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QUARTQuadrantectomy (surgery)
QUARTQuad Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter
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Dans l'autre quart programmA@ dimanche, la sA@lection nigA@riane avait validA@ son billet pour les demi-finales du CHAN, aprA?
Punjab struggled hard to come back in the match in the third quart.
Quart argues that during the past decade or so America's youth, egged on by their parents, have become wedded to consumption as personal identity: You are what you buy.
Without calling ahead, I'd driven to Polly's and dropped off three quarts of vegetable-beef soup.
It is this corporate colonization of teenagers' hearts and minds that Quart describes best.
Quart haunts video arcades, chat rooms, and malls, and interviews middle schoolers consulting for Teen People--whose executives lap up the students' insights on angora and advertising copy.
ALISSA QUART BELIEVES THAT KIDS today are victims of an unprecedented barrage of slick, mind-numbing advertising, a phenomenon dissected at length in her book Branded: The Buying and Selling of Teenagers.
adding 2 tablespoons of lemon juice for each quart or 1 tablespoon per
You should put 5 quarts of water in a 7 or 8 quart pot
Just a little more than the quart of liquid we're used to.
Birches also produce plenty of water, so it takes about 26 gallons of sap to make just one quart of syrup.