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  • New York has no Latin Quarter. (16)
  • Ten cents, three for a quarter. (21)
  • His watch said a quarter to ten. (10)
  • Well, it was a quarter to twelve. (10)
  • Cut me a fair quarter, Mrs. Berry. (10)
  • A new quarter was springing up here. (12)
  • At a quarter to eight he heard the car. (8)
  • In a quarter of an hour, he was asleep. (8)
  • It is a quarter to five in the morning. (22)
  • The stable clock struck the quarter past. (8)
  • Adrian displayed the quarter of the cake. (10)
  • And such an one is the type of the quarter. (2)
  • That, from such a quarter, one might expect. (4)
  • This was in the first quarter of the night. (22)
  • He would follow them in a quarter of an hour. (4)
  • It would be all over in a quarter of an hour. (8)
  • Cecilia was down-stairs at a quarter to nine. (10)
  • He had never before sent it in till quarter day. (8)
  • I shall not give it up till a quarter after twelve. (4)
  • Another quarter of an hour brought her a great deal more. (4)
  • For the last quarter of an hour he had not even seen her. (8)
  • Only a quarter of an hour was between his visit and her return. (10)
  • He was to meet his bride at the church at a quarter past eleven. (10)
  • No Latin Quarter welcomes him, for this community has no centre. (16)
  • I was only out of my room a quarter of an hour, and I locked my door. (8)
  • In this quarter, indeed, disappointment was impending over Sir Thomas. (4)
  • For the last quarter of an hour, Algernon had not felt a motion of it. (10)
  • For the last quarter of an hour, Algernon had not felt a motion of it. (22)
  • The decoration of the rooms corresponded to the quarter and its taste. (12)
  • At a quarter past old Gradman came in black gloves and crape on his hat. (8)
  • Bob had found a perfect retreat after his quarter of a century in Ceylon. (8)
  • He drew in sight before she had gone a quarter of a mile, driving rapidly. (9)
  • She left the breakfast-room at a quarter to ten, after kissing her father. (10)
  • A cry for quarter went up, and the English were made prisoners on the spot. (19)
  • To-night before it strikes a quarter to ten, I am going to leave here alone. (10)
  • Frost, returning from an excursion to the part of the piazza commanding that quarter. (9)
  • They arranged for the statue, horse and man, to be exhibited for a quarter of an hour. (10)
  • He returned to it a quarter of an hour later, and lingered on in desperate mood till eight. (22)
  • I kiss my hand to Niagara for that reason, and would I were a poet for a quarter of an hour. (9)
  • About a quarter of a mile out lay a cutter, with her tan sail half down, swinging to the swell. (8)
  • A large annual outlay would therefore be needed; possibly for as long as a quarter of a century. (10)
  • Longfellow had a house at Nahant where he went every summer for more than a quarter of a century. (9)
  • She supposed, if he meant anything, he must mean an allusion to what might arise in that quarter. (4)
  • It was a quarter after three by the clock on the mantel; but she had never felt more eagerly awake. (9)
  • Might I say a quarter of a million-lifted in two seconds and a half-hundred thousand to the second. (8)
  • March took his fingers off the quarter, and went down-stairs and out of the door without another word. (9)
  • March was sorry for him, and he put his fingers on a quarter in his waistcoat-pocket to give him at parting. (9)
  • As a huge surge came athwart the quarter to throw the brig upon the sands, the skipper put the wheel hard up. (18)
  • Even now he debated with himself whether it was too late to call; but, decidedly, a quarter to ten seemed late. (9)
  • But it was a month before I achieved this vantage, and then I got it in a quarter where I had not looked for it. (9)
  • We possess rich establishments in every quarter of the globe, and reign over the fairest portions of Hindustan. (18)
  • The maid was for a quarter of an hour hovering between the order to get ice and the execution of immediate commands. (10)
  • He had walked into a quarter of the town strange to him, he thought; he had no recollection of the look of the street. (10)
  • Even the quarter of the town where we are has an indefinable Gallic flavor like the soupçon of garlic in their cookery. (14)
  • A quarter of an hour later he stood in the body of the emptying room supplying names to one of the gentlemen of the Press. (8)
  • In a softened tone she declared herself not at all offended; but he continued to apologise for about a quarter of an hour. (4)
  • While I was thus delaying, a gush of steady wind, as long as a heavy sigh, poured direct out of the quarter of the morning. (2)
  • Remittances of money came to him from an unknown quarter; and, with a break or two, have come ever since up to this period. (10)
  • Our horseman, now within a quarter of a mile of the crest, suddenly wheels to the left and gallops in a direction parallel to it. (1)
  • He was as much awake to the novelty of attention in that quarter as Elizabeth herself could be, and unconsciously closed his book. (4)
  • The fourth quarter of this Villa was occupied by Nicholas Treffry, whose annual sojourn out of England perpetually surprised himself. (8)
  • They soon outstripped the others, and when they had reached the carriage, Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner were half a quarter of a mile behind. (4)
  • Sir Thomas, drawing back from intimacies in general, was particularly disinclined, at this time, for any engagements but in one quarter. (4)
  • It is not surprising that, when the van bringing these lying sheets appeared in their quarter of the city, the libeled men overturned it. (16)
  • It is consoling as often as dismaying to find in what seems a cataclysmal tide of a certain direction a strong drift to the opposite quarter. (9)
  • Rounding the water-battery and drifting along the old Turkish quarter, we came to a large pleasant meadow, glowing in the rich light of the afternoon sun. (20)
  • Take a large sheet of paper, divide it into columns, each column into quarter sections, each column representing a century, each section, twenty-five years. (3)

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