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CoQ

Abbreviation for coenzyme Q.

CoQ

abbreviation for coenzyme Q.

CoQ

coenzyme Q (ubiquinone).
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The COQ elements measured and the methods employed to measure quality costs must be relevant and important to the effort.
6-12 secs: (depending on how much fuel is needed): When the right amount of fuel is in, Berger pulls the hose out; Le Coq glances at the pit lane to see that it's safe to pull out and lifts his lollipop.
Destination restaurants like Saxon + Parole, Le Coq Rico and SD26 make excellent tenants and provide exciting opportunities to add value to our portfolio," said Berley.
David Loewie, managing director of D&D London, owners of Coq d'Argent said: "It is a very sad case, but we cannot comment further as a police investigation is under way.
The Le Coq Sportif years at Everton are synonymous with some of the club's best players in recent memory including Gary Lineker, Graeme Sharp, Gary Stevens, Kevin Ratcliffe, Trevor Steven, Peter Reid, Kevin Sheedy, Andy Gray and Neville Southall.
But Slipknot say Coq Roq's masks are clearly meant to be copies of theirs.
For the slow of understanding - coq au vin and curry aren't Welsh.
Coq Hardi Diamond: has his first outing for 11 months
Starring: Suzanne Flon, Nathalie Baye, Bernard Le Coq.
Diners at the Curbside Bistro enjoy a menu that features traditional French entrees such as coq au vin and quiche Lorraine, not to mention elegant tarts and sorbets for dessert.
This set design by Natalia Goncharova was for a 1914 production of RimskyKorsakov's Le Coq d'Or.
Today's special edition, filmed at the venerable Coq d'OR lounge in the Drake Hotel, commemorates the 75th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition.