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Q.E.D.

An initialism of quod erat demonstratum (Latin for "what was to be demonstrated"), formally used at the conclusion of mathematical or philosophical proofs. In everyday speech and writing, it is used to emphasize that something proves a particular point or opinion. Primarily heard in UK. If the company's profits have gone up while their operating costs have gone down, then they have the money to pay their employees a better wage, Q.E.D.
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According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the expression QED in modern day language is used to show that a fact or situation demonstrates a theory or claim.
Half of the funding will come from QED and half from Rutgers.
The QED service is customizable so that clients can select only the market data they need as well as the co-location facilities where they would like to receive the data.
QED Business Advisors Mark Boyer and Nick Spring contributed valuable insight to the development plan for this project.
About QED Group The QED Group, LLC, is a full-service international consulting firm committed to solving complex global challenges through innovative solutions.
This grant from the EDA will help the QED Program bridge its own Valley of Death by ensuring funding for the next two years," said Science Center President & CEO Stephen S.
About QED Investors QED Investors actively supports high-growth businesses that use information to compete - and win.
Couto has received support from QED Business Advisor Jim Ballance.
The QED platform is a comprehensive investment management system designed to drive efficiency and information utilization across the financial enterprise.
WASHINGTON -- QED Pharmaceutical Services has licensed SAS([R]) Clinical Data Integration to enable its drug development clients to more easily form partnerships with key biopharmaceutical companies.
I was fortunate to find the support of QED and a business model which is consistent with our mission.
In August 2012, QED signed a non-binding letter of intent to acquire Terra Resources.
We are very pleased to have one of our ASIs operational at one of the leading precision engineering centers in Germany", said Marc Tricard, Director of Business Development for QED Technologies.
Tom Makmann, CEO of QED Connect, commented, "With the entry into the oil & gas business, QED believes it is now in position to implement its strategy and provide our shareholders increased value in 2013.