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QUIN

Pyle 1965. Interactive language. Sammet 1969, p.691.
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Tom's responses, nevertheless, do not give us the whole picture about his identity and the impact of the memory of Ah Quin on him.
If there is one who is slighted in both Judith Still's "Personal Reminiscence" and Quin's "Biographical Sketch," it is Verna Arvey.
If Paul had panicked and run home alone to raise the alarm Quin could be dead.
Paul said: "When Quin lit the container, it went up.
Like the Quin machine, the Endoline erector has a small footprint.
Reliability of Quin's translation content and semantic meaning agreement were 93% and 98%, respectively.
Two penalties by Liley roused Quins' hopes with Mannix getting one for Gloucester.
Lavish-spending Quins, frustrated in their attempts to land big-name stars, also signed up ex-Wasps centre Nick Greenstock.
Not yet safe and knowing they needed a result coming into this clash, it was Quins who got the first try of the match through right wing Dylan Morgans, which was converted by full-back Aled Thomas.
Qualification for the knockout stages was beyond Quins, with the Pirates having won all their previous five games to lead the Pool.
Easter won his battle with Ben Morgan - who went off with a gashed face in the 63rd minute - and was the rallying point for Quins.
Quins hit back and loosehead prop Cery Jones was able to stretch over the Coventry line.