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Q & A

Released by Symantec in 1985 for IBM-compatible systems, Q&A's flat-file database and word processing program is cited as a significant step towards making computers less intimidating and more user friendlySource: Wikipedia

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Q & A

a television show on C-SPANSource: Wikipedia

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Q & A with Dean Martin

an album by Melbourne, Australia based rock band Something for KateSource: Wikipedia

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Q and A

the first novel by Vikas Swarup, an Indian diplomatSource: Wikipedia

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Q and Not U

a post-hardcore band from Washington, D.C., signed with Dischord RecordsSource: Wikipedia

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Q and R class destroyer

The Q and R class was a class of sixteen War Emergency Programme destroyers ordered for the British Royal Navy in 1940 as the 3rd and 4th Emergency FlotillaSource: Wikipedia

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Q and R Holes

are a series of concentric sockets which currently represent the earliest known evidence for a stone structure on the site of StonehengeSource: Wikipedia

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Q Awards

are the UK's annual music awards run by the music magazine QSource: Wikipedia

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Q band

used for radio astronomy studies such as the QUIET telescopeSource: Wikipedia

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Q Camp

an experimental community set up in Essex on Mainland Britain towards the end of the Second World WarSource: Wikipedia

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Q Carinae

a star in the constellation CarinaSource: Wikipedia

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Q Centauri

(Q Cen) is a binary star in the constellation CentaurusSource: Wikipedia

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Q class ferry

The Q Class ferries are short range ships operated by BC FerriesSource: Wikipedia

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Q clearance

a United States Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance equivalent to a United States Department of Defense Top Secret (TS) clearance + Critical Nuclear Weapon Design Information (CNWDI)Source: Wikipedia

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Q code

a standardised collection of three-letter message encodings, all starting with the letter "Q", initially developed for commercial radiotelegraph communication, and later adopted by other radio services, especially amateur radioSource: Wikipedia

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Q Continuum

a parallel existence in the fictional Star Trek universe where omnipotent entities all known as 'Qs' existSource: Wikipedia

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Q cycle

describes a series of reactions first proposed by Peter Mitchell that describe how the sequential oxidation and reduction of the lipophilic electron carrier, ubiquinol-ubiquinone (a.k.a. Coenzyme Q), can result in the net pumping of protons across aSource: Wikipedia

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Q Division Records

an independent record label located in Somerville, Massachusetts founded in 1986Source: Wikipedia

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Q Division Studios

a recording studio located in , United States, at the heart of the Boston area's music sceneSource: Wikipedia

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Q document

a theoretical collection of Jesus' sayings, written in GreekSource: Wikipedia

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Q Entertainment

creates, produces, and publishes in digital entertainment content across multiple game consoles, PC broadband and mobile unitsSource: Wikipedia

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Q factor

In physics and engineering the quality factor or Q factor is a dimensionless parameter that compares the time constant for decay of an oscillating physical system's amplitude to its oscillation periodSource: Wikipedia

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Q Factor

of a bicycle is the distance (measured parallel to the bottom bracket axle) between the pedal attachment points on the crank armsSource: Wikipedia

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Q fever

The United States investigated Q fever as a potential biological warfare agent in the 1950s with eventual standardization as agent OUSource: Wikipedia

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Q Force

a fictional military unit that features in the Action Force universe, a European version of the G.I.Joe action figure and comic book seriesSource: Wikipedia

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Q Lazzarus

a female African-American singer, best known as a one hit wonder for the 1988 song "Goodbye Horses", which was featured in Married to the Mob, The Silence of the Lambs, Clerks II, Lakai Footwear's Fully Flared, and Rockstar's videogame Grand Theft AuSource: Wikipedia

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Q magazine

{{rating|4|5}} December 2000Source: Wikipedia

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Q meter

a piece of equipment used in the testing of radio frequency circuitsSource: Wikipedia

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Q methodology

a research method used in psychology and other social sciences to study people's "subjectivity" -- that is, their viewpointSource: Wikipedia

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Q Network Radio

Network is a group of three local radio stations in Northern Ireland, owned by the Northern Media GroupSource: Wikipedia

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Q News

a British Muslim magazine published by Q-News Media LimitedSource: Wikipedia

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Q Planes

The film's title probably alludes to Q ships, a secret weapon of the First World War. Jack Whittingham later co-wrote a screenplay for a James Bond film that was later filmed as Thunderball (film) and Never Say Never Again that involved a hijacked boSource: Wikipedia

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Q Project

a drum and bass music producer currently signed to Hospital RecordsSource: Wikipedia

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Q Public License

a non-copyleft free software license created by Trolltech for its free edition of the Qt toolkitSource: Wikipedia

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Q Score

a way to measure the familiarity and appeal of a brand, company, celebrity, cartoon character or television showSource: Wikipedia

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Q star

is hypothetical type of a compact, heavy neutron star with an exotic state of matterSource: Wikipedia

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Q Television Network

an American cable television channel which aired programming targeted to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender audiencesSource: Wikipedia

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Q test

used for identification and rejection of outliersSource: Wikipedia

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Q Theatre

seating 490 in 25 rows with a central aisle, was opened in 1924 near Kew Bridge in west London by Jack and Beatie de Leon, and was one of a number of small, committed, independent theatre companies which included the Hampstead Everyman, the Arts TheaSource: Wikipedia

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Q Tonic

a boutique tonic water made from all-natural ingredientsSource: Wikipedia

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Q Train

can mean the followingSource: Wikipedia

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Q TV

a UK music channel based on Q Magazine, launched in 2000Source: Wikipedia

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Q value

Q factor, and Q scoreSource: Wikipedia

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Q values

Q=E(\mboxReactants)-E(\mboxProducts)\! A reaction with a positive Q value is exothermic ie. has a net release of energy, whilst a reaction with a negative Q value is endothermic ie. requires a net energy inputSource: Wikipedia

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Q values

the Q value for a reaction is the amount of energy released by that reactionSource: Wikipedia

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Q Velorum

(Q Vel) is a star in the constellation VelaSource: Wikipedia

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Q Velorum

(q Vel) is a star in the constellation VelaSource: Wikipedia

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Q Who?

from the second season of Star Trek: The Next Generation, is the episode that introduces the BorgSource: Wikipedia

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