Definition of quint
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And there are lots of examples of long-term poly relationships out there—established triads, quads, quints—
Quint’s warmth of tone centered the work, as did his control of the shifting attitudes, darkening and strengthening during gut-tightening ascents, yet capable of the most fragile pianissimo.
Quint is a baseball-cap-wearing good-old boy who drinks beer and cracks jokes.
Complications from the preeclampsia prevented Briana from seeing the quints until the day after delivery, which made for an even more emotional first meeting.
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In October, Fire Chief William Brehm went to the board with a proposal to retire the department's reserve fire engine and its ladder truck and replace the vehicles with a combination ladder truck and pump engine truck called a quint.
She and Annette are the last two living quint sisters.
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