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4. Hi @Quagh, glad its work! A whereHas method will construct COUNT SQL query for each level of whereHas query plus with WHERE query using addWhere method in Builder class if I'm were not mistaken.
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11. With these additional inputs and the mention on Github issue #705 by GitHub user @Quagh that just when the issue occurred, his system had switched from dedicated nVidia graphics processor to the integrated intel graphics card, we tried this:
12. Quagh // Jun 21, 2010 at 2:50 pm
13. @Quagh The Spark Core will comfortably take up to 6V, so a few AA batteries should do the trick if you’re looking for a simple battery set-up
quash (verb) · quashes (third person present) · quashed (past tense) · quashed (past participle) · quashing (present participle)
Quash means (1) to set aside or annul by judicial action, and (2) to suppress forcibly and completely. When squash is used figuratively, its meaning can come very close to quash in the second sense.
To overthrow; to annul; to make void or declare invalid; e.g., "quash a subpoena." Unreasonable, obviously irregular, or oppressive subpoenas, injunctions, indictments, and orders can be quashed by a court. For example, if jurors have been selected improperly, the court can quash the proceedings.
QUASH means to make something "void" [of no legal effect]. So a motion to quash subpoena is a motion requesting that the court "void" the subpoena--to render it invalid. Motion to Vacate is about the same thing--it is a request of the Court to declare something as void/invalid...
Quash in a sentence. 1. Graham attempted to quash rumours of growing discontent. 2. The government immediately moved to quash the revolt. 3. The company moved quickly to quash rumours/speculation that it is losing money. 4. The Chief Executive issued a statement to quash rumours of financial problems.