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Quarter-saw
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Quarter-saw: To saw (a log) into quarters specif., to saw into quarters and then into boards, as by cutting alternately from each face of a quarter, to secure lumber that
Quarterage
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Quarterage: A quarterly allowance.
Quarterback
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Quarterback: Player who receives the ball from the center and directs the offense (Football)
Quartered
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Quartered: Divided into four equal parts or quarters separated into four parts or regions. Furnished with quarters provided with shelter or entertainment. Quarter-sawed
Quarterfinalist
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Quarterfinalist: Competitor in a quarterfinal round, competitor in the third-to-last round of a competition
Quarterfoil
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Quarterfoil: An ornamental foliation having four lobes, or foils.
Quarterhung
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Quarterhung: Having trunnions the axes of which lie below the bore said of a cannon.
Quartering
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Quartering: A station. [Obs.] Bp. Montagu. Assignment of quarters for soldiers quarters. (Her.) (a) The division of a shield containing different coats of arms into four
Quarterly
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Quarterly: By quarters once in a quarter of a year as, the returns are made quarterly. (Her.) In quarters, or quarterings as, to bear arms quarterly 6. in four or more pa
Quarterly statement
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Quarterly statement: Review of activity during a three month period
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