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1. He was quartered at the embassy when he arrived in Paris.
2. Whites appear to end up almost exactly where they started, with almost three quarters at or above the national norm.
3. That's all, apart from the domestic quarters at the rear.
4. He therefore ordered an early dinner of roast mutton to be served in his quarters at three o'clock that afternoon.
5. Hands were wrung in every quarter at the prospect of homosexuals making a mess of this fine[sentencedict.com/quarter at.html], strong outfit.
6. From his well-appointed quarters at the asylum, the Marquis has continued to write his famously horrid fiction.
7. Register and pay tuition fee for the next quarter at the last week of every quarter.
8. A two a half percent in the third quarter at the end of the fiscal year.
9. The economy grew in the second quarter at its fastest pace more than five years.
10. We look for USDJPY to close this quarter at 82 and to drift slowly higher into year-end.
11. The Broncos lost starting guard Brian Habib with a lower back injury in the first quarter at Buffalo.
12. Souvenir stands and pawnshops and a strip club attract those tired of spending their incomes one quarter at a time.
13. Such a high proportion is unprecedented: the term share has previously reached a quarter at most.
14. AT & T has been losing landline subscribers each quarter at an accelerated rate since 2006.
15. Most economists expect the UK to return to growth by the fourth quarter at the latest.
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