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quint

1. an organ stop sounding a note a fifth higher than that normally produced by the key depressed
2. Piquet a sequence of five cards in the same suit
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Quint Studer, local Entrepreneur/Visionary will provide his insights about the future of Pensacola.
In his suit, Quint said he faced regular disruptions by a group of students who did not comply with his policy that no voices be used during sign language classes.
But there was never any doubting his acting talent and his enormous screen charisma and he was hired to add weight to meaty parts such as Quint.
I can't say it was an incredible transformation on my part," Quint said good-naturedly during a recent interview.
It has a huge palate of colours that allow you to express a wider range of emotions," added Quint.
Obtaining help from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the Newark Taxicab Division, Quint tracked Khalil down at the "taxi stack" outside the airport terminal where cabs line up, and Khalil retrieved the precious instrument from the rear seat.
Frantic Quint called the Port Authority of New York and the Taxi Commission, which put word out that the violin was missing.
Seguono interventi di Zatti, Quint, Residori e Van Keen sulla letteratura "tassiana" che si genera a Firenze con l'intento di creare per la casata dei Medici il monumento letterario che la Liberam era stata per gli estensi.
The driver of the Castle Morpeth Borough Council van, Robert Sage, of Postern Crescent, (CORR) Morpeth, told the inquest Mr Moffatt, known as Quint, got out of the wagon as colleague Michael Grieg (CORR) went to the back to load two wheelie bins.
There's frequently turnover at the top, new administrators having their own ideas of what to do and not giving promising initiatives enough time to work," says report author Janet Quint, an MDRC senior associate.
Shop owners Quint Hughes and Helen Hodgkinson formed a close relationship with small family and community groups in the Indian capital, Delhi.
Enjoy - or as the ``seafarin' '' Quint (Robert Shaw) would put it: ``Here's to swimmin' with bow-legged women.