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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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A latest survey on Quad Play Services Market is conducted covering various organizations of the industry from different geographies to come up with 100+ page report.
'Depending on what you aim to achieve with quad bike sports, whether it is just riding around or something more extreme, you want the best vehicle on the market, especially when it comes to challenging and having fun with friends,' he said.
For its part, LSC said in a statement that the companies believe that the DOJ has reached the wrong conclusion in its assessment of the transaction and confirmed LSC will join Quad in vigorously defending the lawsuit in court.
Since opening its doors, Quad Prep has grown tremendously.
Both Auxiliary Units VFW and the American Legion have come together with the same cause to help our veterans that are in Quad County Hospice care.
The driver of the vehicle took off and a chase ensued - with the rope attaching the car to the quad bike snapping in the process.
Among the developments that led to the revival of the QUAD in 2017 are China's maritime expansion, the US strategic rebalancing to Asia, and the 'One Belt, One Road' initiative.
As a last ditch effort to save their friendship, the ladies were supposed to meet up in a neutral setting but Quad brought several friends along, leaving Mariah feeling ambushed.
The Quad's story began rather inauspiciously when DJ Mike Knowler, a lecturer at nearby Hugh Baird College, was asked to play a Christmas party for students in 1989.
On Sunday afternoon, police were called to reports of a quad bike smashed up on the side of the road.
The Quad X holds four drives and can accommodate either 3.5" hard drives, 2.5" hard drives or solid state drives (SSD's).