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Use "quotum" in a sentence
"To apply the general to the particular, the play came to an end amidst uproarious applause, to which Babington contributed an unstinted quotum, about three hours after it had begun."
"Washington seems to have cherished no personal ill-will for Muse's conduct, and when the division of the “bounty lands” was being pushed, he used his influence that the broken officer should receive a quotum."
"The artist who contributed the largest quotum of force to this impulse was probably Liszt, whose fiery passions, indomitable energy, soaring enthusiasm, universal tastes, and capacity of assimilation, mark him out as the very opposite of Chopin."