- n. Plural form of quantity.
“And if you have a diet similar to that of an average American, you are probably eating meat in quantities that are downright unhealthy.”
“Be warned! the next person who even LOOKS like they are about to chastise me for consuming it in large quantities is gonna get a book inserted into a NON book shaped orifice!”
“P2p and non p2p users download comparable quantities from the store as well.”
“The country that used to have an external debt in quantities beyond the governments 'political ability to repay now sees things the other way around.”
“The chances of a store carrying copies ofa book — published nearly a year ago — in quantities larger than, well, one, are slim.”
“Actually there are limitless supplies available at around $35 barrel, the level where it becomes generally ecomomic to covert stocks other than "pumped light oil" into oil products -- those other stocks being the likes of heavy oil, coal, gas, tar sands, shale, etc., which exist in quantities vasty greater than humanity will ever use.”
“By the way, your formulation of water in "usable quantities" is a red herring.”
“A negative LCROSS result tells us specifically whether or not lunar ice is in quantities that are easily extractable without esoteric and hertofore unimagined technologies that would require mining significant areas of the surface to obtain.”
“Dallaire explained that tons of condoms and other contraceptives were being shipped to and distributed around the region in quantities far beyond what the population could use and in place of much more needed food, medicine and other critically needed aid.”
“Readers will note that they not only sell it in quantities most especially useful for parish churches, but also in smaller quantities for those who wish to burn incense at home -- which, incidentally, is a practice which can be very condusive to setting a climate of prayer, or to mark a feast day.”
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