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PDQ

mod. pretty damn quick; very fast; very soon. (Initialism.) They had better get this mess straightened out PDQ if they know what’s good for them.
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Fasetto PDQ be available for download January 2014 so until then users will have to continue being frustrated by the limitations of their device.
In the case of PDQ, that's $350,000 per year added to the bottom line, boosting profit to $532K per year or 14% of revenue.
Perhaps put more accurately, in the beginning students approached the PDQ challenge "kicking and screaming all the way".
Odd, then, that Companies House records show Always Mobility owns 150,000 shares in his outfit PDQ.
But his fame, or notoriety, rests on his rediscovery and reconstruction of music by PDQ Bach, whom he describes fondly as "a pimple on the face of music" and "the most dangerous musician since Nero.
The MBO, for an undisclosed sum, was completed as Washington company PDQ won a manufacturing contract, worth up to pounds 500,000 this year, with another North-East engineering company.
In costing the bill of materials for the production of 1,000 units of product PDQ, the R/3 system would link production planning's BOM for PDQ with material management's "bill of services," which specifies the portion of a pallet required by each unit of the various raw materials.
It can be combined into a triple-acting system with PDQ, called PDQ-H, which costs $2.
Up to 20 subsea wells will be located beneath the PDQ unit, with additional subsea wells connected from locations nearby This unit could recover in excess of a billion oil-equivalent barrels, making Thunder Horse the largest discovery to date in the Gulf of Mexico.
The additions to the fleet are the first of many as PDQ forecast commissioning a vehicle with a Thermo King V200 every month for the forseeable future.
has announced its support for the Common UNIX Printing System, better known as "CUPS," as well as the PDQ printing system in its current color and monochrome network printers.
The evidence for the benefit of screening is weaker than we had previously" thought, and the primary impetus for this shift in thinking were the deep flaws pointed out in part by the Cochrane collaboration, said PDQ panel member Dr.
At press time, internal discussions were also underway at NCI to address the inconsistencies between the official NCI recommendations, which maintain that screening should begin at age 40, and the conclusions of the PDQ report, which are due to be posted on the NCI's Web site this month, Dr.
Jenkinson C, Fitzpatrick R, Peto V: The Parkinson's Disease Questionnaire, User Manual for the PDQ-39, PDQ-8 and PDQ Summary Index.
Steve Holard is cycling along roads and canals for his unique journey on his Pashley PDQ recumbent bike fitted with two large floats and a propeller drive unit.