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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
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)
QQualified/Qualifying
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)
References in classic literature ?
His hat was the cover, his queue the handle, and his pipe the nose.
New research reveals that the best bet is to join the standard queue - even if there's a shopper with a full trolley ahead of you.
Firstly, this study proposes an analytical model for evaluating the performance of VoIP traffic in WMN in terms of queuing delay and queue length under correlated inter arrival times using MMPP/G/m queue system.
The float would stop at the head of the queue and dispense its cargo.
html) Sydney Morning Herald reported that the young woman stood in the queue for more than 24 hours.
An irritating non-moving inventory would seem like a non-moving queue.
Traffic wardens should ensure that motorists do not make second queue and also see that traffic is allowed to cross the intersections in areas where CNG stations are located, he said.
Like complaining about the weather, complaining about the length of a queue is a great British tradition.
With the app, a customer requests and receives a queue number from a merchant.
Full queue [1]: This problem occurs when a gateway continually sends full queue signals to sources for an extended period of time.
He said: "There were a lot of people in front of me when I joined the queue.