quetsch


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quetsch

(kwɛtʃ)
n
1. (Brewing) plum brandy
2. (Plants) a German plum
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Which fruit is the main ingredient of the liqueur, Quetsch?
For me, one of the holiday's gastronomic highlights has always involved another new fruit: Italian plumsalso known as Zwetschge in German or quetsch in French, and available in our markets for just a short time every fall.
The black-and-white photograph accompanying Quetsch's obituary might just as likely have been taken years before or after I worked for him.
New Cardiff was the seat of Crocker County--both the circuit courthouse and Quetsch's office were located here--but more important, it was where Liss lived and worked, and that was why I wanted this job.
Al comes home, you go to a long noon dinner in the brown dining-room, afterwards maybe you have a little nip of quetsch from the bottle on the armoire.
Highly technical events showcase some of the newest and the best in the field (software training this year), and highly intellectual events such as the Quetsch lecture series inspire and motivate.
The American Society of Military Comptrollers Quetsch lecture series was designed to stimulate and challenge the listener and to present the personal viewpoints of well-known leaders and scholars.
Quetsch lecture series memorializes an outstanding government servant and provides a forum for cutting-edge academic lectures.
One of this year's two Quetsch lecturers was the Honorable David S.
Quetsch Memorial Lecture at last year's PDI in Dallas, Texas--the same day that his daughter was making him a proud grandparent!
The American Society of Military Comptrollers began an exciting new tradition at the 2001 Professional Development Institute (PDI)--the Quetsch Lecture Series.
We will also inaugurate the John Quetsch Memorial Lecture Series.