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CoQ

Abbreviation for coenzyme Q.
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In 1988 Coq went to the Parisian Jazz School CIM where he stayed two years.
If you need somewhere to keep all your exercise gear then Le Coq Sportif has also brought out a posh red leather sports bag.
Its sister restaurant L'ortolan, situated in Reading, offers a veloute of butternut squash, parmesan and winter truffle, coq au vin and a vanilla cheesecake with blueberries.
"The feedback on Wolves-Le Coq Sportif branded products from our fans, manager and players have been very positive," he said.
FRENCH CULTURE AND THE cigarette go together like coq and vin; artistic giants from Godard to Gainsbourg to Houellebecq have rarely been photographed without one.
The plant produces 74 different ready-meal recipes including cassoulet, sausages with lentils, turkey blanquette, boeuf bourguignon, tartiflette (potatoes with cheese) and coq au vin.
We suggest that the managerial method conceptualized as the Cost of Quality (COQ) (Harrington, 1987; Juran, 1951; Masser, 1957; Morse et al., 1987) may prove a worthy source of analysis for ACOs.
Le Coq had increased its holding in the Lithuanian brewing company AB Ragutis by 11.0%.
Further, the company has begun considering additional facility expansion at the new subsidiary in order to meet a growing demand for CoQ 10 in the US.
Yes, but there has been research on lots of conditions testing the effectiveness of coenzyme Q10 (aka CoQ10 or simply CoQ), an antioxidant found naturally in most tissues of the body.
Rimsky-Korsakov: Capriccio Espagnol, Russian Easter Overture, Le Coq d'Or Suite; Borodin Polovtsian Dances.
Macaroni cheese, steak and chips, and coq au vin had a similar number of votes, scoring as tried and tested dependable dishes.