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But they had to be careful with the spirits, the latter being more likely to produce than to quench thirst.
A smart shower at eleven had evidently quenched the enthusiasm of the young ladies who were to arrive at twelve, for nobody came, and at two the exhausted family sat down in a blaze of sunshine to consume the perishable portions of the feast, that nothing might be lost.
I had serious thoughts of getting a pitcher of water and extinguishing that light too; but it was evident his curiosity was too keenly excited to be quenched by that, and the more I manifested my anxiety to baffle his scrutiny, the greater would be his determination to persist in it besides it was too late.
Instead of moving the product directly from the 200 to 205 F water temperature of the cooker and into the 35 to 40 F chiller water, a mid-process quench cycle with unheated ambient temperature tap water (65 F) can capture much of the product's heat before it enters the primary chill cyde.
With the QUENCH XT3, we are targeting those users who are interested in smartphones but haven't yet made the leap to invest in one," said Faisal Siddiqui, country head of India, Motorola Mobility.
A FORMER off-licence franchisee has spent the past few weeks protesting outside the Liverpool office of accountancy firm KPMG after losing thousands of pounds when parent chain First Quench collapsed.
A FORMER off-licence manager is protesting outside accountant KPMG's Liverpool office, after losing thousands of pounds when parent chain First Quench collapsed.
Motorola announced that it will launch two new low-budget Android smartphones in Taiwan, in cooperation with Taiwanese operator Far EasTone Telecommunications (FET), Motorola Quench MB501 and Quench XT3.
This investment follows the success of the Heat Treatment Department, which already operates six furnaces, an existing Water Quench and a Polymer Quench.
Summary: Administrators of Threshers' owner First Quench today announced the loss of more than 2,000 jobs following another raft of store closures.
3 December 2009 - British Off licence group First Quench has announced that it is to close a further 391 stores with the loss of 2140 jobs by 20th December.
TWO of the remaining three Teesside stores being handled by administrators for off-licence group First Quench are to be sold.