from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. Parti Québecois
- abbr. Quebec
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- Parti Quebecois - a political party of the province of Quebec, Canada
- Province of Quebec - in Canada
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According to the latest CROP poll, the PQ is the most popular party in Quebec and PQ leader Pauline Marois is the most popular choice for "best premier".
Imagine trying the same for physical analog, call it PQ for physical quotient: would Tiger Woods have a higher PQ than Bode Miller?
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Francoise David argues that today's PQ is neither progressive nor feminist.
Léger and Gagné agree that the PQ is facing challenges from the left and from young, more radical separatists who have grown weary of the go-it-slow approach that has taken root since 1995.
If the PQ is re-elected for a third term with more than fifty per cent of the vote, the government will assume it has the right to declare Quebec independent, delegates to the party's biennial congress decided on the weekend.
The name PQ Hold, representing Persetel Q Data Holdings, South
The main competition to the Quebec liberals is the PQ, which is to their left.
In addition, the PQ was able to hold onto seats in this region in the 2007 Quebec election, and therefore predictions of a sovereignist meltdown are likely exaggerated.
The PQ is a an extremely insular bunch and don't take very well to outsiders: even Lucien Bouchard was only tolerated as leader because he was so popular.
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