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  • croatia Their dispute, they said, was not with Serbia, who alone was represented at the Conference; it concerned Croatia, who had no official standing there, and whose frontiers were not yet determined, but would in due time be traced by the Conference, of which Italy was a member.
  • quid Besides, I want to give you the quid I promised you."
  • quin "I am not a bit more persuasive on my right side than my left, and I have promised next Saturday to the Three Graces - who are Dick and Quin and Baby.
  • quip He is so intent upon his quip or quibble or jest, that he loses sight of more serious things.
  • quit You quit puttin' you' clothes in dere.
  • quite "Yes, I'm back, Mr. Spooner, and I'm quite well," said Doggie.
  • quito Thence Inca Tupac marched to the place where now stands the city of San Francisco de Quito, where they halted to cure the wounded and give much needed rest to the others.
  • quiz Chalco Chima sent this information to Quiz-quiz, who was at a little distance, that they might unite forces.
  • quoin If the trunnion of a gun breaks in the discharge, or a quoin flies out, the shot is materially affected; never ranging, under such circumstances, the accustomed distance, nor with its usual accuracy.
  • quoit Tombs with a holed block or blocks occur in England, instances being the barrows of Avening and Rodmarton, King Orry's Grave in the Isle of Man, Lanyon Quoit in Cornwall, and Plas Newydd in Wales, which has two holes.
  • quota In that position it would register perhaps 96 to 98 degrees, while a glass inside the machine, and on the eggs, would register 103 degrees, proving beyond a doubt that the eggs, by their own caloric, were not only heating the egg-chamber, but contributing their quota towards heating the water in the tank.
  • quote The very work which Dr. Tischendorf pretends to quote is not even mentioned by Eusebius, in the list he gives of the writings of Hippolytus.
  • tia Tia Marta ate little, and urged the rest of the beans on tio Diego.
  • Qua Tempore nos illo, nemorum convexa priusquam, Aurora reserante oculos, caepere videri, Urgebamus equos ad pascua: novimus horam Aridus audiri solitus qua clangor asili; Rore recentes greges passi pinguescere noctis Saepius, albuerat donec quod vespere sidus Hesperios axes prono inclinasset Olympo.
  • Quoth "The chappie shows us sport," quoth Rhadamanthus, "guilty or not guilty; and I'm not giving odds either way."
  • Josiah Smith; Josiah Bartlett; Matthew Thornton; Rich'd Stockton; Step.
  • Portia "Don't be flippant, please," said Portia.
  • GOTCHA " Gotcha!" replied Heine, and picked up a rifle to sight at a target before strolling nonchalantly on.
  • USIA Do I understand that you or somebody for you is to summarize the USIA Voice of America broadcast that went out for the first 3 or 4 days subsequent to the assassination and that would be submitted for the record?
  • QUOT Hoc quidem opinamur ex influentia ignili solis aquatica simul & aeria lunae, & gravedine materiali terrae, & consimiliter de aliis stellarum regionibus suspicantes, nullam habitatoribus carere, quasi tot sint partes particulares mundiales omnius universi, quot sunt stellae quarum non est numerus, nisi apud eum qui omnia in numero creavit.

34 words made from the letters quotia

5 letter words made from quotia:

quito, toqui, quoit, quota, toqua, aiuto.

4 letter words made from quotia:

quai, atiq, tiao, iota, quit, qiao, tuoi, aqui, touq, quoi, quia, taou, taqi, auto, quta, tuqi, oita.

3 letter words made from quotia:

oat, oui, out, tai, tau, iou, tiu, tao, qat, uta, tia.

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