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.
Development of Quick-Look Tests under the Rule of Reason
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antitrust analysis, they have applied the quick-look (41) analysis in
can easily be ascertained." (42) In other words, the quick-look
justifications for their conduct, use of a quick-look analysis is
antitrust laws, quick-look shifts the burden to the defendant-actors to
In a 5-4 majority decision the Supreme Court determined that the Court of Appeals' application of the "quick-look" rule of reason was too cursory an approach to analyze whether CDA was in violation of antitrust law.
According to the Court of Appeals, these restrictions were on their face anticompetitive enough to warrant the application of the "quick-look" standard - providing CDA with little opportunity to defend its actions.
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.
THIS ISSUE OF Air and Space Power Journal (ASPJ) introduces the QuickLook, a new type of short article that supplements our popular 'Vignettes' and "Doctrine NOTAMs." Quick-Looks succinctly address important Air Force issues in an actionable way.
Quick-Looks can serve multiple purposes, such as highlighting unrecognized or overlooked challenges or opportunities.