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QUARTER. A measure of length, equal to four inches. Vide Measure.

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A total of 21 samples (Emphysematous exudates and muscle piece) from cattle and buffaloes suspected for black quarter were collected aseptically and were processed for isolation and identification of Clostridium chauvoei by molecular and traditional method.
The changing pattern of black quarter has been recorded in cattle at any age, but most cases of black quarter have been recorded in cattle and buffaloes between age group of 3 months 3 years.
The shirts, worth around pounds 300, have got red and black quarters with a tulip or crocus emblem on the left breast.
Argyle's strip of green and black quarters is reminiscent of the A & S's tartan of large green and navy check overlaid with a few thin lines of white.
In 1965 the carnage at the Pettus Bridge moved a nation; yet within some black quarters, Lewis reports, he was dismissed as a "Christ-loving fool" and an "anachronism" Things only got worse: There was Memphis, then Los Angeles.
There are signs of acute discomfort in influential black quarters over the result of that transaction.
In upcountry Edgefield he finds commodious homes and neat black quarters.