DBQ


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DBQ

(DataBase for Quality) An RDBMS from Murphy Software, Southfield, MI, that runs on Windows clients and the AS/400. Specialized for quality management, it is used to promote ISO 9000 compliance.
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The degree of pain, self-described on a 10-point scale, was extracted from free-text entries in the medical history section of the DBQ.
These could be produced in a traditional five-paragraph essay, or in a question similar to those posed within a DBQ, SAIE, or HAT.
Crodazosoft DBQ allows hair care companies to create products where consumers can achieve softer, youthful-feeling hair throughout all life's stages.
Because of widespread DBQ use in schools, college faculty expect incoming students to understand the basics of historical materials, but many in their classes do not.
Participants were then given an invitation code that provided access to the online portion where they completed the demographic questionnaire, PSE, MAAS, RQ, SOEA Scale, and DBQ in counter-balanced order.
It is very important that physicians provide complete responses to all questions on the DBQ.
It appears that the existence of the DBQ allows social studies teachers there an increased possibility for good, solid social studies instruction that promotes historical thinking (VanSledright, 2004).
The DBQ measures three types of aberrant driving behaviour: lapses, errors and violations.
If VA can complete a DBQ by reviewing medical records already on file, it will use the ACE process.