 23 other meanings of SOTC in our Acronym Attic
- Speed on the Beat (hip-hop)
- Spirit of Texas Bank (various locations)
- Spit Out the Bone
- Straight Off the Block (band)
- Sunday Oliseh Tribute Band
- Surgery or the Bomb (UK band)
- Sweat of the Brow (copyright doctrine)
- Sword of the Berserk (video game)
- Sword of the Bloodsworn (Everquest gaming)
- Statement of the Bleeding Obvious (Internet slang)
- Scrunch Out the Crunch (hair)
- Seal of the Crusader (gaming, World of Warcraft)
- Second Order Transmission Condition
- Senior Officer Trade Compliance (Canada Border Services Agency)
- Sex Outside the City (San Francisco area swinger club)
- Shadow of the Colossus (video game)
- Sign of the Chrysanthemum (book)
- Slightly Off Topic Comment
- Soldiers of the Cross (Danville, VA)
- Songs of the Children (Christian outreach)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Brian, a keen local quizzer, has appeared on numerous game shows over the years including Sale of the Century, Mastermind, 15 to 1 and Connections.
For news of the sale of the century see Elizabeth Taylor: Auction of a Lifetime (Channel 4, 9pm).
Cover story Discover the hidden secrets at Arleston Manor Pages 4-5 A dream waiting to happen An eco home with a nod to the past, just waiting to be built Pages 6-7 Let's move to Tamworth Six great properties and a round-up of the area Pages 16-17 Show stopper A Place In The Sun Live comes to the NEC Page 32 Sale of the century What the future holds for the magnificent Stanbrook AbbeyPage 33 Property expert Market stability is key to consumer confidence Pages 34 POST PROPERTY correspondents are Alison Jones and Annie Roberts Email: PostSupplements@mrn.
Byline: Quentin Willson SUNSHINE and shortage of stock may have perked up used auction prices, but for punters it still looks like Sale of the Century, with scores of motors at silly money.
First seen on American network NBC in 1969, Sale of the Century was brought to Britain by Australian game show savant Reg Grundy.
THE wonder of Woolies was the closing down sale of the century.