This was said in a tone which quenched
Michel Ardan's last hope.
Undressing, she went into the bedroom; but her face had none of the eagerness which, during her stay in Moscow, had fairly flashed from her eyes and her smile; on the contrary, now the fire seemed quenched
in her, hidden somewhere far away.
Her efforts in this line, however, were brought to an abrupt close by an untoward accident, which quenched her ardor.
A smart shower at eleven had evidently quenched the enthusiasm of the young ladies who were to arrive at twelve, for nobody came, and at two the exhausted family sat down in a blaze of sunshine to consume the perishable portions of the feast, that nothing might be lost.
Let craft, ambition, spite, Be quenched
in Reason's night, Till weakness turn to might, Till what is dark be light, Till what is wrong be right
But the interest of the day's proceedings for us is centred neither in the learned discourse of our friend Van Systens, however eloquent it might be, nor in the young dandies, resplendent in their Sunday clothes, and munching their heavy cakes; nor in the poor young peasants, gnawing smoked eels as if they were sticks of vanilla sweetmeat; neither is our interest in the lovely Dutch girls, with red cheeks and ivory bosoms; nor in the fat, round mynheers, who had never left their homes before; nor in the sallow, thin travellers from Ceylon or Java; nor in the thirsty crowds, who quenched
their thirst with pickled cucumbers; -- no, so far as we are concerned, the real interest of the situation, the fascinating, dramatic interest, is not to be found here.
I had serious thoughts of getting a pitcher of water and extinguishing that light too; but it was evident his curiosity was too keenly excited to be quenched
by that, and the more I manifested my anxiety to baffle his scrutiny, the greater would be his determination to persist in it besides it was too late.
The concentrations of the reactants and / or products in the quenched
reactions are then analyzed by the appropriate external (not related to the quench flow instrument) techniques.
As astronomers detect quenched
non-star-forming galaxies at different distances (and therefore times after the Big Bang), they now can more easily pinpoint what quenching mechanism was at work.
strength of these ions in the descending order was: lead ion > calcium ion > sodium ion.
A cylinder head quenched
by 1 jet represent low cooling rate quenching process and 2 jets high cooling rate quenching process.
coke is harder and stronger, and its moisture content is much lower than that of wet quenched