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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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PDQ Specialist Couriers now operate from a number of UK sites and are presently in negotiations to open an office in Frankfurt to increase the quality of their European time-critical service.
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".
She accused PDQ of trying to "wriggle out of their responsibility" and told Gammans: "Quite frankly, I found you to be a nasty piece of work.
However, the PDQ Act is seen in many ways as a step backwards for the interests of the pharmaceutical industry, represented by the Coalition for 21 Century Patent Law Reform.
PDQ PLASTICS has always held that a durable pallet is also a safe pallet.
In addition to an estimated property value range, TransUnion's PDQ delivers property characteristics for up to 15 percent of recent neighborhood sales, a notation indicating irregular sales history for a subject property or others in the vicinity, and transaction history information for a subject and neighboring properties.
Eastern Consolidated's Marcia Rose Yawitz, Senior Director, arranged the sale of 96-04 37th Avenue between the seller, 96-04 Associates c/o PDQ Properties, a Florida-based company owners of over 14,000 residential units nationwide and 1.
This Friday, the Oregon Mozart Players will introduce conductor Glen Cortese's new concert version of "The Abduction of Figaro" by PDQ Bach, "a twig on the Bach family tree" whose obscure compositions have been rediscovered and championed by composer Peter Schickele.
While some folks may think that PDQ stands for "Pretty Darn Quick," Wendy Snoke correctly points out that it is instead an acronym for "Proven Distribution Quality.
The team who bought PDQ Engineering from its parent company Washington Envelopes are preparing to plough in more than pounds 250,000.
If we assume that a unit of product PDQ requires one unit of direct material B123 and one unit of direct material A456, then the R/3 system can calculate a standard direct cost that includes material handling costs.
A second Willow Ridge additive is PDQ, a proprietary non-starch masterbatch that simultaneously triggers photodegradation and thermal-oxidative breakdown in PE and PP.
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.