ADQ


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AcronymDefinition
ADQAction Démocratique du Québec
ADQKodiak, AK, USA (Airport Code)
ADQAssociation Diabète Québec
ADQAudits of Data Quality
ADQApplication Driven Quality of Service
ADQAverage Delay in Queue
ADQAssociation de Developpement des Quartiers (French)
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PQ strategists, among them Jean-Francois Lisee, concluded that the party had to outflank the floundering ADQ (and later its successor, Francois Legault's Coalition Avenir Quebec) on identity issues.
Resultados e Discussao: A aplicacao da ADQ relatou a existencia de nove atributos sensoriais: translucidez e brancura (aparencia); aroma adocicado, de leite e leite fervido (odor); sabor adocicado, de leite e salgado (sabor), e viscosidade (textura).
Partial elections were held on September 20 in four provincial ridings and the UFP beat out the ADQ to win third place in two of them: Gouin (eight per cent) and Laurier-Dorion (five per cent).
Pollster Jean-Marc Leger says: "Quebeckers have been split between federalists and sovereigntists since the 1960s, and now the ADQ is offering something different.
ADQ is part of the Berkshire Hathaway family, a company owned by Warren Buffett, the legendary investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.
Like the ADQ, Legault's CAQ has a powerful trump card in its appeal to Quebec's disgruntled francophone voters: its promise to shelve the divisive and seemingly neverending debate over Quebec's constitutional future in favour of concentrating on the province's intractable economic and social problems.
The ADQ topped the polls last summer after winning three of four June by-elections, but was, by early 2003, in a dead heat with the Liberals and the PQ.
Further, it requests that IDQ and ADQ not make Dairy Queen franchisees sell Dairy Queen ice cream cakes when extensive building changes and/or funds are required to do so.
Thanks to the ADQ, scant attention was paid to the national question during the campaign, and as a result a serious revision of the "Quebec model" is now being undertaken by the newly elected Liberal government.
After leading the polls in the fall of 2002, the ADQ plummeted during the campaign and was reduced to 18 per cent of the popular vote and only four seats.
IDQ and ADQ are part of the Berkshire Hathaway family, a company owned by Warren Buffett, the legendary investor and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway.