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Quant

(kwahnt),
C. A. J., early 20th-century Dutch physician. See: Quant sign.
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Drogen formulated a session focusing on the quants and integrating their work into the PM's book.
She added: "Young people who couldn't afford Mary Quant were rolling over the bands of their skirts to make them shorter.
Quant, now 80 and living in Surrey, said she still most liked to see her mini-skirt worn "short and leggy".
CUTTING EDGE 3 Styling pioneer Sassoon at work on Mary Quant
Quant funds use algorithmic, or algo, trading, in which computer software takes buy/sell decisions on the basis of preset formulae after extensive data crunching.
I like quants, but they often narrow their focus to only numbers, when more insight is needed from other methods.
Quant a Melnychuk et ses collegues, ils se sont interesses au point de vue d'enseignants d'une vingtaine d'universites a propos des programmes d'education physique au Canada.
The experts on the forum comprised Rick Cressman, proprietor, Nailcote Hall; Peter Deeley, SACO; Tony O'Brien, Travelodge; Alistair Pritchard, Deloitte; Ian Taylor, Marketing Birmingham; Paul Rands, Quant International and Jonathan Wren, Colliers International.
QI'VE got a Mary Quant Special Recipe Perfume Essence, Wisteria which I've kept in in its original box.
Quant, a fugitive since January 2004, surprised authorities on Tuesday when he walked into the U.
Mary Quant, creator of the mini skirt and hot pants, was on every wish list.
We made two Mary Quant fashion newsreels, two about the Beatles and others called: 'First Man on the Moon'', ''England Win the World Cup', Santa's Grotto and 60's Hairdressers.