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quintan

 [kwin´tan]
recurring every five days (i.e., on the fourth day after the previous episode).
quintan fever trench fever.
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quin·tan

(kwin'tăn),
Recurring every fifth day, including the first day of an episode in the computation, that is, after a free interval of 3 days.
[L. quintus, fifth]
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quin·tan

(kwin'tăn)
Recurring every fifth day, including the first day of an episode in the computation, i.e., after a free interval of three days.
[L. quintus, fifth]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
References in periodicals archive ?
Wiktorowicz, Quintan, The Management of Islamic Activism: Salafis, the Muslim Brotherhood, and State Power in Jordan, State University of New York Press, Albany, 2001.
Quintan Ana Wikswo, who reviews the Jewish Museum exhibition of some of Mel Bochner's paintings, clearly does not like his work or the work of most (any?) of the "minimalist/conceptualist" male artists, and her review is clever, spirited and forceful.
This memorable work of graphic nonfiction began in 2007 as Lila Quintan Weaver's senior project to help finish an external degree in interdisciplinary studies at the New College of University of Alabama, her Phi Kappa Phi chapter.
Neil renews a friendship with childhood sweetheart Jane (Rachel McAdams), while Marina gets to know fellow outsider Father Quintan (Bardem).
Singerman, Diane, "The Networked World of Islamist Social Movements", Quintan Wiktorowicz (der.), Islamic Activism, Bloomington, Indianan University Press, 2004, s.
In The Management of Islamic Activism, Quintan Wiktorowicz saw the Brotherhood and the monarchy as locked in a mutually beneficial "role complementarity" which gave the Islamist movement a vested interest in the status quo and the character of a "loyal opposition." (6) Even when allowing for occasional flux in relations, scholars have consistently stressed the inability or unwillingness of the Islamists to question royal authority, the structure of the political system, or regime-defined "red lines" regarding oppositional activity and protest mobilization.
Hafez, "From Marginalization to Massacres: A Political Process Explanation of GIA Violence in Algeria," in Quintan Wiktorowicz ed., Islamic Activism: A Social Movement Theory Approach (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003), p.
A National Security Council expert on extremism, Quintan Wiktorowicz, who helped devise the new strategy said the administration was aware of 'inaccurate training' on Islam for law enforcement officers.
Wiktotowicz, Quintan (2004), "Introduction: Islamic Activism and Social Movement Theory," in Islamic Activism: A Social Movement Theory Approach.
Social theorists such as Quintan Wiktorowicz have used the term 'ideational framing' to describe the process of making sense of the world as a movement's raison d'etre in order to promote collective action.
Ace Tom The second half saw the home side take play to the visitors, putting them under pressure for long periods, however it was Mold who increased their lead with a penalty by Steve Quintan.