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quist

(kwɪst)
n, pl quists or quist
(Animals) dialect West Midland and Southwest English a wood pigeon
[of obscure origin]
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Scott Quist is the first to admit that he's got a pretty dull resume.
But the last-minute bureaucratic hurdle is just "a bump in the road," said David Quist, 50, of Worcester.
The Institute's first Executive Director Dave Quist says the organization will be a faith-based think-tank that conducts research on a broad range of issues related to Canadian families.
Quist, who was previously vice president of sales and marketing at the Dixie Group, succeeds Larry Hill.
Such leaks seem "relatively common," report David Quist and Ignacio H.
Single parent Raymond Quist, who had fought a long custody battle to look after his 22-month old son Liam Cassidy, wept in the dock as he was told he was a loving father but flawed by his own addiction to methadone.
Throughout the nation, perhaps the most visible manifestation of the rise to prominence of the Christian Right was the quixotic campaign of a little known, fifth generation Minnesota farmer named Allen Quist.
Hambrecht & Quist, a San Francisco-based investment banking and venture capital firm, wanted to bring their telecommunications system in-house and looked at the options before them.
CarePayment today announced the appointment of Jim Quist at its new Chairman and CEO.
David Quist, 50, of Worcester mailed close to 10,000 postcards and distributed fliers to every resident and business in Millbury and Sutton, where Arthur T.
He ran the paper,'' said Rick Quist, executive news editor for the Daily News.