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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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There is usually cowskin fringe at the openings of the bowcase and quiver and often also at each hanging end of the shoulder strap.
Through its subsidiaries, Tink's, Dead Down Wind, Obsession Bows, and now Ramcat, Arcus markets and manufactures a range of deer lures, attractants, scent control products, premium bows, broadheads, replacement blades, quivers, and other archery accessories.
Some take their quiver off to shoot, and others use either a hip or back quiver.
They encode information about the structure of the monoid algebra kB and allows us to describe a quiver presentation of kB.
Booker made the comments about Robin Quivers during the red carpet event in Newark for the debut of the (http://www.
Wendy Foden, a researcher at the South African National Biodiversity Institute, told Reuters that while studying different sites of quiver trees, she noted that northern trees, closer to the equator, had mortality rates higher than in the South.
The Gale-Robinson quivers are defined in Section 3, the graphs [G.
As moveable bowsights become more popular, bowhunters are looking for quivers that are compatible with their sight.
In 1834 Karl Bodmer painted a fine watercolor of one of these early otterskin quivers.
Kilgraney Agassi, long seen as a likely candidate for outright honours, unleashed a smart burst of early pace in the top division race to comfortably lead-up market rival Quivers Punch.
We see him gradually draw together his radio family - Fred Norris with his wit like wildfire and his personality like wallpaper, that unflappable counter-banterer Robin Quivers, filthy gag man Jackie Martling who makes Howard seem classy by comparison, all expertly playing themselves - and come up with such groundbreakers as the first nude woman on radio.
Bows and arrows, quivers, tabs, gloves, arm guards, plus a small handful of accessories once created a full line of archery products.
QUIVERS HAVE ADVANCED from a simple necessity purchased without much forethought to a sleek accessory and significant part of today's high-tech bows.
nDraw with the sponsor's prices: 1 Quivers Golan (14-1) 2 Stoke Lad (7-1), 3 Bills Paid (5-2), 4 Connoisseur (6-4), 5 Stoke Lane (5-1), 6 Missed The Putt (5-1)