Q

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AcronymDefinition
QQuestion
QQuit
QQ (character from Star Trek the Next Generation)
QQuick
QQuality
QQueen (chess)
QQuantity
QQuality Factor
QQuarter
QQueue
QQuiz
QQuery
QQuarterly
QQuake
QQuick (flash; nautical navigation)
QQueensland (Australia)
QCharge (physics)
QTorque
QParcel Post (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
QQuestionable (player's likelihood of participating)
QQwest Communications International Inc. (stock abbreviation, AMEX)
QCardiac Output
QResonance
QQuebec (aviation letter code)
QGlutamine (amino acid)
QDrone (US military aircraft designation; as in Q-3)
QTransistor
QQuintal
QQuartermaster
QQuadrature
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
QAphelion Distance (astronomy)
QQu'ran (the Koran)
QQuadrillion BTU (same As Quads)
QMajor Boothroyd (James Bond's armourer)
QFairchild Aircraft Division (US Navy)
QConstant Phase Element (impedance spectra)
QStinson Aircraft Corporation (US Navy)
QSet of Rational Numbers (math)
QBristol Aeronautical Corporation (US Navy aircraft designation)
QElectronic Countermeasures Missions (US Navy)
QQualified/Qualifying
QRanger-Lark Division (US Navy)
QStream flow or discharge (geologic term)
QUnit of Dynamic Pressure
QName of alien character (Star Trek NG and Star Trek Voyager TV program)
QLong Chromosomal Arm (in humans; refers to autosomes 1-22)
QSecond Heartbeat Wave
QQuality measurement of a tuned circuit in electronics
QUS DoT tire speed rating (99 mph)
QPriority rating given to PWs (now 'Total care')
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Syria is a yet unknown variable - President Assad survived the western plots.
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However, trust remains the key and often, unknown variable affecting personal and professional relationships.
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There were a couple of light showers that punctuated the session, with the weather an unknown variable that could throw tomorrow's race into chaos.
Your storefront is like a laboratory, with the aspects of sales, marketing, customer service, and analytics all there to be adjusted, without the unknown variable of employee quality to contaminate the results.
Scientifically, this is called a "geopotential" system--where we estimate an unknown variable based on an accurate measure of a completely different variable.
The unknown variable is long-term field performance.