quick-look

quick-look

(kwĭk′look″)
A colloquial term for a rapid assessment, esp. of a cardiac rhythm during emergency cardiac resuscitation.
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The Quick-Look Cookbook comes from a team of food lovers and graphic artists who illustrate some 400 step-by-step food and drink recipes from a graphic artist's perspective, creating what is, in effect, a cookbook and an art book all in one.
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Quick-Looks succinctly address important Air Force issues in an actionable way.
Please take a moment to read it and take advantage of the quick-look calendar of events.
And not only have they markedly refined many of the quick-look details, such as the sizes of the planet's 15 known moons (10 of which were Voyager 2's discoveries), but Uranus and its attendant phenomena turn out to be at least as dramatic as the initial results had hinted.
The mcWAZ Program will utilize WesternGeco Q-Technology(*) and onboard Wave Equation (WEM) depth migration in order to provide a quick-look migrated data volume.
After successful engine shutdown, the quick-look data indicated that all test objectives were met.