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quid

(kwid),
A substance chewed to extract its active substance (for example, tobacco, paan).

quid,

n See pinch.
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63) In his opinion, Justice Kennedy addressed the quid pro quo issue "more directly" than the majority.
While much scholarly research has focused on the hostile work environment side of sexual harassment, far fewer scholars have devoted articles to quid pro quo harassment.
Under the new tangible employment action doctrine, the lower courts are still applying the substantive (non-liability) elements of the old quid pro quo and hostile work environment doctrines in order to determine whether discrimination has taken place.
A more satisfactory 17" monitor will put a couple of hundred quid on the price.
With access to Quid, users have hundreds of thousands of indexed resources - from news articles to business filings, patent applications to blog posts - to aggregate, analyze, and visualize patterns in order to discover insights.
He even had to pay back the nine quid the FA loaned him to get home to Newcastle
Never mind kids for a quid - we would have trouble filling the ground if it was a quid for anyone.
And Hatton said: "Not everybody can afford to fly to the US for every fight, I could have made a fair few extra quid for having it at two in the morning.
BORO are urging season ticket holders to take advantage of the club's Kids for a Quid ticket offer by bringing up to four children to the Charlton game.
Some questioned favoring one type of business over others in contributing to advertising, but City Manager Ken Pulskamp said there is no quid pro quo, and the city treasury gets an ``outstanding return on our investment.
Quid pro quo harassment occurs when a supervisor or manager conditions an employment benefit or continuing employment on the employee's acquiescence in the form of sexual behavior.
Word is that we spent a ridiculous 75 million quid on flowers - up 20 per cent on the previous year.