ADQ


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ADQ

Abbreviation for:
adductor digiti quinti
adolescent drinking questionnaire
average daily quantity, see there (Medspeak-UK)
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At the same time, the CAQ seems better positioned than the ADQ ever was to make the necessary electoral inroads into the suburban areas surrounding Montreal.
Moreover, the ADQ appeared to be locked in a death spiral.
The stumbling ADQ opens the door for Jean Charest and the Quebec Liberals.
History might repeat itself; but, given the space the ADQ has cleared for a right-wing agenda, Charest is likely to follow Dumont's neoliberal script, albeit with softer lighting.
Other requests include preventing IDQ and ADQ from making all existing Dairy Queen stores sell an all beef corporate Hot Dog of a specific brand to the sales and profitability detriment of the existing Dairy Queen franchisees and forcing the existing Dairy Queen Brazier franchisees to install the "Hot Shot" method of cooking when extensive building changes and/or funds are required to do so.
Inevitably within our political system, strategic voting takes place, something Jean Charest seized on when he declared during the televised leaders' debate that a vote for the ADQ was a vote for the PQ.
He astutely observes that the ADQ is a party that believes there is a huge ingenuity gap in Quebec.
Though largely written before the election, their contributions help us understand why the ADQ ultimately failed in its efforts.
Jean-Francois Lisee vigorously defends the "Quebec model" that the ADQ seeks to demolish.
Before asking whether the ADQ is the generational party for our era, we need to ferret out the prior changes that underlay the political realignments of the past.
And demonizing the ADQ simply because its program is critical of aspects of the Quiet Revolution is really too easy.