To quarter

To QUARTER. A barbarous punishment formerly inflicted on criminals by tearing them to pieces by means of four horses, one attached to each limb.

References in classic literature ?
Calots are not permitted within the walls of the palace proper, and so I had had to relegate poor Woola to quarters in the stables where the royal thoats are kept.
The report finds that issuance rose quarter to quarter across all asset classes -- except mortgage-related securities issuance.
Despite a flat economy and the continued fallout from the events of 9/11, the Long Island office market reflected relative stability through the third quarter of 2002, with little change in key indicators from quarter to quarter and year to year.
Hong Kong one-month interbank rates climbed as high as 20.5 percent, and implied yields on three-month forward contracts for Hong Kong dollars rose to quarter highs near 15 percent in mid-June.
Despite a flat economy and the continued fallout from the events of 9/11, the Long Island office market reflected relative stability through the third quarter of 2002 with little change in key indicators from quarter to quarter and year to year.
The volume of oil imports varied substantially from quarter to quarter in 1990.
The Island office market remained relatively healthy, registering little change in key indicators during the year from quarter to quarter.