from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. quality control
- abbr. Queen's Counsel
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- abbr. Quebec, a province of Canada.
- abbr. Quebec City, capital of the province of Quebec, Canada
- Queen's Counsel
- quality control
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Quality control.
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He awarded himself the title QC when the Lord Chancellor suspended the award for real lawyers.
If you post any photos of me in QC that don't involve extensive photoshopping of my ass, I'm going to be very upset.
A commendation from human rights barrister Raza Husain QC on the website states that Burgess was responsible for "the most important constitutional case for centuries (M v. Home Office)", in which he challenged the unlawful removal of his client to Zaire.
The name of Ms Thornberry's husband, deputy high court judge Christopher Nugee QC, is on the deeds of the house.
I said the same thing our first year here in QC (we to are on a lake)
The Liberals have six seats in QC which are very vulnerable, the BQ would almost certainly win them if the election were held today.
Charles Miskin QC, prosecuting, said the gang murdered Mr Higgins to avenge the killing of Mohammed Choudry in February 2003.
It's also along Quezon Avenue in QC and you will need your credit cards (I tell you, these places are not for the faint of wallet).
So, in short, QC that would prevent such problems needs to occur at very early stages of the process, and that QC has to be heard by someone who actually cares.
$280 for every person in QC a mounth for $5.00 a day daycare & they want to put it across the contry .. we could not get our son in, they put us on a 2year waiting list.