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QUOSearch (radiotelegraphy)
QUOQuality Object
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'Semper eadem' is Latin for 'worse and worse.' The militia is drilling into a 'statu quo,' and the press is enlightening mankind with a 'semper eadem.' "
Natividad, chief of the HRET Information System and Judicial Records Management Service, said the election protests and quo warranto petitions will be taken up by the HRET as soon as the composition of the nine-man panel has been completed.
A status quo ante order (SQAO) means that the situation prior to the disqualification order shall be observed.
Play a Long Game: Let's be clear: the status quo will always push back because people's stability is normally threatened by the new.
A Quo spokesperson said: "The Status Quo song, Rockin' All Over The World has become our signature tune and everyone seemed to enjoy that and the other songs that were performed."
Maintaining the status quo is not a one-sided responsibility, but rather the shared responsibility of both sides, Tsai told a visiting Japanese delegation at the Presidential Office led by Yasuhiro Matsuda, professor of the Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia of the University of Tokyo.
Meanwhile, some industrialists including Qasim Butt approached the civil court for grant of a status quo and on their petition judge Humaira Muzafar issued the status quo order.
Elly Pamatong filed what he called a quo warranto petition Wednesday, asking the high court to declare the presidency of Duterte null and void.
'The Petition for Quo Warranto be heard on oral argument on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at 2:00 in the afternoon at the Supreme Court Session Hall in Baguio City, with an instruction to respondent Chief Justice for her to attend personally and answer questions from the Court En Banc,' Te said after Tuesday's en banc.
He told us all about his career and who Status Quo were.
Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar, in his 81-page verdict in Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Secretary General Jehangir Tareen's disqualification case observed that the superior court should carefully exercise the 'quo warranto' jurisdiction for disqualification of elected parliamentarians.