Definitions for "Quadrant"
The fourth part; the quarter.
The quarter of a circle, or of the circumference of a circle, an arc of 90°, or one subtending a right angle at the center.
One of the four parts into which a plane is divided by the coördinate axes. The upper right-hand part is the first quadrant; the upper left-hand part the second; the lower left-hand part the third; and the lower right-hand part the fourth quadrant.
An instrument for measuring altitudes, variously constructed and mounted for different specific uses in astronomy, surveying, gunnery, etc., consisting commonly of a graduated arc of 90°, with an index or vernier, and either plain or telescopic sights, and usually having a plumb line or spirit level for fixing the vertical or horizontal direction.
Early instrument used to measure angles and altitudes in astronomy and navigation.
a measuring instrument for measuring altitude of heavenly bodies
Keywords:  dutch, fasten, door, upper, leaves
A device to fasten together the upper and the lower leaves of a Dutch door.
A device for fastening the upper and the lower leaves of a Dutch door. Hardware Terms R
Quadrant is an Australian literary and cultural journal founded in 1956 by Richard Krygier, a Polish-Jewish refugee who had been active in social-democrat politics in Europe, James Mc Auley, a Catholic poet. An initiative of the Australian Committee for Cultural Freedom, the Australian arm of the Congress for Cultural Freedom, Quadrant was part of the defensive against Communist inspired, subsidised and influenced intellectual publications of the post-war era.
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An areal subdivision of the UKCS of 1 degree of longitude by 1 degree of latitude - typically around 6600 sq km. On the UKCS each Quadrant is further subdivided into 30 Blocks.
The gearshift selector indicator marked PRNDL.
Keywords:  mandala, sector
Sector of mandala.
Keywords:  sextant, see
See sextant.
A metal plate, often triangular, fitted horizontally to the head of the rudder stock to receive the steering chains or cables. The quadrant may be toothed to receive the pinion of a steering engine. See Pinion
Keywords:  birmingham, english, motor, few, cycles
The Quadrant was an English company whose full name was the Quadrant Cycle Company based in Birmingham that made a few cars were made from 1905 to 1906 and motor cycles from 1900 to 1927.
A short name referring to technology that provides tamper-resistant protection to cryptography equipment.
Any of a group of small, usually rectangular plots of land arranged for close study of the distribution of plants or animals in an area
Keywords:  circuitry, banks, share, access, group
a group of banks that share the same access circuitry