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QVQuod Vide (Latin: see which)
QVQueen Victoria
QVQlikview (software)
QVQuo Vadis (Latin: where are you going)
QVQuality Value
QVQueens Village (New York City)
QVQuick Visit
QVQuality Verification
QVQuery Vehicle (police code; various locations)
QVQuantum Vis (Latin: as much as you please)
QVLao Airlines, Laos (IATA airline code)
QVQui Vixit (Latin: Who Lived, epigraphy)
QVQuotable Value New Zealand, Ltd
QVQuantity Verification
QVQui Vocatur (Latin: Whose Name Is, epigraphy)
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The pope's recent actions and those on his behalf as well as a passage in Laudato Si' causes me to ask: Quo vadis, Francis?
QUO VADIS? Qui manipule dans l'ombre et qui exige dans la clarte?
On Sunday 18 January the keynote theme is Quo vadis residential construction."
Surprisingly, several weeks after my Quo Vadis? response was published, I received mail from Dr.
"Quo Vadis" is the name of a famous book and movie, based on an encounter between St Peter, the first Pope, and the risen Christ.
Within the framework of the Conference, Minister Poposki addressed the panel discussion titled "Quo Vadis, Western Balkans?" in which he discussed the general situation of the process of European integration of the countries of the Western Balkans and their prospects of joining the European Union, as a strong catalyst of democratic reforms, transformation and modernization of the countries of the Region.
Beginning with Quo Vadis in 1951 and continuing with big screen epics like The Robe (1953), Ben Hur (1959), Spartacus (1960), and other films, the Hollywood Roman epic emerges as a post World War II phenomenon.
Security researcher Chris Woods of Quo Vadis Labs told the Daily Mail, "An attacker can disable all the security on the chip, reprogram cryptographic and access keys ...
The most famous writer in modern history, as I recalled, was Henryk Sienkiewicz, author of Quo Vadis and winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1905.
The editor also added the Latin text of the paraphrase of the Sienkiewicz novel Quo Vadis made by a Hungarian teacher Adalbertus Denczer.