Point it south and it shows you the stars and planets in that quadrant of the sky. People forget all too readily, but Greenspan is a consultant to Pimco, the largest bond manager in this quadrant of the galaxy. He was expert in the use of quadrant and sextant, and could take a lunar observation and work it out with accuracy. Pores of the same breadth as the bars, six to eight on the quadrant.
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To save this word, you'll need to log in. This word is used for a traditional instrument, used to make calculations of altitude and traditionally employed by sailors to navigate, which has a piece shaped like a quarter of a circle. A quadrant shower is a shower that fits snugly into a bathroom corner and displays a curved front, making a quadrant shape on the floor. But perhaps quadrant is used most often today to name a particular quarter of a city.
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Australia's political class blindly swallowed WHO's alarmist and totally inaccurate prediction of 3. In another Australia, the Ern Malley hoax had intelligent people laughing themselves silly that anyone could have taken the fictional author's nonsense seriously. Today, well things are sadly different. Instead of scoffing at 'Dark Emu' and deriding its author as a fraud, those who should be seeking truth are telling children his fabrications are 'irrefutable'.
The axes of a two-dimensional Cartesian system divide the plane into four infinite regions , called quadrants , each bounded by two half-axes. When the axes are drawn according to the mathematical custom, the numbering goes counter-clockwise starting from the upper right "northeast" quadrant. In the above graphic, the words in quotation marks are a mnemonic for remembering which three trigonometric functions sine, cosine and tangent are positive in each quadrant. The expression reads "All Science Teachers Crazy" and proceeding counterclockwise from the upper right quadrant, we see that "All" functions are positive in quadrant I, "Science" for sine is positive in quadrant II, "Teachers" for tangent is positive in quadrant III, and "Crazy" for cosine is positive in quadrant IV. There are several variants of this mnemonic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.