LQA

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AcronymDefinition
LQALuqa (postal locality, Malta)
LQALiving Quarters Allowance
LQALink Quality Analysis (radio communications; digital automatic link establishment)
LQALine Quality Analysis
LQALatest Quarter Annualized
LQALinguistic Quality Audit
LQALaser Quest Association (forum)
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We are pleased to participate in the exciting model Luqa is developing, and look forward to working in assisting the company in pursuit of its vision to be a standout innovator in the derma-aesthetics market and other specialty areas.
Luqa urged the Coptic Church to intervene and mollify angry Christians who clashed with police in Alexandria and attacked a mosque in the wake of the blast.
It was then established that Fhimah was the station manager for Libyan Arab Airlines at Luqa Airport in Malta.
Another was that the buyer knew the purpose the clothing was bought for and that the suitcase was "ingested" at Luqa airport in Malta.
They attached considerable weight to his short trip on December 20 and 21, 1988, accepting the Crown's argument that Megrahi played a central role in getting the bomb on to a flight at Luqa Airport.
It was supposedly flown as unaccompanied baggage from Malta's Luqa Airport to Frankfurt to connect with the doomed jumbo jet that was to fly on to London and New York.
To attract wealthy visitors to its shores new marinas and luxurious hotels were built, Luqa airport was extended, and Air Malta increased the number of countries it connects to the Island.
Mr Pickup, of Dalton, raised the sponsorship money by taking part in 10-kilometre races at Gudja and Luqa on the Mediterranean island.
Direct Holidays offer flights to Luqa from five airports nationwide, including Manchester.
SN Brussels Airlines added its code on all flights operated by Air Malta between Brussels and Malta's Luqa Airport on Oct.
On 19 January 2004, an Airbus A320 aircraft had been preparing for a flight to Catania and was being manoeuvred out of Park Number 2 at Luqa airport between the Malta Air Charter Helicopter and an Azzura Air aircraft when its wing struck the pylon.