ADQ


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AcronymDefinition
ADQAction Démocratique du Québec
ADQAbductor Digiti Quinti (feet)
ADQKodiak, AK, USA (Airport Code)
ADQAssociation Diabète Québec
ADQAudits of Data Quality
ADQApplication Driven Quality of Service
ADQAverage Delay in Queue
ADQAssociation de Developpement des Quartiers (French)
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For online ads, Creative Circle's adQ display modules host online classifieds in an attractive format, with support for multiple photos, additional text, video, alternative formats, PDFs, bulk uploads, Web and e-mail links, advanced search and SEO, and mapping.
Partial elections were held on September 20 in four provincial ridings and the UFP beat out the ADQ to win third place in two of them: Gouin (eight per cent) and Laurier-Dorion (five per cent).
Pollster Jean-Marc Leger says: "Quebeckers have been split between federalists and sovereigntists since the 1960s, and now the ADQ is offering something different."
But the ADQ's odd up-and-down-and-up-and-down trajectory should teach us to be cautious before predicting party realignment in Quebec in the coming election, which must be held by December 2013.
In Nashua, N.H., The Telegraph will integrate CCAS adQ Premium classified Web entry with its Miles33 classified front-end system.
The suit also asks the court to block ADQ and IDQ from imposing advertising-fund surcharges on products sold to franchisees through approved vendors.
The consensus-based nature of Quebec politics has limited the ADQ's ambitions in key areas already staked out by the community movement -- for example, the new anti-poverty legislation and increased independent funding for community groups.
of their profitability and value." In particular, the suit asks the court to prevent IDQ and ADQ from "forcing current Dairy Queen franchisee members of the DQOA to convert to its new concept DQ Grill & Chill upon renewal, relocation, transfer or upgrade of their existing franchise agreements" and "placing unreasonable requirements on prospective purchasers of existing Dairy Queen franchise outlets."
75-95), I found it extremely interesting to read the articles addressing the so-called "rise and fall of Mario Dumont's ADQ." Having become a member of the ADQ in 1999, and later a candidate for the party during the last provincial election, I am all too familiar with the emotional rollercoaster the party faithful were on during the 18 months leading up to the election.
THE ADQ'S SURPRISING BY ELECTION VICTORIES AND SPECTACULAR rise in the polls in 2002 revealed an unmistakable longing for change.