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arrow in the quiver

One of several options or alternatives available. With all this varied job experience under my belt, I have more than one arrow in the quiver if this particular career path isn't to my liking. I've got a job interview next week, but I'm still handing out my résumé so that I'll have another arrow in the quiver.
See also: arrow, quiver

quiver with (something)

To tremble or shake because of some extreme emotion or condition. I positively quivered with anticipation as I opened up the letter from Harvard. We sat quivering with fear as the troops passed through town. The poor child was quivering with fever by the time I came home with her medicine.
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quiver with something

1. Lit. to shake or shiver from something, such as cold, fear, anticipation, etc. On seeing the bear, the dogs quivered with fear. Todd quivered with the cold.
2. Fig. to experience eagerness or joy. I quivered with delight when I saw the dessert. Tom quivered with eagerness as the door opened.
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an arrow in the quiver

one of a number of resources or strategies that can be drawn on or followed.
See also: arrow, quiver
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In addition, there is a cowskin pennant hanging from the quiver opening, and it is beaded on the flesh side.
The Hoptic quiver has small Allen screws on the underside to control tension on each individual round.
2 If X < Y in [LAMBDA](B), then the number of relations involving paths from X to Y in a minimal quiver presentation of a left regular band algebra kB is given by dimk [[?
30pm, you can book on 01905 770154 and there is more about the band on quiver.
Many of the quiver trees are more than 150 years old but may not survive the increasingly harsh temperatures.
First, if it is windy, a bow quiver makes the bow harder to hold steady when aiming.
V fib--abbreviation for ventricular fibrillation; ventricles quiver instead of contract
Skaters today have no quiver and little concept of what else is possible.
Their alliance offers what Cushman terms "more arrows in the quiver," when it comes to serving clients throughout the world.
In other words, the Access Board faces a choice: let deaf men sit unaware as their building burns around them, or condemn their epileptic cohorts to quiver uncontrollably on the floor, unable to crawl to safety.
The rod was much stiffer and sturdier than my float set-up and I attached the loose-fitting quiver tip to the end.
One of the archery industry's most recent phenomenons is personalizing your equipment, and Bohning Archery is out to help you do just that with new Colored Retainers for its popular Lynx 4 quiver that has already become a big hit.
Q I'VE GOT MY NEW BOW all tricked out with an arrow rest, sight, quiver, and stabilizer.
Theorem 1 Let [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] denote the cluster algebra with principal coefficients associated to the Gale-Robinson quiver of type (r, s, N).