ANQ

AcronymDefinition
ANQAmerican Notes and Queries (publications)
ANQAsian Network for Quality (est. 2002)
ANQAmateur National Qualifier (Canadian Motosport Racing Club)
ANQAndover Newton Quarterly (Massachusetts)
ANQAlien Nation Quakers (gaming clan)
ANQAteliers Nationaux de la Qualité (French: National Quality Workshops)
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At the implementation stage, the first training groups we conducted in Novosibirsk, because two employees of the Novosibirsk branch of ASMS are members of the ANQ Training Committee.
After landing at the entrance to the ANQ, the grand staircase gives itself over to a more meandering circumambulation--a "goat path" according to the architects (Carroll, 2006, page 32)--around the public collection.
The ANQ is essentially a platform for exchange of innovative ideas, practice and processes adopted in Asian countries for improving productivity and quality performance of various sector of the economy.
Repertoire des dossiers de compagnies dissoutes verses au fonds <<Inspecteur general des institutions financieres>> prepare par Josee Boissinot, ANQ, 2003, cote E12, Il s'agit de dossiers d'entreprises a charte provinciale dissoutes avant 1985.
Celui-ci peut confier ses archives a l'Assemblee nationale ou aux ANQ (aux centres d'archives regionaux ou aux services agrees d'archives privees).
Pearce, Savagism and Civilization, 225-26, 229-30, and "Inventing Humorous Indians in Early American Literature," ANQ 12 (1999): 42.
The pair may have last traveled in a brown 1986 GMC van with Oregon plate number 366 ANQ.
Robinson points out, however, such comparisons are no longer valid now that the Maldon copyist has been identified as not Elphinston but Casley ('Literary Dialect in Maldon and the Casley Transcript', ANQ 24 (1986), 103-4).
Thomas Hester, '"If thou regard the same": Spenser's Emblematic Centerfold', ANQ, n.
5-8, and Benjamin Franklin Fisher, IV, "Poe, Blackwood's, and 'The Murders in the Rue Morgue,'" ANQ 12 (1974), 110.
1) See my |Edmund Rack and the Monthly Miscellany (1774-77)', ANQ, xviii, 4 (1979), 51-2, and |The Many Pseudonyms of Edmund Rack in The Monthly Ledger (1773-76) and The Sentimental Magazine (1773-77)', ANQ, xx, 9/10 (1982), 137-9.
Panabaker, "Browning's 'Home-Thoughts, from the Sea': A Warning Against Hubris," ANQ 21, no.