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quencher

slang An alcoholic beverage. We've got some time to kill, so let's throw back a few quenchers before we board the train. What kind of quencher can I get you?

quencher

(ˈkwɛntʃɚ)
n. a drink of liquor or beer. I could really use a quencher about now.
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With the quench system in place, for a continuous-process rotary tank cooker, BTUs and kilowatt hours can be reduced by 35 percent compared to an identical rotary tank cooker without the quench system.
Mr McCarthy threatened to make his frustrations public and says First Quench instead agreed to buy him out.
But it is now hoping to secure a sale of the 800 remaining stores, juggling the needs of creditors and staff and the desire to offload First Quench as a going concern.
First Quench currently operates around 1,200 stores across Scotland, England and Wales under its various brands and employs about 6,300 people.
In this paper, we give some conditions under which the solution of (9)-(11) quenches in a finite time and estimate its semidiscrete quenching time.
With its proprietary ingredient package, Olay Quench goes beyond simple moisturizing to quench skin's thirst, the company says.
The Quench line will be available at chain drug and other mass market outlets in January 2005.
Olay Quench goes beyond simple moisturization to quench the skin's thirst, company officials say.
When Moses does so, water comes forth, and the people's thirst is quenched. In recognition of the incident, Moses renames the place Massah ("testing") or Meribah ("contention").
The most commonly used proportional counter gases are either P-10 (90 % Ar with 10 % methane) or xenon and a quench gas, such as methane or carbon dioxide.
We then measu red the ability of these 25 compounds to quench the fluorescence of these metabolites.
A 37.5% quench of intrinsic tryptophan fluorescence was observed upon the addition of its optimal in vitro DNA binding site.
Workers in the 1,200 branches of Victoria Wine and Thresher off-licences, run by Japanese-owned First Quench, had been told by head office that they should not put up any traditional festive decorations, including trees and tinsel.
For tool steels quenched from over 2000F, the quench rate from about 1800F down to about 1300F must be rapid enough to avoid undesirable reactions which can impair toughness and hardness response.