American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. respiratory quotient
“His comments came days after the Air Force and Lockheed Martin acknowledged use of a new radar-evading drone over Afghanistan, which is formally called the RQ-170 but has been dubbed the "Beast of Kandahar.”
“His comments came days after the Air Force and Lockheed Martin Corp acknowledged use of a new radar-evading drone over Afghanistan, which is formally called the RQ-170 but has been dubbed the "Beast of Kandahar.”
“The RQ is a measurement that tells what your body is burning – fat or carbohydrate.”
“It's a trademark design, they say, called RQ-8 (ph).”
“Officially called the RQ-170 Sentinel, the spy aircraft may have been operating out of Afghanistan for some two years.”
“I’m sure a whole lot more than leptin is responsible for the “post weight loss starvation response” , because not all of it responds to leptin replacement for example, the RQ, which is respiratory quotient, a measure of metabolic rate, does not return to normal after leptin replacement in post-weight reduced people.”
“It's time schools started to teach rational thinking, with a view to improving and assessing students '"RQ”
“The "RQ" prefix for the aircraft indicates an unarmed drone, unlike the "MQ" designation used for Predator and Reaper aircraft equipped with missiles and precision-guided bombs.”
“a reconnaissance drone, a claim supported by the aircraft's lack of visible armaments, by the sensors that appear to be embedded in its wings, and by its "RQ" designation.”
“The "RQ" designation is used for unarmed drones, such as the RQ-4 Global Hawk.”
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