- n a quantity of paper; 24 or 25 sheets
- It can be habit-forming because patients become dependent on it and re quire ever-increasing doses, and they show severe withdrawal symptoms when it is discontinued.
- When MacMurray is not editing the magazine by means of alternately scribbling on and crumpling quire after quire of paper, he rudely baits Miss Colbert.
- Soon Q "set out a quire of virgin folio paper" and, under the influence of Robert Louis Stevenson, wrote his first adventure story (Dead Man's Rock).
- Steve Ashton in CTV.ca
We are quire concerned when people obviously try and get back into their homes a bit early,Ashton said. "But we have to be concerned about safety, whether it be safe road access, but also with utilities, whether it be gas or hydro."