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quinte

(kɛ̃t)
n
(Fencing) the fifth of eight basic positions from which a parry or attack can be made in fencing
[C18: French, from Latin quinta, fem of quintus fifth, from quinque five]
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Online punters are to be offered the same range of pool bets as those on racecourses and in high street outlets, with the daily Quinte bet - which is responsible for around 20 per cent of daily turnover - to be identified as the e-Quinte on pmu.
The firm has inked contracts with The Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, Canada; Genesee, Colorado; Port Townsend, Washington; Terminal Island, California; Morgantown, West Virginia and; the County of Hawaii
Having spent 11 years working together as Bath Solutions installers and a combined 27 years in the Bath Solutions franchise system, the duo is now building the brand in a new way as franchise owners of the Quinte and Kingston locations.
Bay of Quinte Branch hosted the successful Ketcheson Reunion at the UEL Park in Adolphustown last July, and that was covered in the last issue.
The sale of the property adjacent to the Company's Belleville, Ontario corporate headquarters to Hospice Quinte and the just-concluded sale of a commercial property in Pointe-Claire, Quebec will generate net proceeds that will extend the Company's operating runway and reduce ongoing operating expenses.
Ce quinte bien dote s'adresse au chevaux de qualite.
WE'VE had plenty of good times at Uttoxeter over the years and had another on Thursday when we had a double for Garth and Anne Broom with Shaking Hands and Quinte Du Chatelet.
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.