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Quinta

A division of Seagate that was originally an acquisition and then absorbed into the company by 1999. Quinta was the developer of Optically Assisted Winchester (OAW) technology. See OAW.
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Bath Solutions in Quinte and Kingston provide a variety of bathroom renovation services, including walk-in bathtubs, bathtub resurfacing, one-day bathroom remodels and tub-to-shower conversions.
The Quinte Consolidated Courthouse, located in downtown Belleville, Ontario, is a 171,446-square foot, six-storey complex that promises to rejuvenate the city's newly defined courthouse district.
The key with Quinte is to fish the early part of the season.
Les deux dernieres tentatives de Varadero, au niveau quinte, ont ete proches du cauchemar.
According to Dr Michael E Shannon, Medizone's director of Medical Affairs, Quinte Health Care has an excellent HAI record and to demonstrate success at one of their busy, acute community hospitals is extremely encouraging.
A friend passed on to me six copies of Catholic Insight at our last board meeting of the Quinte Right to Life Association.
Towards new equipment and operating costs, ensuring the availability of emergency food aid to low-income people in the Quinte West area.
Quinte Ballet School of Canada: A Dancer's Summer School, Open Division
Douglas Bensadoun's film At the Quinte Hotel was featured in the latter.
Claude La Charite reflects on the fable of the horse and the donkey, Andre Tournon on the theme of imagination, Maurizio Calvesi (in Italian) on true and false alchemy (the Quinte is false alchemy, with references to Paracelsus), and Gilles Polizzi on the narrative motifs Rabelais took from earlier works.
TORONTO -- The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte were among six winners in the 2002 Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation's (CMHC) Housing Awards Program, Affordable Housing Innovations, which was created in 1988 to recognize individuals and organizations that make significant contributions to improving housing affordability in Canada.
The NALL project's focus is on the informal and nonformal learning practices of people involved with the Growing Jobs for Living Project (GJOBS) in the Quinte bioregion, located on the north shore of Lake Ontario in Canada.