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It was quarter to ten.
It was quarter of two.
About a quarter of a.
It was a quarter to one.
A quarter will be enough.
And at quarter to five a.
It was a quarter to nine.

It was a quarter to noon.
It’s a quarter after one.
It was a quarter to eleven.
Net for the quarter was $0.
Happy end of the quarter!.
At a quarter to eleven Mrs.
Time? A quarter before ten.
It was a quarter to twelve.
I lay a quarter of an hour.
About quarter mile due east.
Tea in a quarter of an hour.
By the third quarter after.
I put a quarter on the table.
I was in at a quarter to ten.
This is the French Quarter.
But you see it is quarter of.
Less than a quarter of a tank.
He waited for a full quarter.
A quarter of an hour passed thus.
The fund gets a quarter of that.
Or was it closer to a quarter?
Well, it was a good old quarter.
How goes the time? Quarter past.
I did much better spring quarter.
It was already quarter to eleven.
This is not a quarter of its cost.
It came from an unexpected quarter.
About a quarter of an hour elapsed.
Oh, over in the Quarter, I hope.
Quarter to eleven at the latest.
It should take them a quarter of.
Wash the potatoes and quarter each.
I’m about a quarter Troll myself.
My pursuers were patiently quartering the hillside and moving upwards.
He swam quartering upstream, but still was swept downward rather faster than he had expected.
They belonged to people who had suffered the traitor's death of hanging, drawing and quartering.
I saluted and the Quartering Commandant drove away through the new, metalled gap in the lime trees.
Waves were quartering across the racecourse now, constantly threatening to throw the boats off keel.
No doubt if he'd had the wherewithal to afford quartering his own animals at home, he would have done so.
When he had pulled a mile above the village, he started quartering across and bent himself stoutly to his work.
The brother and sister hadn't a corner* of their own, but were always quartering themselves on different people.
Ryder, you will find a party of fifty and report to the Quartering Comandant at the house at 1045 hours; he'll show you what we're taking over.
Roger Morris and Gordy Adam, up front, struggled to keep the bow of the boat pointed due north under the relentless push of the quartering waves.
I was quartering my area now with my sight and my breath was coming in shallow heaves whilst my nerves were as tight as a virgin’s knicker elastic by the shot.
Keeping still and quartering the landscape with her ears, she pinpointed it, even more thrilled when she spotted a flash of bright feathers in a bush a few yards from where she was standing.
The wind, however, was gusting erratically out of the west, quartering across the racecourse at roughly a forty-five-degree angle, pushing in bursts and fits at the starboard side of the shell.
My dictionary merely says (1) the quartering, (2) soldiers quartered, and then relapses into irrelevancy; so that it is obvious English people do without the word for the delightful reason that they have not got the thing.
Shylock chimes with the jewbaiting that followed the hanging and quartering of the queen's leech Lopez, his jew's heart being plucked forth while the sheeny was yet alive: Hamlet and Macbeth with the coming to the throne of a Scotch philosophaster with a turn for witchroasting.
On a handsome mahogany table near him were neatly arranged the quartering knife, the various finely tempered disembowelling appliances (specially supplied by the worldfamous firm of cutlers, Messrs John Round and Sons, Sheffield), a terra cotta saucepan for the reception of the duodenum, colon, blind intestine and appendix etc when successfully extracted and two commodious milkjugs destined to receive the most precious blood of the most precious victim.
Randolph said that as an indefinite postponement was considered as tantamount to a rejection—for it prevents a renewal of the subject during the session, and a rejection does nothing more, as the House had heretofore had a woful experience in the case of certain very pertinacious petitioners; and, as he was afraid, they would again have from a certain body of petitioners, who, he presumed, had not entirely given up their hopes of quartering themselves on the public property—an indefinite postponement, then, being equivalent to a rejection, he certainly was opposed to the rejection of his own motion.
What happens is this: the governor arrives at the place of action, makes a speech to the people, rebuking them for their disobedience, and either stations troops in the farms of the village, where the soldiers, quartering at times as much as a month at a time, ruin the peasants, or, satisfied with threatening them, graciously pardons the people and returns home, or, which happens more frequently than anything else, announces to them that the instigators ought to be punished, and arbitrarily, without trial, selects a certain number of men, who are declared to be the instigators and in his presence are subjected to tortures.
The event here spoken of, was the quartering in the town, after the removal of that well-behaved regiment, the Argyle fencibles, the main part of another, the name and number of which I do not now recollect; but it was an English corps, and, like the other troops of that nation, was not then brought into the sobriety of discipline to which the whole British army has since been reduced, by the paternal perseverance of his Royal Highness the Duke of York; so that, after the douce and respectful Highlanders, we sorely felt the consequences of the outstropolous and galravitching Englishers, who thought it no disgrace to fill themselves as fou as pipers, and fight in the streets, and march to the church on the Lord’s day with their band of music.
And he quartered his men in them.
Furthermore, he would be quartered.
Where should they be quartered?
I got in the situation to be drawn and quartered though.
There, Fedótov, you should be quartered on them!.
I suppose that you are quartered in the Antonia fortress.
I pointed to the knife cuts in the quartered haunch of human flesh.
Barclay de Tolly was quartered nearly three miles from the Emperor.
She glanced over at the tray and picked up a piece of a quartered sandwich.
I was also drawn and quartered for not having brought her on the interview.
It was here that Beletski was quartered, with his camp-bed and his pack and trunks.
With a final sneer, Montañazul donned his own great helm, quartered blue and gold.
They were quartered in an Allcock & Sons owned hotel near the factory for the night.
During their stay at Moscow, the battalions quartered outside the walls knew no peace.
I was quartered at an old widow’s house, a lieutenant’s widow of eighty years of age.
Every house in Mozhaysk had soldiers quartered in it, and at the hostel where Pierre was.
Others quartered themselves along the Vozdvizhenka, the Nikolski, and the Tverskoy Streets.
The local men can live with their families for now, but the rest will need to be quartered.
Others quartered themselves along the Vozdvízhenka, the Nikólski, and the Tverskóy Streets.
For the purpose of maintaining communication a French telephonist was quartered in our dug-out.
The less bold among them contented themselves with pillaging houses in which they were quartered.
I was quartered in a remote station, and to pass the time used to go fishing for big barbel in the river.
Then Ralph found himself fighting shoulder to shoulder with the prince, recognizing him by his quartered.
Boris had been quartered, and had marched all the way, with Berg who was already in command of a company.
Ashley and his servant are quartered here, sputtered the latter, and like as not ’tis one of them.
Borís had been quartered, and had marched all the way, with Berg who was already in command of a company.
They quartered his corpse, fed it to the dogs, and left his head on a pike outside Smyrna’s northern wall.
A pupil of a seminary was told off as servant to a squad of Hussars quartered at the extreme end of the city.
They put him into the uniform, enrol him, and send him under guard to the place where the army is quartered.
In its reflected light he eased along the hallway towards the kitchen where the dogs were quartered for the night.
White Fox quickly quartered the scrubby thicket, and soon enough the forest grew taller and opened up considerably.
How much then must the probability of fire be increased in an abandoned, wooden town where foreign troops are quartered.
Aquilonian soldiers were quartered there, not only to protect the ravaged country, but also to keep the people in subjection.
The station management seemed to feel that they would be safer if the children quartered with Peter and Peter acted in loco parentis.
The civilian medical personnel who had been quartered in the passenger ship moved into the battleship along with the military personnel.
Every house in Mozháysk had soldiers quartered in it, and at the hostel where Pierre was met by his groom and coachman there was no room to be had.
We were waved into a field by and MP who stood at the gate here the rest of the Battalion was quartered for as long as the Staff deemed it necessary.
Then, he quartered it, tying the pieces together through the hamstrings and forearms with a bit of leather so he could carry one forequarter over a shoulder.
Cutting down each side of the spine was Max’s first choice, but instead he decided to slice through parallel with the ribs and each rib slice was quartered.
They quartered him in a room on the ground floor, where in place of leather hangings there were pieces of painted serge such as they commonly use in villages.
Meet me in my quarters.
And not in these quarters.
Had left it in his quarters.
A stack of quarters was lunch.
Just around the BSNL quarters.
Katie stepped into his quarters.
He's in the centnar’s quarters.
It was cramped metallic quarters.
About three quarters of a mile.
From there he went to his quarters.
Quarters for officers aboard ship.
This was the soldier’s quarters.
He did all this from his quarters.
They arrived at Michael's quarters.
You got a couple quarters?
Lyla directed Son to their quarters.
To him, four quarters was a dollar.
They're in hot quarters down there.
The doors to his quarters slid open.
These are not his regular quarters.
It was someone’s living quarters.
It was said in some quarters that.
Behind every quarters there was a.
Cut into quarters and cut these in.
Have a drink with me in my quarters.
I’ll be in my quarters, on the NC.
Brandela went back to her quarters.
They were chattering in all quarters.
He's below, in the cap'ns quarters.
On my bunk I was in private quarters.
Here, the infirmary, and my quarters.
Doody's quarters are under the house.
Wendy headed to her quarters and bed.
In some quarters, it is called lying.
Especially in such tight quarters.
Fold pastry into quarters; place in.
They’re in the officer’s quarters.
My father’s—no, my living quarters.
He put Ilona and Duana in his quarters.
Garcia went to his quarters and threw.

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Synonyms for quarter

quarter poop stern tail fourth draw billet canton

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one-fourth
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