1.Along with her husband, Quant opened up a small shop, Bazaar, on Carnaby Street of London.
2.By the time he began work as a financial-market "quant" in the 1980s, he had already become convinced that the academic mainstream was looking at probability the wrong way.
3.It was snowing vigorously, and anyone in a calico prairie dress might have wished for the plastic mackintoshes and vinyl boots of Mary Quant.
5.In 1973 a group of air hostesses model the new uniforms designed by Mary Quant for cabin crew.
6.The boat is equipped with handles, safe pulling rope, draw ring, quant and other relevant accessories.
7.Saying that I've got 10 quant jocks who are going to solve all my data problems is the wrong way to go about it.