That quota requirement was due in many ways to international pressure.
In July, parliament lowered its quota for female lawmakers on provincial councils from 25 percent to 20 percent.
Adding diversity to a comedy show—or to any show for that matter—simply to fill a quota would be wrong.
Fugelsang quipped: “Comics are bitter misogynist self-loathing drunks, and Congress already has already hit their quota of those.”
I am fighting that quota because I am an advocate of competition.
Impts de quotit, which are levied directly on the individual, who pays his quota according to a fixed tariff.
Mrs. Morley also, and in a more genuine way, added her quota of praise.
I asked him whether his wife would have any place in Paradise when he received his quota of seventy-two Houris.
Marietta added her quota of experienced wisdom to the discussion.
He had brought with him three hundred Spartans, as the quota furnished by that city.
1660s, from Medieval Latin quota, from Latin quota pars "how large a part," from quota, fem. singular of quotus "which, what number (in sequence);" see quote (v.). Earliest reference is to contributions of soldiers or supplies levied from a town or district; immigration sense is from 1921.