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quin

(kwɪn)
n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) Brit short for quintuplet2 US and Canadian word: quint
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Noun1.quin - one of five children born at the same time from the same pregnancy
sib, sibling - a person's brother or sister
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quin

n (Brit) abbr of quintupletFünfling m
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For envy is a gadding passion, and walketh the streets, and doth not keep home: Non est curiosus, quin idem sit malevolus.
The harle- quin on the bank turned his little pug nose up to me.
Not many there be Who enter therein, Only the guests of the Irishman Quin.
The Quin Casepacker is an ideal choice for both single-layer and the much more demanding multi-layer applications.
The first author observed Quin during all interviews and took field notes (see Spradley, 1979).
The life experience of Ah Quin has become an increasingly important part of our social memory of the early Chinese American experience.
Occasionally this penchant for pronouns only adds to the reader's discomfort, as Quin abruptly switches subjects and thoughts.
Drawing on the strengths of both companies enhances our company's reputation as a value-add alternative for marketers seeking a vertically integrated source of marketing services," said David Henkel, president of Johnson & Quin.
Johnson & Quin is proud to have earned this endorsement from USPS," said David Henkel, president of Johnson & Quin.
Johnson & Quin and Staples share the same commitment to putting clients first and we are looking forward to a seamless transition.
Paul took Quin back to his house in Saltash, Cornwall, and Paul's mum Mandy put him on a cold shower until an ambulance arrived.
The win made it a perfect 10 on home soil for the Quins in the Principality Premiership this season and moves them to within a point of leaders Merthyr.