Quarter seal

QUARTER SEAL. The seal kept by the director of the chancery in Scotland is so called. It is in the shape and impression of the fourth part of the great seal. Bell's Scotch Law Diet. h.t.

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Glenbard West had a 9-point lead at the end of the period, and it hovered there until a 9-2 run in the fourth quarter sealed things up for the Hilltoppers.
Two goals in the game's final quarter sealed only the second win of the campaign at home.
Tries by full back Aled Summerhill and replacement inside-half Lloyd Williams in the last quarter sealed the victory for the Sardis Road men, who were trailing 27-21 early in the second half.
And Fermanagh had three late frees to tie matters but Sean Quigley was off target as a crisp third quarter sealed the deal for the Breffni boys
A 12-0 run during a 24-point third quarter sealed the victory.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger went 22-for-40 for 245 yards and two touchdowns, but his costly interception in the fourth quarter sealed the Steelers' second straight loss at Mile High.
A 16-1 run in the opening minutes of the second quarter sealed the game for the win before the game reached halftime with Riyadi's offensive machine still running strong.
Two tries in the space of five minutes at the end of the third quarter sealed Cov's fate - the second with lock Liam Mather in the sin bin - and although the visitors mounted a strong finish in an attempt to retrieve something from the game, Jersey's well-drilled defence gave nothing away and they went back upfield to claim a bonus-point fourth try in the dying moments.
And his 50-yard run in the fourth quarter sealed the deal, and the Beavers' fate.
Tries from Gordon D'Arcy and 'man of the match' Shane Horgan in the last quarter sealed it as their talented backs finally got moving.
A rampaging final quarter sealed Nuneaton's 31-7 Senior Cup win over New Brighton and a fourth round tilt away at Newbury.
A goal and two points against Tyrone in the final quarter sealed victory in Omagh but Smyth is loath to take too much credit.