LOQ

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AcronymDefinition
LOQLimit of Quantitation
LOQLimit Of Quantification
LOQList Of Questions
LOQLevel of Quantification
LOQLow Quality (project evaluation)
LOQLoquitur (Latin: speaks)
LOQLine of Questioning
LOQLaugh Out Quiet
LOQLead-Off Question (discussion technique)
LOQLeadership Opinion Questionaire
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It added that the principle of res ipsa loquitur constitutes an evidence rule and not a principle of substantive law and that in Cyprus it was established by article 55 of the Civil Wrongs Law, Cap.
a traditional res ipsa loquitur based negligence claim: "[T]he
The appellate court reasoned that although the precise cause and mechanism of damage had not been established, Atlantic had prevailed in its litigation on a theory of res ipsa loquitur - a "way of establishing negligence.
However, under either the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur ("the thing speaks for itself") or the "common knowledge" rule, a court (i.
However, under either the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur ("the thing speaks for itself") or the "common knowledge" rule, a court (that is, the judge) may allow the jury to infer negligence in the absence of expert testimony.
The res ipsa loquitur test required that a defendant's conduct unambiguously demonstrate criminal intent.
35 Ballinrobe John Mulhern Memorial Handicap Hurdle 2m1f ATR Card page 58 AN ALL-JUMPS card brings Ballinrobe's 2014 season to a close and Res Ipsa Loquitur, who ended a run of placed efforts when scoring at Listowel on Friday, bids for a quick follow-up victory in the most valuable race of an eight-race programme.
Going back to this paper's MCCL proposal, we must outline an illustrative case where the res ipsa loquitur doctrine could apply in theory, if not in practice.
When asked to definitely identify what caused the nerve damage, the patient invoked the doctrine of res ipsa loquitur (presumed negligence during surgery).
The instant petition is based on res ipsa loquitur (facts are evidence)", the petitioner plead.
I thank Cardinal Angelo Sodano who, as always, interpreted the sentiments of the entire College: Cor ad cor loquitur [heart speaks to heart] I warmly thank you, Your Eminence.