JQAJohn Quincy Adams
JQAJapan Quality Assurance (est. 1957)
JQAJapanese Quality Association
JQAJersey Quality Assured (UK; accommodation assessment)
JQAJabir Quality Award (Kuwait)
JQAJauch Quartz America (Melbourne, FL)
JQAJackson Quigg Associates Ltd. (UK)
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With this MDD approval, Honda today (on January 18, 2018) received the MDD certificate from TUV Nord Cert GmbH in the presence of the JQA.
We no longer use this quote although we believe it is an accurate paraphrase based upon the author either heating or reading JQA's 1837 Newburyport Oration."
(10) JQA was an unabashed admirer of the man he called "Judge Marshall." (11) He was in a position, however, to make first hand judgments about Marshall's view of the Constitution and its application to the growth of the nation.
Marshall's public career began with a stint in Congress (1799-1800), followed by time as Secretary of State in the administration of JQA's father (1800-1801), and finally as Chief Justice of the United States (1801-1835).
The result is an affecting narrative of JQA's inner journey, tracking his conflicted feelings about politics, his lifelong literary ambitions, and his dismal evaluations of his own worth.
JQA's gambling, first-born son, George Washington Adams, apparently killed himself after fathering an illegitimate child.
Birmingham City Council is closing the office and shifting back office functions to the city centre as part of an efficiency drive, but Marie Haddleton, president of the Jewellery Quarter Association (JQA), said JQRP director Andy Munro should be based in the area to drive forward proposals.
Mrs Haddleton said the JQA was not consulted about the changes and believes better savings could have been identified by Coun Neville Summerfield, the city council cabinet member for regeneration.
Ironically, 20 years ago, in the very week when your property forum met, the JQA were formed to protect the Quarter from property speculation that wanted to destroy the area.
The JQA would love to see the diversity and profile you described in your article; cafes, visitor facilities, modern designs, squares, housing, boulevards, national advertising etc.
This gap will have to be addressed, plus the need to build effective working with the residents' Neighbourhood Forum and the business led Jewellery Quarter Association (JQA) in creating a World Heritage management plan for the area.
The Jewellery Quarter Association (JQA) said it had spent almost four years lobbying the city council for special protection in a new homes versus old businesses row.