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If you imagine all the experiences we can have, from in-person to online, or recorded to live, up to now almost everything in life fit neatly into one of those quadrants.
There was a sheet of plastic dividing us, and the market had been sectioned into quadrants for distance.
In the Eastern Quadrant will be seen some specimens of present-day attire, chiefly ladies' and children's dresses.
A quadrant of a circle is one quarter of the same, being bounded on two of its sides by two radial lines, as in Figure 49.
There must also be change wheels, studs and quadrant plates, self-acting feed for surfacing and cross slide, and clamping nuts.
The discovery of the latitude is easily effected by the quadrant, but the longitude is the difficulty.
"It is very nice here," said Boris Stefanovitch, looking across to the Quadrant with wistful, melancholy eyes.
Jim promptly dropped his fingers on the quadrant where throttle and ignition levers lay, and jerked both of them up a few notches.
THE HERO OF PANAMAF. S. BRERETON
Bartholomew sprang from his seat a second later, but his blouse caught in the teeth of the quadrant.
THE NERVE OF FOLEYFRANK H. SPEARMAN
Astrolabe, an instrument formerly used for taking the altitude of the sun or stars, now superseded by the quadrant and sextant.

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