the largest city and the provincial capital of the balochistan province in pakistan. the city has been a major stronghold along the western frontier of the country. it is situated at an average elevation of 1,654 metres (5,429 feet) metres above sea level. the city is also home to the hazarganji chiltan national park, a national park containing some of the rarest species of wildlife in the world. its main shopping area is jinnah road and liaquat bazar. it has a large mix of different ethnicities.
quetta is derived from kuatta, a pashto word meaning “fort”. it is believed the city received its name due to imposing hills on all sides of the city. the hills which act as a natural fort are called chiltan, takatu, mehrdar.
quetta is a beautiful city. i went there and stayed at serena hotel.
the quetta shura is a dangerous mix of taliban leadership.
loud crazy and ghetto girl. down to ride for anybody all about money.
there go quetta.
a beautiful young relaxed lady who strives to do her best everyday. she excels in everything. she is always on the top and everyone just isn’t on her level. she is a good kisser and is good at letting her emotions. she is good at giving “feelings”. quetsia is a beautiful and smart person
spanish slang for pack of cigarettes. its usage is in almost always among people who come from panama. jefe, dame un quetun de blancos.
being a tegan and sara fan to the extent of twittering enough to make #sainthood a trendint topic on twitter, with the help of others who also got quinned. a: please rt: #sainthood #teganandsara #thainthood b: quinned! a: … b: okay, i’m retweeting. care to get me a copy of sainthood? :d the act of […]
a queer mexican; usually found wearing low cut “daddy’s little girl” shirts, tight jeans, beaner boots, and a surplus of chest hair. that beaner just grabbed my -ss! what a quexican!
adjective/adverb 1. of or relating to the state of being totally awesome (akin to “cool”, but several orders of magnitude better) -by jove, my good man, what a quexin idea! -i say, muriel, those crumpets were simply quexin!