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QCQuality Control
QCQuébec (Province de Québec)
QCQueen's Counsel (UK)
QCQuad Cities
QCQuebec City (Quebec, Canada)
QCQuick Connect
QCQueen Creek (Arizona)
QCQuick-Change
QCQuality Center (Hewlett-Packard)
QCQueens College (New York)
QCQuezon City (Metro Manila, Philippines)
QCQuality Checking
QCQuick Change (aircraft modification)
QCQueen City (nickname for the city of Cincinnati, Ohio downtown area)
QCQuantum Cryptography
QCQuantum Computation
QCQuestionable Content (webcomic)
QCQuantum Cascade (type of laser)
QCQualcomm Incorporated
QCQuietcomfort (Bose headphones)
QCQuay Crane (logistics)
QCQuartz Composer (Macintosh graphics tool)
QCQuality Carriers (trucking company)
QCQuad Cane
QCQuartz Crystal
QCQuality Conference
QCQuakeC (C/C++ based language used to extend Quake)
QCQuality Circle
QCQuebec Central (railway)
QCQuebec Central
QCQuasi-Cyclic
QCQwest Corporation
QCQuick Capture (gaming)
QCQuarter Column (print advertising)
QCQuickly Completed
QCQuarter of Coverage
QCQuiet Channel (RCA two-way radio)
QCQuantum Conservation (physics)
QCQuality of Conformance
QCQuiet Chuckle
QCQuad Center
QCQualifying Capacity (electricity)
QCQuorum Consensus
QCQuantum Counter
QCQuota Certificate
QCQuarternary Center (ITU-T)
QCQuickmaile Chainmaile
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Founded in 1845 as Queen's College Belfast, one of three Queen's Colleges in Ireland, it became an independent university in 1908 and is the ninth oldest university in the UK.
Queen's College offers students the opportunity to integrate knowledge, skills and experience with personal spirituality in preparation for a life of faith.
Two unnamed players from Villa Park and The Hawthorns are battling for the keys to the PS3,000 a month penthouse apartment on the tenth floor of Queen's College Chambers, one of Birmingham city centre's most historic locations.
Abstract: In the first half of the twentieth century, Queen's College in the University of Melbourne attracted a remarkable group of undergraduates who were to become leading Australian academic economists.
Ordained as a Presbyterian minister in 1958, MacKenzie served as pastor in Alberta, Quebec and Newfoundland before becoming a full-time professor of religious studies at Queen's College Anglican Seminary, Memorial University, in 1972.
5) By these standards, the diploma was rightly judged a failure by the Queen's College Commissioners.
On October 4 at Queen's College in New York City, Watt-Cloutier participated by phone in a press conference with ecologist Barry Commoner that disclosed the lower-latitude sources of dioxins that are afflicting the Inuit.
Natalie Noyce, who had financial problems, worked as a book keeper at historic Queen's College, when she took the money.
Theft admitted: Book-keeper Natalie Noyce and (inset) Queen's College, in Edgbaston.