quantum[ kwon-tuh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF quantum
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I have something to tell you,” said Brandon grinning, “about the quantum jump.
In respect to foreigners the only guide is that of "quantum meruit."
The only question then left was the quantum of damages, to be assessed by a jury.
Now, no matter what the quantum might have been, it loses energy in kicking the atom.
Quantum sufficit, my boy,” he said; “but I will eat a few of your grapes.
Let us give her her quantum, and in time she will reach her level.
I care not what that fluid may be, so that I have my quantum.
The existence of quantity, or the limited quantity, is the quantum.
It was the principle that united the Colonies to oppose it, not the quantum of the tax.
Nor is Quantum ever more or less Quantum; it does not admit of degree.
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