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QQ (character from Star Trek the Next Generation)
QQueen (chess)
QQuality Factor
QQuick (flash; nautical navigation)
QQueensland (Australia)
QCharge (physics)
QParcel Post (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
QQuestionable (player's likelihood of participating)
QQwest Communications International Inc. (stock abbreviation, AMEX)
QCardiac Output
QQuebec (aviation letter code)
QGlutamine (amino acid)
QDrone (US military aircraft designation; as in Q-3)
QQuaker State (motor oil)
QQuetzalcoatl (the movie Q)
QUnmanned Aerial Vehicle (US Military aerospace vehicle)
QSquall (weather reports)
QQ code (see Radio Operators' Handbook)
QQuaque (Latin: each, every; used in medical prescriptions)
QUnknown Variable
QQu'ran (the Koran)
QQuadrillion BTU (same As Quads)
QMajor Boothroyd (James Bond's armourer)
QConstant Phase Element (impedance spectra)
QSet of Rational Numbers (math)
QStream flow or discharge (geologic term)
QUnit of Dynamic Pressure
QName of alien character (Star Trek NG and Star Trek Voyager TV program)
QPriority rating given to PWs (now 'Total care')
QQuality measurement of a tuned circuit in electronics
QSecond Heartbeat Wave
QUS DoT tire speed rating (99 mph)
QLong Chromosomal Arm (in humans; refers to autosomes 1-22)
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8 AMC 1000 mg bid CAM 250 mg bid MNZ 400 mg bid AMC, Amoxicillin; CAM, clarithromycin; LPZ, lansoprazole; MNZ, metronidazole; OPZ, omeprazole; RPZ, rabeprazole; *1 *1 -normalhomozygotes, * 1/*X -heterozygotes and *X/*X -mutant homozygotes; n, is sample size; qd, quaque die; bid, bis in die; qid, quarter in die; tid, ter in die.
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Through my mother I am a descendant of Philip Quaque, the first African Anglican priest, who was ordained in the Gold Coast (now Ghana) in 1765.
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Tenders are invited for Provision Of Emergency Wayout During Fire / Earth Quaque And Other Emergency in connection with Routine Operation And Maintenance Of Various Type Installations Of Kala Kosha, Kala Nidhi, Shared Resources A, Twin Art Gallery, Attached Administrative Block, Media Centre, Matighar And Offices Etc.
Philip Quaque (pronounced kwah-koo) was born in about 1740 in what is now Ghana, in the region known as Cape Coast.
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