ULQ


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ULQ

Abbreviation for upper left quadrant (of mouth)
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ULQ is measured from the implementation of an evaluation methodology, which is synthesized in a model that interprets and integrates housing and urban systems, critical resources, environment, urban life quality concepts and their territorial localization.
See also Barry E Adler, "A World Without Debt" (1994) 72:3 Wash ULQ 811 at 826; Kathryn R Heidt, "Cleaning Up Your Act: Efficiency Considerations in the Battle for the Debtor's Assets in Toxic Waste Bankruptcies" (1988) 40:3 Rutgers L Rev 819 at 851-63; "Switching Priorities: Elevating the Status of Tort Claims in Bankruptcy in Pursuit of Optimal Deterrence" (2003) 116:8 Harv L Rev 2541 at 2562; Hanoch Dagan, "Restitution in Bankruptcy: Why All Involuntary Creditors Should Be Preferred" (2004) 78:3 Am Bank LJ 247 at 277.
Culzean is one of the biggest gas discoveries of recent years in the UK North Sea, and the field center will include a 12-slot wellhead platform (WHP) linked by bridges to a central processing facility (CPF) bolstered by a floating storage and offloading vessel (FSO), and an installation for utilities and living quarters (ULQ).
Jerome Santerre (ULQ) (20), 19,3; Niall Bolton (UL) d.
See also Milton H Aronson, "Self-Help in the Collection of Debts as a Defense to Criminal Prosecution" (1938) 24:1 Wash ULQ 117 at 117; Neal Katyal, "Community Self-Help" (2005) 1:1 Journal of Law, Economics and Policy 33 at 37.
The field development comprises of three platforms; wellhead platform (WHP), central processing platform (CPF) with flare tower and separate living quarters and utility platform (ULQ).