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quencher

(ˈkwɛntʃɚ)
n. a drink of liquor or beer. I could really use a quencher about now.
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All the blood that is in your husband's body could never quench the furious, surging rapture that is in my soul
It appears that the fountain of water was enchanted, and that the dragon had been set to guard it, so that no mortal might ever quench his thirst there.
You are a frightful man, Malicorne; I was going to rejoice at getting this commission, and thus you quench my joy.
Dummling asked him what he was taking to heart so sorely, and he answered: 'I have such a great thirst and cannot quench it; cold water I cannot stand, a barrel of wine I have just emptied, but that to me is like a drop on a hot stone
The doctor put aside one gallon, destined to quench the burning thirst that a heat of ninety degrees rendered intolerable.
But they had to be careful with the spirits, the latter being more likely to produce than to quench thirst.
AN ANT went to the bank of a river to quench its thirst, and being carried away by the rush of the stream, was on the point of drowning.
Then he felt inclined to quench a little thirst, and to break off for himself a cluster of grapes.
Why not lie down and rest myself, and try to quench the fever that consumes me, in sleep?
All night, no one had essayed to quench the flames, or stop their progress; but now a body of soldiers were actively engaged in pulling down two old wooden houses, which were every moment in danger of taking fire, and which could scarcely fail, if they were left to burn, to extend the conflagration immensely.
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The automated heat treating system included a solution furnace with rapid quench transfer capabilities and artificial aging oven.
The quench sensitivity of 6063 alloy has been investigated via constructing TTP curves and the critical temperature ranges from 300[degrees]C to 400[degrees]C with the nose temperature of about 360[degrees]C [4].
This transition from superconducting to resistive is referred to as a quench.
So, even if MAH is grafted onto the PP backbone, it continues to quench the fluoranthene tracer but much less than free MAH.