Quarter of 10 - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
(a) quarter of (a given hour in time) (redirected from quarter of 10)
(a) quarter of (a given hour in time)
A quarter of an hour (15 minutes) before the named hour in time (e.g., "quarter of six" would mean 5:45). Primarily heard in US. A: "What time does the movie start?" B: "Not until a quarter of eight, so we've got plenty of time!" I thought I'd be home already, but with this traffic, it'll be quarter of before I'm back.
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Great late: As part of his unbelievable January, Bryant also had a streak of scoring in double figures in the fourth quarter of 10
31, 1991, indicate that earnings per share will be above analysts' expectations for the quarter and at least 30 percent above results for 1990's fourth quarter of 10
cents per share.
Earlier this month, the company said it expects adjusted earnings for the quarter of 10
cents, including a 3-cent tax benefit primarily from the favorable settlement of state tax matters.