The narrow bow case rests on top of the wider quiver
, and both are attached to the shoulder strap.
A result of Gabriel says that a split basic algebra is hereditary precisely when it has a quiver
presentation with an acyclic quiver
and no relations .
Midlands Latin jazz combo Quiver
launch their album Cous Cous in Norbury.
The trees, traditionally used by bushmen to make quivers
for their arrows, have begun shifting their range southward, which some scientists say is a response to warmer climate conditions.
Third, a bow quiver
makes it tough to lay the bow across your lap while sitting on stand with an arrow nocked.
When the electrical part of the heart goes out of whack and causes the ventricles to quiver
this condition is known as:
And that's because we have more arrows in the quiver
I waited until the swim feeder was settled on the bottom, and tightened up the line until the quiver
tip hung at right angles to the rod tip.
Some fleece covering the limb pockets on the side opposite your quiver
will prevent any metal-against-rock clinking noises.
We then define a cluster mutation that proceeds alongside the aforementioned quiver
In fact, Quiver
could very easily be by Elmore Leonard.
Trimmed pieces of these hides are used to make the fringe at the bottoms of the bow case and quiver
and on the beaded tabs on the bandoleer.
has developed a portlet that allows its taxonomy and categorization applications to be leveraged in IBM's WebSphere portal software.
NEXTBRICK will use Quiver
products for its global client solutions addressing knowledge management, corporate portal and application integration initiatives.
a provider of categorization software for enterprise and online content, has announced that the first product in the Quiver
Knowledge Suite, QKS Classifier, is available.