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quass

(kvɑːs; kwɑːs)
n
(Brewing) a variant of kvass
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Brian Quass took issue with the assumption about the low fraction.
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As a predominant media company, we chose to continue our relationship with Marketron because of their proven track record to deliver comprehensive and valuable business tools and software," said Mary Quass, President and CEO of NRG Media.
Mike Armstrong was a treble hero in a 4-3 win for Quass over The Maggies.
Seaburn's 11-0 demolition of TSOSAN included trebles from Gary Roach and Mick Joyce, while a solitary John Maguire strike earned Saltbox the nod over QUASS.
Roberto Quass, director of the National Disaster Prevention Agency, said there were no plans to step up current safety measures, which stop people going within seven miles of the crater.
The amalgamation of the talent and experience of Robert Sherwin, Berkeley Geddes and Dallan Quass has created a powerhouse team whose intent was to form a company with "great people and ferocious technology.
It's changed days now as his prowess on the course has given him a jet-set lifestyle with wife Ardina and son Quass Seth, 10.
The Podzols from solid rock materials showed the most shallow AE horizons (Table 5; Quass et al.
Oliver Quass bagged the home side's only points with a field goal before Ron Dickerson scored a touch down and Gronroof kicked the extra point.
However, Margaret Quass, a founder member of the Friends of UNESCO and former Director of CEWC, has pointed out that the funds for rejoining UNESCO should not have to come out of the overseas aid budget operated by the Overseas Development Administration.