from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A quadrangle or court, as of a prison; a prison.
- n. Confinement in a prison.
- v. Quoth.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A quadrangle or court, as of a prison; hence, a prison.
- v. Quoth; said. See quoth.
- transitive v. To put in quod, or prison; to lock up; to jug.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of quoth.
- See quad, 2.
Idem propemodum quod_ micare, _quod talos jacere, quod tesseras; quibus in rebus temeritas et casus, non ratio et consilium valent.
Ad quod accedic, fi dogma quod« piaoi palacn lege fanciatur, quod falfum putes, licitum tSe oportere modefte diflenfum fuum tef* tari, fine contentione ', & tumultu.
_ "Castigo te non quod odio habeam, sed quod_ AMEM.
Brixham was a clerk in an insurance office, and Morgan could put him into what he called quod any day.
Morgan could put him into what he called quod any day.
Unde et nos pie credimus, confidimus et speramus, quod Theothocos, sancta polorum terreque potentissima imperatrix, inter alia loca dominacionis sue ortum sibi deliciarum preuiderit, elegerit et constituerit istud sanctum monasterium ex antiquo, in quod libenter perambulauit et frequenter, clausum Dei custodia circumdedit et protexit diligenter, ex quo orationum feruencium et uirtutum omnium spirauit odor suauissimus habundanter.
I’m still in quod for the Grolsch bottle incident, Chaz.
Therefore they're one and the same person, Q.E.D., and put little Thipps in quod.
We call it QED, after the Latin phrase quod erat demonstrandum, or "proven as demonstrated," and it is intended to bridge the funding gap, popularly known as the "Valley of Death," between research grants and private investment while advocating proof-of-concept development projects within the life sciences.
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