quiver


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Synonyms for quiver

Synonyms for quiver

to move to and fro in short, jerky movements

a nervous shaking of the body

Synonyms for quiver

an almost pleasurable sensation of fright

case for holding arrows

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the act of vibrating

shake with fast, tremulous movements

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move back and forth very rapidly

move with or as if with a regular alternating motion

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Quiver is an amazing, heartfelt book with a powerful lesson to share.
Pacer's quiver is decorated much like the one carried by Powder Face, with wool cloth and lanes of beadwork.
The Hoptic quiver is sized for every rifle case in the .223 Rem., .308 Win., .300 Win.
The quiver of [kF.sub.3] is depicted in Figure 3; for instance, there are two arrows from the bottom to the top since there are three connected components in the Hasse diagram of the R-order on [F.sub.3]\{1}.
The royal palaces of Nineveh, Ashur, and Nimrud were adorned with reliefs depicting Neo-Assyrian troops including archers with long quivers, horseman bearing lances, and masses of foot soldiers in pointed bronze helmets.
The man behind Quiver (not sure about the name - sounds like a 60s Californian cowboy country outfit) is Casey Greene.
Many of us quiver from time to time, touched by passing currents of doubt.
"If there is no expansion in the quiver trees' range, then models forecast a 76 percent reduction in its population over the next 100 years," Foden told Reuters.
is the last arrow in the enemy's quiver against the Iranian nation and the Islamic Republic", Khamenei said in comments broadcast on state television.
It involves a slight widening of the cheeks but the mouth remains closed and the lips quiver.
However, there are three negatives associated with keeping your quiver on your bow.
When the electrical part of the heart goes out of whack it causes the ventricles to just quiver (like shaking a bowl of Jell-O) going into a v fib rhythm that does not allow them to squeeze the blood though the body and the person can experience sudden cardiac death.
Quiver, Inc., a provider of categorization software for enterprise and online content, has unveiled QKS Topic Advisor, part of the Quiver Knowledge Suite.
In other Inktomi news, the company has completed its acquisition of Quiver (quiver.com), which offers information classification, ranking and retrieval through Quiver Knowledge Suite (QKS).
Quiver has also announced Version 2.0 of QKS Classifier, an upgrade to its flagship taxonomy platform.