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QC

Abbreviation for quality control.

QC

Abbreviation for quality control.
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With the case of this poor and unfaithful priest in mind, we should reflect on the complicity of his bishop and of the Church of Quebec and her inability to defend herself against this open infiltration.
Quebec is recognized as one of the most attractive places in the world for mineral potential and exploration investment climate (see Fraser Institute 2006).
ca Year first published: 1990 Parent co: La Federation des Producteurs de Bois du Quebec Circ: 37,523 (ABC) via insert in La Terre de chez nous.
There are no up-front fees or back-end charges," Pierre Gendron, Safety-Kleen's Quebec market manager, says.
Link's strength in business and financial matters meshed perfectly with Dunning's interest in the creative side of filmmaking, and together they began to furnish theatres with films that most Quebec viewers had never seen before.
The weekend also included a sold-out concert featuring an 80-voice choir under the direction of David Rompre, vocal conductor of the Quebec Symphony Orchestra.
TEI commends the Quebec government for increasing the general paid-up capital deduction, but we urge it to reconsider the decision to defer the implementation of the capital tax rate reduction.
The last ten years, measuring the benefits and advantages to do business in Quebec, several foreign companies have not hesitated to invest in Quebec, and we reckone already successful stories including Softimage, Metrowerks, TelWeb and Discreet Logic.
Venture-capital fund Innovatech Sud du Quebec and Solidarity Fund QFL joined as shareholders in 2002.
Kapel says Quebec legislation dictates no private or public wood leaves their province in a round form.
According to Quebec-Transplant, the project has received favourable advice and recommendations from medical and ethical bodies concerned, including the College des medecins du Quebec and the Commission de l'ethique de la science et de la technologie.
17), Quebec Catholic feminists created a public uproar when, in 1994, the Magisterium solemnly ruled that the ordination of priests was reserved to men only.