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Status Quo

 

a term in international law denoting a situation, actual or legal, that exists or once existed and whose reinstatement or preservation is in question. In international jurisprudence the term “status quo ante bellum” is used to denote a situation that existed prior to the beginning of a war.

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Sereno is facing an impeachment case at the House and a quo warranto petition filed by Solicitor General Jose Calida before the SC.
Quo warranto - literally means by what warrant or by what right.
Certainly, removing one of them through quo warranto will send a clear and unmistakable message to everyone that there is a much easier path to their own ouster.
As a lawyer, I think there is good basis for the quo warranto petition,' he said.
Talking about John Coghlan's Quo, the drummer says the band members are great players and they recreate the sound without "this lookalike rubbish," as he puts it.
She said: "We are delighted to be welcoming Status Quo to Parc y Scarlets, in association with The MJR Group, for their first (and last) ever live electric show in West Wales.
Since then Gill and I have seen Status Quo 27 times.
Across five decades, Status Quo have rocked the North East's concert venues to their foundations.
Just when I thought the show was coming to an end and trying to think what they hadn't played, Quo went into Rock 'n' Roll 'n' You and the gyrators were off again.
He co-founded Status Quo with Francis Rossi in 1967 and the band has sold 120 million albums.
March 2014 sees the Status Quo Live In Concert tickets go on sale - and also the final live dates from the Frantic Four line-up of the band.
I was with The Move performing Fire Brigade and Quo were promoting their debut single Pictures Of Matchstick Men.