QAG


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QAG

In Q, or basic telecommunication code, it means, “Arrange your flight to arrive at/over at …?”
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Bueza, a multimedia artist who acts as president of QAG, said they have about 50 members all over the province, but only 24 have joined the present exhibit and only three are full-time artists.
El Banco tambien cuenta con un Grupo de Control de Calidad (QAG, en ingles), que supervisa la calidad de los proyectos y el trabajo analitico de la institucion.
In 1996, the Quality Assurance Group (QAG) was created to monitor the initial quality of Bank projects and their implementation.
To address this concern, AAMA has released its Quality Assurance Processing Guide for Poured and Debridged Polyurethane Thermal Barriers (AAMA Publication QAG 1-98), a window manufacturer's guideline for the proper storage and handling of the thermal break material, maintenance of the pour equipment, and control of the pouring process.
West (ed), The Inspired Dream: Life as art in Aboriginal Australia (QAG, 1988).
If a lower accuracy is required, it is best to use a classical global routine such as QAG, QAGS, QXGS.
In period one the proceeds of the investment are realized according to the concave production function mapped out by the points QAG. Additionally, the country owes a foreign debt D, which must be repaid in period one.
Anecdotal evidence cited in a recent report by the Quality Assurance Group (QAG) suggests that some managers are actually discouraging staff from tackling operations that involve sensitive safeguard policies, such as projects with resettlement components.
As a fitting culmination of Hall's directorial tenure, the exhibition's fifth incarnation, which opened in December 2006, launched his most ambitious project yet--the Gallery of Modern Art, a new museum and cinematheque located just a short stroll from the QAG.