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Quartermaster
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Quartermaster: (Mil.) An officer whose duty is to provide quarters, provisions, storage, clothing, fuel, stationery, and transportation for a regiment or other body of tr
Quartermaster Branch
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Quartermaster Branch: Branch of the military responsible for supplies and ammunition, branch of the general staff
Quartermaster corps
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Quartermaster corps: Military corps which provides equipment and supplies (Logistics)
Quartermaster general
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Quartermaster general: Head of the military unit responsible for equipment and supplies (Logistics)
Quartermaster-general branch GHQ
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Quartermaster-general branch GHQ: Military branch responsible for equipment and supplies (Logistics)
Quartern
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Quartern: A quarter. Specifically: (a) The fourth part of a pint a gill. (b) The fourth part of a peck, or of a stone (14 ibs.). A loaf of bread weighing about four pound
Quarteron
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Quarteron: A quarter esp., a quarter of a pound, or a quarter of a hundred. Piers Plowman.
Quarteron quarteroon
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Quarteron quarteroon: A quadroon.
Quarterpace
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Quarterpace: A platform of a staircase where the stair turns at a right angle only. See Halfpace.
Quarters
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Quarters: Dwelling, residence barracks, dormitory
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