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In mythology and literature, a quest, a journey towards a goal, serves as a plot device and (frequently) as a symbol. Quests appear in the folklore of every nation and also figure prominently in non-national cultures. In literature, the objects of quests require great exertion on the part of the hero, and the overcoming of many obstacles, typicall...
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• (n.) Request; desire; solicitation. • (n.) The act of seeking, or looking after anything; attempt to find or obtain; search; pursuit; as, to rove in quest of game, of a lost child, of property, etc. • (v. i.) To go on a quest; to make a search; to go in pursuit; to beg. • (n.) Those who make search or inquiry, taken collective...
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seeking noun the act of searching for something; `a quest for diamonds`
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[British technology magazine] Quest was a collectable magazine published by Marshall Cavendish as part of their `Partworks` educational range from the late 1980s and early 1990s, covering a range of science and technology related topics, such as construction, cities, transport and drugs. The magazine was available in fortnightly, hole-punch...
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[cigarette] Quest is a cigarette brand manufactured by Vector Tobacco, based in Mebane, North Carolina. It is manufactured using genetically altered tobacco plants. The product is available in three versions. Quest 1, Quest 2, and Quest 3. Each version of the product contained a different amount of nicotine. Quest 1 is reported to have of ....
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[Cluster of Excellence] The Cluster of Excellence QUEST - Centre for Quantum Engineering and Space-Time Research has been funded since November 2007 in the framework of the German Universities Excellence Initiative of the federal and state governments of Germany. The key research areas of the cluster are the quantum engineering and the spac...
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[esoteric magazine] Quest is an esoteric quarterly magazine containing material on magic, witchcraft, and practical occultism, along with personal experiences and reviews. It has been edited since its inception in 1970 by the author Marian Green, who also organises an associated annual Quest Conference. Its 169th issue was published in Marc...
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[gaming] This category is for articles on history books published in the 21st century. ...
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[Indian journal] Quest is a quarterly and bimonthly Indian journal published between 1955 and 1975 and featuring 20 years of independent India’s intellectual history. ==History== The publication is founded in 1954 and it is closed in 1975 when the government of Indira Gandhi declared in Indian national emergency. It was a product of the C...
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[journal] Quest: An African Journal of Philosophy is an academic journal publishing philosophical discussions on problems that arise out of the radical transformations Africa and Africans are undergoing. Quest includes materials on both current subjects related to Africa, and subjects of general philosophical interest, serving an internatio...
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[Noun] The act of seeking out or searching for something.
Example: The explorers were ruthless in their quest for gold.
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[ship] The Quest, a low-powered, schooner-rigged steamship that sailed from 1917 until sinking in 1962, is best known as the polar exploration vessel of the Shackleton-Rowett Expedition of 1921-1922. It was aboard this vessel that Sir Ernest Shackleton died on 5 January 1922 while the vessel was in harbour in South Georgia. Prior to and aft...
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[video gaming] A quest in role-playing video games—including massively multiplayer online role-playing games (MMORPGs) and their predecessors, MUDs—is a task that a player-controlled character, `party` or group of characters may complete in order to gain a reward. Rewards may include an increase in the character`s experience in order to...
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Quest intransitive verb To go on a quest; to make a search; to go in pursuit; to beg. [ R.] « If his questing had been unsuccessful, he appeased the rage of hunger with some scraps of broken meat.» Macaulay.
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Quest noun [ Old French queste , French quête , from Latin quaerere , quaesitum , to seek for, to ask. Confer Query , Question .] 1. The act of seeking, or looking after anything; attempt to find or obtain; search; pursuit; as, to rove in quest
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Quest transitive verb [ Confer Old French quester , French quêter . See Quest , noun ] To search for; to examine. [ R.] Sir T. Herbert.
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A set of tasks which, when completed, will result in some sort of reward
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Qualifying employee share ownership trust -A trust, established by deed, which allows employers and shareholders to pass on shares in a company to employees and which can be deducted in the calculation of corporation tax.
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quest 1. A search, exploration, hunt, or pursuit of some objective or goal; to look for or to seek something. 2. A journey, expedition, or excursion in search of something; especially, one made by knights in medieval tales. 3. The object, target, or goal of a quest.
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QUEST is an abbreviation for Quality and Efficiency in Simulation Techniques
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the act of searching for something
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quest

the act of searching for something
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the act of searching for something
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The USS Quest was an American Admirable Class minesweeper of 625 tons displacement launched in 1944. The USS Quest was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 14.5 knots and carried a complement of 104. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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[n] - the act of searching for something 2. [v] - make a search (for) 3. [v] - search the trail of, as of game 4. [v] - seek alms, as for religious purposes
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