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QUADRANT. In angular measures, a quadrant is equal to ninety degrees. Vide Measure.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Northern Quadrant: Veterans Memorial Medical Center Golf Course
The researchers found that there was high agreement among reviewers in 80 percent of quadrants, of which 69 percent were rated as dysplastic.
Third section was the Steve Covey's Time Management Grid6 to categorize activities into four quadrants. The Steve Covey time management matrix is an effective method of organizing our priorities.
Two patients who had residual perforation were of subtotal size involving all four quadrants. According to the site of perforation, graft failure was more in perforations involving all four quadrants (AS+AI+PS+PI), i.e., in 3 patients of which 1 had medialization of graft and 2 had residual perforation (Table II).
I pointed to each of the four corners of the room and named off each of the four spiritual quadrants. I asked commissioners to go to the corner that represented their congregation's preferred spiritual style.
In other words, the emotion of fear keeps them boxed into that quadrant. If they want to change quadrants, not only are there skills and technical things to learn, but, in many cases, there are also emotional challenges to overcome.
For any element K > 0 there is only one hyperbola consisting of two branches (in the first and the third quadrants).
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With its resultant quadrants (high/high, high/low, low/high, and low/low), a business can literally chart its stakeholders.
These four questions can be examined in a two-by-two matrix that results in quadrants with questions: (1) what is the achievement level of students in this school (quadrant A, question 1a); (2) is the achievement level of this school improving (quadrant B, question 2a); (3) is this an effective school (quadrant c, question 1b); and (4) is this school becoming more effective (quadrant d, question 2b).
The northwest and southeast quadrants of Figure 1 relative to the data point for the United States in the year 1900 have unambiguous interpretations.