quotation vs quote

quotation quote

Definitions

  • 1) A fragment of a human expression that is being referred to by somebody else. Most often a quotation is taken from literature, but also sentences from a speech, scenes from a movie, elements of a painting, etc. may be quoted.
  • 2) The act of naming a price; the price that has been quoted.
  • 3) An explicit reference or allusion in an artistic work to a passage or element from another, usually well-known work.
  • 4) The prices or bids cited.
  • 5) The act of quoting.
  • 6) A passage quoted.
  • 7) The quoting of current prices and bids for securities and goods.
  • 8) obsolete Quota; share.
  • 9) (Print.) A piece of hollow type metal, lower than type, and measuring two or more pica ems in length and breadth, used in the blank spaces at the beginning and end of chapters, etc.
  • 10) That which is quoted or cited; a part of a book or writing named, repeated, or adduced as evidence or illustration.
  • 11) (Print.) two inverted commas placed at the beginning, and two apostrophes at the end, of a passage quoted from an author in his own words.
  • 12) (Com.) The naming or publishing of the current price of stocks, bonds, or any commodity; also, the price named.
  • 13) The act of quoting or citing.
  • 14) a statement of the current market price of a security or commodity
  • 15) the practice of quoting from books or plays etc.
  • 16) a passage or expression that is quoted or cited
  • 17) a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage
  • 18) In com., the current price of commodities or stocks, published in prices-current, etc.
  • 19) [Abbr. of quotation-quadrat.] In printing, a large hollow quadrat, usually of the size 3 × 4 picas, made for the larger blanks in printed matter.
  • 20) That which is quoted; an expression, a statement, or a passage cited or repeated as the utterance of some other speaker or writer; a citation.
  • 21) The act of quoting or citing.
  • 22) Synonyms Extract. See quote.

Definitions

  • 1) A quotation, statement attributed to someone else.
  • 2) A summary of work to be done with a set price.
  • 3) A quotation mark.
  • 4) Used by a speaker to indicate the beginning of a direct quotation.
  • 5) A dictum; a saying.
  • 6) A quotation.
  • 7) A quotation mark.
  • 8) obsolete A note upon an author.
  • 9) a passage or expression that is quoted or cited
  • 10) a punctuation mark used to attribute the enclosed text to someone else
  • 11) A note upon an author.
  • 12) A quotation-mark: usually in the plural.
  • 13) A quotient.
  • 14) A quotation, or the marking of a quotation.
  • 15) transitive To prepare a summary of work to be done and set a price.
  • 16) transitive To refer to (part of) a speech that has been made by someone else.
  • 17) Commerce (transitive) To name the current price, notably of a financial security.
  • 18) intransitive To indicate ally or by equivalent means the start of a quotation.
  • 19) archaic To observe, to take account of.
  • 20) name the price of
  • 21) refer to for illustration or proof
  • 22) repeat a passage from
  • 23) put quote marks around
  • 24) To give a quotation, as from a book.
  • 25) To repeat a brief passage or excerpt from.
  • 26) To cite or refer to for illustration or proof.
  • 27) To repeat or copy (words from a source such as a book), usually with acknowledgment of the source.
  • 28) To repeat or copy the words of (a person or a book or other source).
  • 29) To state (a price) for securities, goods, or services.
  • 30) (Com.) To name the current price of.
  • 31) obsolete To set down, as in writing.
  • 32) To cite a passage from; to name as the authority for a statement or an opinion.
  • 33) To cite, as a passage from some author; to name, repeat, or adduce, as a passage from an author or speaker, by way of authority or illustration.
  • 34) obsolete To notice; to observe; to examine.

Examples

  • 1) The president has not denied any of the quotations in the book.
  • 2) There is no secret volume containing this stock of quotations.
  • 3) Why does he use block quotations here and shorter quotations elsewhere?
  • 4) The quotations in this book are a gold mine for other writers.
  • 5) When her publisher suggested a quotations book, initially she was ill at ease with the idea.
  • 6) I have searched most quotation books without success.
  • 7) General practice places a colon at the end of the sentence that introduces the block quotation, but this practice is not always observed.
  • 8) A quick glance at the copyright page of these two new books of quotations shows the frequency of new editions increasing steadily since the mid-1990s.
  • 9) Contrary to what many people think, you need neither a great knowledge of the classics nor a mind stocked with literary quotations to enjoy the puzzle's subtlety.
  • 10) This quotation is a favorite of liberals, although it does not appear in the earliest and best manuscripts of the Gospel of Luke.
  • 11) This quotation is attributed to Bill Gates, but Mr. Shapiro suspects that it is apocryphal, and is seeking the person who either said it or first attributed it to Mr. Gates.
  • 12) He recalled the quotation from the English essayist Walter Bagehot: “We must not let daylight in upon the magic.”
  • 13) This post needed more words in "quotation". zinkywinks
  • 14) So now at least I am going into appeal with a quotation from the S.C. nomineeanon (Quote)
  • 15) What I find interesting about this quotation is not necessarily the thought behind it, but that something written for an academic journal in 1915 should read so easily in 2010.
  • 16) For text, quotation is currently barely interesting in fair use law.
  • 17) I think you should edit the text in quotation marks to read "absolute honesty" and not "absolutely honesty".
  • 18) ‘Yet a professor I'm working with insists on having some 55-word quotations be set as normal quotes, and some 45-word quotations be set as block quotes.’
  • 19) ‘Age and ailments do not mar the freedom fighter's energy levels, he answers all his letters and his phone calls, files all his correspondence and can fish out exact quotations from Gandhiji's speeches in moments.’
  • 20) ‘It traces the usage of words through 2.5 million quotations from a wide range of international English language sources, from classic literature and specialist periodicals to film scripts and cookery books.’
  • 21) ‘Most of her wall decorations are paintings and drawings she's done herself, often with quotations from authors or inspirational thoughts.’
  • 22) ‘Then, too, exact quotations from speeches sometimes look decidedly strange in print.’
  • 23) ‘However, by getting both the quotation and its author wrong, he merely exposed his own lack of education.’
  • 24) ‘Out of context, a quotation from any text is meaningless.’
  • 25) ‘Regrettably, its evident scholarship has been combined with a heavy academic style, and the number of quotations from other authors becomes something of a distraction.’
  • 26) ‘The author uses extensive quotations from memoirs and minutes so that the reader can see the decision-making process in the raw.’
  • 27) ‘It illustrated the use of words with appropriate quotations.’
  • 28) ‘It is simply not possible to lift a convenient quotation from the text and expect it to illuminate a modern debate about rights theory without understanding the context in which Marx wrote.’
  • 29) ‘Patriotic speeches and publications during the period of the struggle for independence were often infused with Biblical motifs and quotations.’
  • 30) ‘Such accounts call for perusal in depth; so I'll end with a few short quotations that at least give the flavour of this delightful, and genuinely educative, book.’
  • 31) ‘The text is broken up by just four illustrations, one musical example and surprisingly few quotations.’
  • 32) ‘Though block quotations are always given in modem English as well as the original Tudor form, shorter quotations are only in the original.’
  • 33) ‘This is a beautifully laid out book, with the prose interspersed with short poems, quotations, poignant photographs, and practical checklists.’
  • 34) ‘Walls covered with quotations and images of inspiration and persecution remind visitors why they have come.’
  • 35) ‘Each of the 10 chapters begins with a series of short quotations.’
  • 36) ‘There are many shorter poems and quotations from history books scattered throughout.’
  • 37) ‘The objects, images, and quotations on display represent the experiences and judgements of people who lived under and rebelled against British rule as well as those who extended and enforced it.’
  • 38) ‘Although there are no musical quotations, the description and analysis of some of the works given are enough.’
  • 39) ‘The score contains a quotation from Busoni's Sonatina Seconda.’
  • 40) ‘His music abounds in hidden quotations and secret subtexts.’
  • 41) ‘One also hears quotations of the chorale ‘Aus tiefer Not,’ perhaps a tip of the hat to Bach.’
  • 42) ‘At length, the soloist and the orchestra meet on the same spiritual plane, a process aided by the quotation of the plainsong Adoro te devote.’
  • 43) ‘It crams in numerological and musical symbolism, and includes quotations from Wagner's Tristan und Isolde and Zemlinsky's Lyric Symphony.’
  • 44) ‘The piece abounds in quotations from Balanchine's leotard ballets, as the master's abstract works are called because of their stark costuming.’
  • 45) ‘In what ways are devotional images quotations?’
  • 46) ‘They are visual quotations taken from the wooden posts depicting stories of the Old and New Testament that line the front and sides of the church, respectively.’
  • 47) ‘There is another rich, full life being lived by him that has nothing to do with dark screening rooms and old movie marathons, homages, or visual quotations.’
  • 48) ‘There is a dialogue of sorts between many of the works, in the form of visual quotations, influences or direct connections between works of art - artistic thoughts that are like links in a chain.’
  • 49) ‘I noticed, however, for the first time that Vaughan Williams provides a partial quotation of the Dies Ire.’
  • 50) ‘Why is much contemporary Western tonal music so droneful, so full of ancient quotations or allusions?’
  • 51) ‘My one criticism would be that it seems overly reliant on lots of quotation from news pieces.’
  • 52) ‘This strategy does not just incorporate the parody or direct quotation of prior texts, but uses everyday objects as the basis of its allegorical structure.’
  • 53) ‘That decision is so well known that it is usually cited without any quotation from the speeches.’
  • 54) ‘There's a solemnly ungrammatical but sincere and oddly moving description of Baji Rout's role in the freedom movement that bears quotation.’
  • 55) ‘He provides copious quotation from the novels/autobiographies and the filmscripts and football reports, as well as from surviving acquaintances of the author.’
  • 56) ‘Ted Hughes's reply, which opens by describing our dispute as a ‘corrosive misunderstanding’, is worth extensive quotation.’
  • 57) ‘Because of that, it isn't actually amenable to quotation.’
  • 58) ‘Removal costs vary widely and quotations depend on the volume of belongings to be moved.’
  • 59) ‘The client usually receives a quotation with projections when buying a policy.’
  • 60) ‘One should obtain quotations from all the insurers to be able to compare costs and benefits.’
  • 61) ‘The aim of this study is to assess the risks of the project, so that a formal quotation can be made.’
  • 62) ‘When choosing a garage for repairs, David advises that you select a familiar and reputable company, and wherever possible get a firm quotation or written estimate for repairs.’
  • 63) ‘Ask the funeral director for a written quotation detailing all of these fees.’
  • 64) ‘The balustrade has been inspected by the appropriate council departments and an approved contractor who will now provide a quotation and method statement for the reinstatement of the works.’
  • 65) ‘The spokeswoman also suggested that online users call a customer service land line if they are not happy with the onscreen quotations they are receiving.’
  • 66) ‘The supplier then faxes back a quotation for the total cost of the materials in the quantities desired delivered to the actual job site.’
  • 67) ‘Cost accountants would be involved in helping to establish price quotations based upon the subcontractor's actual cost experience.’
  • 68) ‘Additionally, always pin them down to a proper quotation for their service.’
  • 69) ‘The solicitor should make clear at the outset if an estimate, quotation or other indication of cost is not intended to be fixed.’
  • 70) ‘Seek a detailed quotation in writing and try to use a firm with recommendations for reliability and good workmanship - a trade association might get help.’
  • 71) ‘Many insurers will not provide motor insurance quotations for certain careers.’
  • 72) ‘With only £5,000 for repairs they struggled to meet the builders' quotation of £30,000 to transform two farmhouses into holiday cottages.’
  • 73) ‘When the existing policy expired in March the villagers were told it would not be renewed and were offered a quotation by another company of £1,000.’
  • 74) ‘Insurance companies can no longer refuse quotations because of a person's age alone.’
  • 75) ‘Once we have this information we will prepare a quotation with the aim of trying to ensure your aims and expectations are exceeded whilst remaining within your budget.’
  • 76) ‘Because the day trader needs to monitor stock prices constantly, live price quotations are essential to his or her success.’
  • 77) ‘While stock and bond prices are attaining new record quotations and prices, the productive basis of an economy may be eroding and vice versa.’
  • 78) ‘During the take-over battle the stock quotations of both enterprises rose so that an investor would have to wait several hundred years to finance the purchase price of the shares from the present level of profits.’
  • 79) ‘If you come across a broker offering to secure quotations on your behalf you will need to consider the following.’
  • 80) ‘Like foreign bonds, international share quotations have existed almost as long as stock markets themselves.’
  • 81) ‘Knutsford was a tiny Manchester-based leather goods manufacturer, effectively a shell with a recently-acquired stock market quotation.’

Examples

  • 1) It is worth ringing a few chemists to get a quote.
  • 2) The prices of the quoted housebuilders plummeted, offering a significant buying opportunity.
  • 3) You were asked to get two quotes to get the door replaced, which you duly did.
  • 4) Half of those quoted a price for switching gas and electricity on the site saved 366 or more.
  • 5) The figures quoted are alarming.
  • 6) The longer-term plans are for the next three to five years and the couple have yet to find quotes for the work.
  • 7) Yet it did find it rather amusing to spot the following quote from him in OK!
  • 8) One member was quoted saying :'It has got really nasty.
  • 9) The newly quoted stocks are all in positive territory, increasing by an average of almost 33 per cent since listing.
  • 10) That toothless quote has inflicted great damage on the deeply unpopular president.
  • 11) He quotes false economic figures and refuses to correct them.
  • 12) Get a quote with and without insurance and get it in writing.
  • 13) The price quoted is for a studio.
  • 14) In one day you can have three different agents quoting three different prices for the same player.
  • 15) It quotes passages from her work that have come out of her own experiences.
  • 16) Members must quote their card numbers when booking.
  • 17) We could then feed that back into the business so we can better quote for jobs.
  • 18) Their assessment at the end of their book is worth quoting.
  • 19) New applicants also have to show they have quotes for the measures they plan to install.
  • 20) Ask for a few quotes and follow up personal recommendations.
  • 21) The amount paid out is often not as generous the figure you were first quoted.
  • 22) It had been a quoted company in its own right.
  • 23) Average call will be one minute for one stock quote.
  • 24) Figure quoted according to whether day or boarding pupils are in the majority.
  • 25) Winners must provide quotes for work and proof they have the right to make the improvements before receiving prize.
  • 26) The collection already includes quotes and lyrics from her dad JAY-Z.
  • 27) To be fair, that is a great quote.
  • 28) Mount quotes many striking facts.
  • 29) He learnt these long quotes that I already knew.
  • 30) ‘For proof look no further than last week's UK Press Gazette, which quoted Lord Wakeham's speech at the Bank of Scotland awards.’
  • 31) ‘He quoted Paul Harris' words, ‘This is a changing world, and we must be prepared to change with it.’’
  • 32) ‘One writer has noted 193 Scripture texts quoted by Patrick; 118 of these from the New Testament.’
  • 33) ‘I think it's good when the Senator speaks of God and quotes Old Testament Scripture.’
  • 34) ‘We wrote to him and quoted his letter to our reader (claiming no one had challenged the alleged rampant anti-Semitism).’
  • 35) ‘On page 36, Bill Kauffman quotes Ray Bradbury's line that ‘No person ever died that had a family.’’
  • 36) ‘Their faulty statements were unfortunately also quoted by the media and certain officials outside the mining sector.’
  • 37) ‘I will also quote again from the same article, which I think is very good.’
  • 38) ‘I will selectively quote what I find interesting; you can find the entire speech here.’
  • 39) ‘People are being milked for every last dime and scriptures are quoted out of context.’
  • 40) ‘The reporter extensively quotes a report that was " generated " by a former Australian Recording Industry Association lawyer.’
  • 41) ‘The deputy judge quoted extensively from the speeches of Lord Nicholls and Lord Hoffmann.’
  • 42) ‘And he worries that reporters might selectively quote from documents or other material they find electronically.’
  • 43) ‘In this paper, we quote extensively from the interviews.’
  • 44) ‘He quoted directly the relevant paragraph of the federal code, which outlaws paying persons to register or to vote.’
  • 45) ‘The judge then considered and quoted at length from the cross-examination of Mr Kirkland.’
  • 46) ‘He then set out his conclusions which I quoted earlier in this judgment.’
  • 47) ‘Spring makes a virtue of necessity, quoting from her letters and conversations extensively.’
  • 48) ‘The two lines from a poem quoted on the fourth page should have been credited to Dylan Thomas.’
  • 49) ‘The document was always referred to as quoting the thoughts of ‘a fifth century Chinese warlord’.’
  • 50) ‘‘I had not the slightest emotional reaction,’ she's quoted as saying.’
  • 51) ‘An unnamed Administration official is quoted as saying, ‘No one thinks the press conference was successful.’’
  • 52) ‘He was once quoted as saying: ‘… that's what I'm proud of being, one of the best shopkeepers on the planet.’’
  • 53) ‘He is also quoted as saying: ‘I don't think it's possible to stifle your opinions.’’
  • 54) ‘‘It took us a lifetime to build our houses,’ one former resident was quoted as saying in a Reuters report.’
  • 55) ‘Witnesses are quoted as saying the troops fired on residents from tank-mounted machine guns.’
  • 56) ‘He is quoted as saying that after listening to the debate he decided not to vote and instead he went for a stroll round the city streets.’
  • 57) ‘And that's not just because Rob autographed my free copy and quoted me on pages 133 and 202!’
  • 58) ‘One young entrant, quoting his father, wrote that his house was ‘built by cowboys’!’
  • 59) ‘The magazine quotes a plaintiff's lawyer: ‘We'll find out in about 2015.’’
  • 60) ‘I was not taking notes while McCain spoke, so I couldn't quote him verbatim, and did not purport to.’
  • 61) ‘I've become quite famous you know, people quote me in newspapers and I get to call Ray Martin ‘Ray my man’ to his face!’
  • 62) ‘If an article is written about your business or if you are quoted in an article, find ways for more people to read it.’
  • 63) ‘I am not actually quoting him word for word, you know.’
  • 64) ‘One widespread method to spice up a report is quoting unspecified diplomatic sources.’
  • 65) ‘One will just have to assume that the reporter quoted the petite entertainer verbatim.’
  • 66) ‘Diplomats quoted by the agency argued such a move would push Bulgaria's hand on the matter.’
  • 67) ‘The Daily Telegraph in London quoted one former Defence Ministry official as terming the episode a "cock-up".’
  • 68) ‘But he admits that it's favoured by people who, and I quote him word for word, ‘neither speak English nor Spanish properly’.’
  • 69) ‘One of the things he does when he's writing home is to quote Jane Austen a good deal to his sisters.’
  • 70) ‘Rani, she said, liked to quote William Shakespeare in her notebook, and wrote her own thoughts in it as well.’
  • 71) ‘The statement also quoted former manager Judith Maycock, who has not worked at the pub for more than a year-and-a-half.’
  • 72) ‘Well, the article in the accountants' newsletter referred to above quotes an example.’
  • 73) ‘A new scientific study was quoted in evidence on Richardson's behalf, decisively.’
  • 74) ‘In her memorandum opinion, Judge Kessler quoted a declaration by Julia Tarver, the counsel for three of the petitioners.’
  • 75) ‘New Zealand attendees should quote authority code #DOM3674 / 0.’
  • 76) ‘None of the books quotes any sources or authorities for its statements, and all have pathetic indexes.’
  • 77) ‘To support his argument, he quotes opinion polls showing that people in prosperous societies are often unhappy with their lives.’
  • 78) ‘Supporting this statement the authors quote a report of five patients published in 1983 by Miller and coworkers.’
  • 79) ‘Cheques should be made payable to ONS (please quote the reference number above with all correspondence).’
  • 80) ‘Payment must be made to the cashier at the above address, quoting our reference.’
  • 81) ‘As an example he quotes the classical story of Aristippus who, on being shipwrecked on Rhodes, realised that the inhabitants were civilised when he saw a mathematical figure drawn in the sand.’
  • 82) ‘Fruit pastes are also made in the New World; for example, Fannie Farmer quotes peach leather as a speciality of Charleston in S. Carolina.’
  • 83) ‘Second, the remarks were only quoted as an example.’
  • 84) ‘Both sides held firmly to their positions, quoting authoritative sources to make out their cases, and exerting themselves to the utmost to try and argue things out.’
  • 85) ‘However, all the contemporary examples she quotes show folk beliefs as an active element of people's lives, not as unchanging fossilised remnants.’
  • 86) ‘‘I think it's abysmal, and you can quote me on that,’ Roberts said.’
  • 87) ‘So it does have something to do with rejecting modern culture as being empty and shallow, you can quote me on that.’
  • 88) ‘Some readers may have been perturbed by the figures quoted in that article.’
  • 89) ‘Figures are often quoted to buttress preconceived and personal agendas.’
  • 90) ‘Your percentages quoted on page 40 make no sense.’
  • 91) ‘I was awarded £43.87 pension in June and after writing and quoting your article, I received notification today that it had been increased to £82.59!’
  • 92) ‘But all I was doing was quoting the Government Actuary Service's official projection based on immigration of 195,000 a year.’
  • 93) ‘For instance, the authors quote an example of a man who developed osteomyelitis as a consequence of failure to manage the leg ulcers aggressively.’
  • 94) ‘They are constantly quoted as evidence that man-made climate change is not happening.’
  • 95) ‘Lack of funds to purchase the dustbins and lack of suitable dumping sites are quoted as the main hurdles faced by the local bodies.’
  • 96) ‘Of course, I had no idea how much the journey should cost, so assumed I was being quoted an inflated price.’
  • 97) ‘The agent is quoting a guide price of €2.5 million.’
  • 98) ‘The agent is quoting a selling price of just over €2.5 million for the building, reflecting a net initial yield of 5.51 per cent.’
  • 99) ‘When property agents quote prices in sterling, allow for fluctuations between sterling and the Irish punt.’
  • 100) ‘While other air services quote cheaper prices for Dublin or Cork, travel cost and convenience to these airports should also be factored into the cheap air flight.’
  • 101) ‘However, I think that if the company advertises a service or somebody asks the price, they should be quoted the total price including any fixed fees.’
  • 102) ‘When asked to bid on a project, I'd quote an impossibly high price for my services, figuring that if I were going to continue to sell my soul, I should at least be well compensated for it.’
  • 103) ‘Most foreign exchange dealers would simply be quoting prices for a customer.’
  • 104) ‘‘As you know, construction prices are going up and when we went out to tender and the prices came in there was some hesitation in awarding at the price that was quoted,’ he said.’
  • 105) ‘It adds a fifth to almost every bill we pay in Ireland - one of the highest rates in the EU - but we seldom notice unless we are first quoted a price minus VAT.’
  • 106) ‘They were quoted a price that was £90 more than the same holiday in the standard brochure covering the same six-month period.’
  • 107) ‘The playgroup has been quoted a price of £8,000 to £10,000 to reinforce doors with security shutters.’
  • 108) ‘However, at another travel agent's, discounts were unavailable and a price of £2,488 was quoted for the same holiday.’
  • 109) ‘One is quoting the price for such a plan as ‘from’ £126 a year.’
  • 110) ‘She was soon persuaded to have more carpets than she wanted and they brought in some rolls before quoting a price for the work.’
  • 111) ‘Most are based on two adults and two children under 12 sharing a room; if a price is quoted for one child, this is because the accommodation takes only three’
  • 112) ‘The painter exchanged a bemused look with his assistant, but agreed, quoted a price, and asked what subjects I would like him to paint.’
  • 113) ‘Pick a sofa that's the right size for your room - remember prices are often quoted excluding fabric.’
  • 114) ‘Be warned, two prices are quoted depending on whether you intend to eat in or take away.’
  • 115) ‘You have to realize that when they quote you thousands of dollars for some small items, it really isn't much.’
  • 116) ‘Only Seagram, Lord Gyllene and Earth Summit of the last 11 Aintree winners were quoted at 20-1 or shorter by William Hill at the time of publication of the handicap.’
  • 117) ‘O'Brien's blanket entry left the Tote quoting the trainer at 13-8 to lift the sprint prize without naming any of his eight acceptors.’
  • 118) ‘The Rhinos are quoted at 11-10, Bradford are 5-2, St Helens 9-2 and Wigan at 6-1, while promoted Leigh are the 1,000-1 rank outsiders.’
  • 119) ‘Following the win Ladbrokes quoted Nil Desperandum at 10-1 from 20-1 for the Royal & SunAlliance Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.’
  • 120) ‘Paddy Power Bookmakers are currently quoting Chris Doran at odds of 7/1 to win the Eurovision and Louis Walsh has predicted his song will make it to No.1.’
  • 121) ‘Another baffling call from our friends the bookmakers as they quoted Waterford at a very generous 6 / 4.’
  • 122) ‘In golf you have a 150 runner field in which many players are quoted at 100/1 but have the ability to win given a few lucky breaks and good course form.’
  • 123) ‘Sackville was made 5-1 joint favourite for the Gold Cup by Paddy Power, though William Hill quote him at 8-1 and the Tote 10-1.’
  • 124) ‘Yesterday morning Hamilton was quoted at 50-1.’
  • 125) ‘A 25-1 shot when he beat Rooster Booster last year, Hardy Eustace is quoted at 3-1 this time and looks to have an outstanding chance of retaining his crown.’
  • 126) ‘Mr Cameron is the hottest favourite there has ever been to win a political election of any kind with William Hill quoting him at 1/66 to become the next Tory leader.’
  • 127) ‘He is not even entered for the Gold Cup and will be aimed at the Royal & Sun Alliance Chase for which he is quoted at 2-1 by Ladbrokes and Coral.’
  • 128) ‘Until now Greece has never even won a game at a major soccer tournament and before the European Cup began the team was quoted at 150 to one to win the final.’
  • 129) ‘The last time a runner was quoted at 1/4 for a race in Leopardstown it was champion hurdle star Istabrak and he fell at the last hurdle.’
  • 130) ‘Bookmakers make Hardy Eustace favourite to complete a hat trick next year with Ladbrokes quoting him at 5-1 and Cashmans a point longer.’
  • 131) ‘Paddy Power quote McCoy at 9-4 to ride no more than 289 winners, 5-1 to total 290-299 inclusive and 9-4 to score between 300 and 309.’
  • 132) ‘Already Woods has been quoted at 5/2 for the title with Ernie Els and Vijay Singh the nearest challengers on 10/1 and 18/1 respectively.’
  • 133) ‘A large number of Japanese companies are currently quoted on the US Stock Exchange.’
  • 134) ‘The company, already quoted on the Toronto stock exchange with a value of about £20m, is raising a further £10m to run a feasibility study at its Colombian gold and silver project.’
  • 135) ‘It is made up of the 100 largest companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange by value.’
  • 136) ‘Companies quoted on the London Stock Exchange are required under stock market listing rules to provide timely information on news that might affect their share price.’
  • 137) ‘If you are quoted on the stock exchange, anybody can buy your shares.’
  • 138) ‘Anyway, I was just looking for the text of his remarks, which I didn't find, but I did find an additional quote from the speech that struck me.’
  • 139) ‘Their quotes and epigrams take up a sometimes shocking amount of space in columns and essays.’
  • 140) ‘The sad thing is that the quotes and slogans are not only dated - but they're stupid.’
  • 141) ‘This can be seen clearly in the following quote about ‘speech styles’.’
  • 142) ‘Verbatim quotes from the interviews are included in the profiles.’
  • 143) ‘Its motto is a quote from Martin Luther King: ‘Our lives begin to end when we become silent about things that matter.’’
  • 144) ‘You can go into any of these great religious texts and pull out quotes randomly here and there to prove all kinds of things.’
  • 145) ‘The sites that have been chosen are listed and described next to each work, with encapsulating quotes or pieces of text narrating central themes for the groups.’
  • 146) ‘Words in quotation marks are verbatim quotes from the hearing; all others are paraphrase.’
  • 147) ‘That's odd, because there's compelling evidence that, at the very least, he fabricated quotes in the speech.’
  • 148) ‘Schoolchildren are required to learn vast amounts of quotations by heart, and allusions and quotes are sprinkled throughout everyday speech.’
  • 149) ‘Every week, or so, I will post memorable quotes from movies I like.’
  • 150) ‘After a thorough examination, the committee members concluded that, in fact, the quotes in the written text did not match the taped comments of the interviews and that the text was grossly distorted.’
  • 151) ‘The original is unfortunately lost, but quotes from the text can be found in other books.’
  • 152) ‘I will start my speech with a quote, which is arguably the most famous in New Zealand's educational history.’
  • 153) ‘The quote from his impromptu speech regarding space travel and its relation to human bone deterioration was hilarious.’
  • 154) ‘She is not responsible for the quote from that speech.’
  • 155) ‘The quote from the acceptance speech, which was delivered shortly before his death, serves to emphasize the consistency of his life and his theory.’
  • 156) ‘Last week I said I will give you a few quotes from old budget speeches.’
  • 157) ‘Although I have not read the actual documents, you have given a substantial overview with numerous quotes from the text - I have a good idea of the arguments made.’
  • 158) ‘He is now awaiting an insurance quote to ascertain the cost of repairing damage to both the statue and its foundations.’
  • 159) ‘The cost of simply getting a quote or estimate for its repair will likely amount to a fair percentage of the replacement cost.’
  • 160) ‘Once you have an idea of the areas where you'd like concrete to be poured, contact service professionals to get quotes.’
  • 161) ‘By using standard units of measurement on every project and by keeping close records of other material cost quotes, you may not even need to ask suppliers for prices.’
  • 162) ‘Compare quotes from different firms because costs can differ widely.’
  • 163) ‘Keep in mind that, in most cases, the pricing quoted by vendors will change based on your service-level requirements, so ask for quotes based on several service level scenarios.’
  • 164) ‘Direct comparisons with previous surveys, however, cannot be made as they obtain quotes for different profiles of drivers.’
  • 165) ‘Councillors were last night in closed session considering quotes from different firms for the general repair work.’
  • 166) ‘He also advises residents to get two or three quotes from different firms.’
  • 167) ‘Officials are understood to have approached three internet companies seeking quotes for the cost of setting up advertising software.’
  • 168) ‘By shopping around, you can compare quotes for scores of different plans.’
  • 169) ‘At that time I received a quote for contents insurance (bearing in mind I live on the second floor) of approximately £11 a month.’
  • 170) ‘The group organised for two builders to come and assess the damaged hut shortly after the storm for an insurance quote, but work has still not started.’
  • 171) ‘He is 18 years old and we have had an insurance quote of £2,847 for a car that is worth £375.’
  • 172) ‘I suggest individuals not covered by insurance ask for a quote before allowing their vehicle to be towed.’
  • 173) ‘Then I called my trusty curbside mechanic, who comes to the house with all his tools and equipment in his truck and always provides me with reliable repair service for about a quarter of what the dealer quotes.’
  • 174) ‘At least this time she obtained several quotes, but it still cost £32,000.’
  • 175) ‘I got a great insurance quote, which is really the last thing I have to provide before we close.’
  • 176) ‘For products from suppliers with e-commerce capabilities, the site also allows users to solicit sample materials, request price quotes, and place purchase orders.’
  • 177) ‘The site uses all the main insurance companies in the market, and claims to consistently offer the cheapest quote from its database.’
  • 178) ‘The site offers free real-time stock quotes to those who register.’
  • 179) ‘Then, Schwarz called her brokerage firm for a quote on the stock's price.’
  • 180) ‘He was very fidgety, he had a pager with him at all times, which he was checking the stock market quotes on, the movements within the day.’
  • 181) ‘The initial Web services provided access to information such as stock quotes, current prices, and sports scores.’
  • 182) ‘I don't particularly care whether a stock quote is 20 minutes late, but if I wanted current information I'd probably go to Bloomberg.’
  • 183) ‘This plan has involved disposing of non-core assets and seeking separate stock market quotes for businesses that can be ring-fenced.’
  • 184) ‘Other Irish companies with stock market quotes in the US have also suffered heavy downgrades by the market.’
  • 185) ‘So United are finding out that a stock market quote has a downside as well as an upside.’
  • 186) ‘C &C, owners of Bulmers, is heading for stock market quote.’
  • 187) ‘The movement of the networks into primetime with ‘news,’ and I put news in quotes, is a different kind of news.’
  • 188) ‘Most spreadsheets will automatically enclose text cells with quotes when exported in CSV format.’
  • 189) ‘Throughout the text, double quotes are used when citing literally.’
  • 190) ‘I put this in quotes because that phrase was once used quite a bit in America.’
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