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QuOQuality Object
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If a quo warranto is given due course, does this mean that even the president can be removed using quo warranto?
While there are specific legal provisions on quo warranto, there has been no prior quo warranto brought against a CJ.
The purpose of quo warranto is to oust a usurper of public office, one who may have been appointed despite being ineligible to occupy the post.
That's a proper course of action, quo warranto, because there are two separate causes of action.
It's not every day you get to meet the drummer from Status Quo.
Engage the Power of Observation: The status quo is an older system.
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It is more a band that wants to recreate an authentic 70s Quo sound and keep the good old times rolling.
After rocking all over the world for five decades in the business, Status Quo are one of the most successful bands of all time with more UK chart entries than any other group, and 118 million records sold worldwide, earning the prestigious Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music.
I first saw Status Quo at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall in December 2001.
As the name of the tour implies, it's a signal that Quo frontmen Francis Rossi, 66, and Rick Parfitt, 67, are finally ready to turn down their amplifiers.
Quo scarcely took a breath to race through their big hits and the arena was rocking from start to finish.