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quiver

kwi ver

  • n  an almost pleasurable sensation of fright
  • n  a shaky motion
  • n  case for holding arrows
  • n  the act of vibrating
  • v  shake with fast, tremulous movements
  • v  move back and forth very rapidly
  • v  move with or as if with a regular alternating motion

  • QUIVER TREE This striking giant aloe was given its name by the San people of southern Africa, who use the tree's hollow branches as quivers for their arrows.
  • QUIVER TREE This striking giant aloe was given its name by the San people of southern Africa, who use the tree's hollow branches as quivers for their arrows.
  • Speaking of, we get to spy on Sienna Miller's fittings for the cover shoot, which gives us the pleasure of seeing a confident actress quiver in the presence of Wintour (not a hugger.
Quotes

  • Ben Bernanke in The Australian
    Although conventional interest rate policy is constrained by the fact that nominal interest rates cannot fall below zero, the second arrow in the Federal Reserve's quiver - the provision of liquidity - remains effective,Mr Bernanke said.
  • Nancy Pelosi in FOXNews
    We have many arrows in our quiver, and we are sharpening them,said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.
  • Condoleezza Rice in Malaysia Star
    I absolutely believe that we have a lot of diplomatic arrows in our quiver at the Security Council and also like-minded states that would be able and willing to look at additional measures if the Security Council does not move quickly enough,...

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