Quart


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QUART, measures. A quart is a liquid measure containing one-fourth part of a gallon.

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By luck of birth possessed of a genial but soft disposition and a splendid constitution, his reputation was that for twenty years he had never missed his day's work nor his six daily quarts of bottled beer, even, as he bragged, when in the German islands, where each bottle of beer carried ten grains of quinine in solution as a specific against malaria.
Never's been drunk or sober in twenty years, and has never missed his six quarts of beer per diem.
Somebody had to pay for the six quarts, which, multiplied by thirty, amounted to a tidy sum in the course of the month; and, since that man was Dag Daughtry, he found it necessary to pass Michael inboard on the Makambo through a starboard port-hole.
In the second quart Rizwan made a lone attempt and entered into the D but nobody was there to take his pass.
After struggling hard in the first the SSGC scored their first goal in the second quart, 23rd minute, when Yasir Shabbir scored a field goal on a pass from Mohammed Zeeshan.
Liverpool prices for milk remain unchanged, the charges of 61/2d per quart over the counter and 7d per quart if delivered, which were fixed by the Food Control Committee a week ago, remaining in force until the end of December.
Les Marrakchis, premiers a prendre l'avantage, ont pris le meilleur grace a des buts de Youssef El Ayate et Abdelilah Amimi, alors que la seule realisation des Zemmouris a ete signee par Yahya Coulibaly qui a sauve l'honneur suite a un beau but de la tete dans le dernier quart d'heure de jeu.
Pour le quatrieme quart temps, les Algeriens sont parvenus a creuser l'ecart (72 a 69) et en une minute les Marocains ont arrache la parite au terme de la partie.
Salt: Add 1/2 cup of kosher or sea salt to one quart water.
The thirtyish Quart went out and spoke to "tweens" (7- to-14-year-olds) and teens--lots of them.
Looking for tea at the back of a cluttered counter, she spotted an empty quart jar, which she handed to me.