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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The ADQ suggests that the reinforcement of Quebec's autonomy will come about through significant political actions that enable the development of a Quebec identity, both within provincial society and beyond its borders.
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.
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.
Flying the banner of free choice of schools, civic responsibility (particularly with regard to public debt), privatization, paring down of the state apparatus and support for families, the ADQ attracted the sympathy of those elements of the population who were waiting for a political vehicle capable of expressing their frustrations.
By design, ADQ Direct enables companies to enhance the quality of their data to support the delivery of marketing and relationship communications across all media channels, such as direct mail, phone and e-mail.
After leading the polls in the fall of 2002, the ADQ plummeted during the campaign and was reduced to 18 per cent of the popular vote and only four seats.
The ADQ ran on a platform of dismantling the interventionist "Quebec model" that both Patti Quebecois and Liberal governments have created over the decades following the Quiet Revolution.
Food safety and food quality has always been top priorities in the Dairy Queen(R) system," says Glenn Lindsey, ADQ vice president of Research and Development.
ADQ develops, licenses and services a system of more than 5,800 Dairy Queen stores in the United States, Canada and other foreign countries.