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Quake (natural phenomenon)
A quake is the result when the surface of a planet, moon or star begins to shake.Types of quakes include:-Earthquake:An earthquake is a phenomenon that results from the sudden release of stored energy in the Earth's crust that creates seismic waves

Qualia (album)
is Jinn's second major album, released on February 6, 2008.-Track listing:# [4:52]#"Vuena Vista" [5:11]#"Route 18" [5:39]# [5:08]# [5:23]# [6:14]# [6:00]# [5:09]# [5:16]# [4:57]# [6:30]

Qualification
Qualification may refer to:*Qualification problem of non-monotonic logic* Qualification Principle, syntactic class logic* Teaching qualification, academic degree* Qualification types , awarded in education

Qualitative
The term qualitative is used to describe certain types of information. The term is distinguished from the term quantitative data, in which items are described in terms of quantity and in which a range numerical values are used without implying that a particular numerical value refers to a particular distinct category

Qualitative
The word qualitative refers to descriptions or distinctions based on some quality or characteristic rather than on some quantity or measured value. It can be a form of analysis that yields the identity of a compound

Quality
- Concepts :* Quality , the non-inferiority or superiority of something* Quality , an attribute or a property* Quality , in response theory

Quality
Quality in business, engineering and manufacturing has a pragmatic interpretation as the non-inferiority or superiority of something; it is also defined as fitness for purpose.

Quality (philosophy)
A quality is an attribute or a property. Attributes are ascribable, by a subject, whereas properties are possessible. In contemporary philosophy, the idea of qualities and especially how to distinguish certain kinds of qualities from one another remains controversial.-Background:Aristotle analyzed qualities in his logical work, the Categories

Quality (physics)
In response theory, the quality of an excited system is related to the number of excitation frequencies to which it can respond. In the case of a homogeneous, isotropic system, the quality is proportional to the FWHM.

Quality Time (film)
My Apocalypse is a 2008 independent film starring Corin Nemec, Bruce Weitz, Nancy Allen, John de Lancie, Gail Strickland, Meredith Salenger and Jesse Harper.

Quam
Quam may refer to:* Quam Heights, a mostly snow-covered ridge of Antarctica* Quam Ltd., a company in Hong Kong

Quan
Quan is one of several East Asian surnames.-全 : Quan :Quan , Chinese, Korean family name. other Eng mark Jeon, Chun in koreaorigin ;*from public office name of Zhou Dynasty

Quan (rapper)
Clifford Peacock, better known by his stage name Quan or Don Ferquan, is an American rapper, affiliated with Nas and Ill Will Records

Quandary
Quandary may refer to:* Dr. Quandary, a fictional character in the video game The Secret Island of Dr. Quandary* Mount Quandary, a mountain of Antarctica* Quandary Peak, a fourteener of Colorado

Quantic
Quantic may refer to:* Algebraic form, a name for the mathematical concept of algebraic forms* Quantic , a stage name of Will Holland* Quantic Dream, a video game developer studio

Quantify
Quantify may refer to:* Quantification, the act or process of quantifying* in computing: IBM Rational Quantify, a profiling software, part of IBM Rational Purify

Quantitative
A quantitative property is one that exists in a range of magnitudes, and can therefore be measured with a number. Measurements of any particular quantitative property are expressed as a specific quantity, referred to as a unit, multiplied by a number. Examples of physical quantities are distance, mass, and time

Quantity
Quantity is a property that can exist as a magnitude or multitude. Quantities can be compared in terms of "more" or "less" or "equal", or by assigning a numerical value in terms of a unit of measurement. Quantity is among the basic classes of things along with quality, substance, change, and relation

Quantization
Quantization is the procedure of constraining something from a relatively large or continuous set of values to a relatively small discrete set

Quantum
In physics, a quantum is the minimum amount of any physical entity involved in an interaction. Behind this, one finds the fundamental notion that a physical property may be "quantized," referred to as "the hypothesis of quantization". This means that the magnitude can take on only certain discrete values. There is a related term of quantum number

Quantum (album)
-Personnel:*Brett Garsed – electric guitar, production*Allan Holdsworth – additional guitar solos *Derek Sherinian – keyboard, production*Virgil Donati – drums, orchestration, production*Jimmy Johnson – bass guitar

Quantum (board game)
Quantum is an abstract strategy board game for two players, invented by Philip Slater and published by Lazy Days in 1975. It has similarities to chess and checkers.- Rules :

Quantum (James Bond)
Quantum is a fictional criminal organization, featured as the antagonists in the James Bond films Casino Royale, and its sequel, Quantum of Solace. The organization prefers to remain in the shadows, and is known to contract third parties to avoid implicating itself

Quantum chromodynamics
In theoretical physics, quantum chromodynamics is a theory of the strong interaction , a fundamental force describing the interactions of the quarks and gluons making up hadrons . It is the study of the SU Yang–Mills theory of color-charged fermions

Quantum electrodynamics
Quantum electrodynamics is the relativistic quantum field theory of electrodynamics. In essence, it describes how light and matter interact and is the first theory where full agreement between quantum mechanics and special relativity is achieved

Quantum leap
In physics and chemistry, an atomic electron transition is a change of an electron from one quantum state to another within an atom

Quantum Leap
Quantum Leap is an American television series that was broadcast on NBC from March 26, 1989 to May 5, 1993, for a total of five seasons. The series was created by Donald Bellisario, and starred Scott Bakula as Dr

Quantum Leap
Quantum leap may refer to:*Atomic electron transition or similar transitions between quantum states, which are scientific phenomena*Quantum Leap , a science-fiction television series

Quapaw
The Quapaw people are a tribe of Native Americans who historically resided on the west side of the Mississippi River in what is now the state of Arkansas.They are federally recognized as the Quapaw Tribe of Indians.-Government:

Quarante
Quarante is a commune in the Hérault department in Languedoc-Roussillon in southern France.

Quarantine
Quarantine is compulsory isolation, typically to contain the spread of something considered dangerous, often but not always disease. The word comes from the Italian quarantena, meaning forty-day period.

Quarantine (film)
Quarantine is a 2008 American horror film, directed by John Erick Dowdle and starring Jennifer Carpenter, Jay Hernandez, Columbus Short, Steve Harris, Rade Šerbedžija, Greg Germann, Bernard White, and Johnathon Schaech. The film is a remake of the Spanish horror film REC with a few exceptions such as added scenes and dialogue

Quarantine (Red Dwarf episode)
"Quarantine" is the fourth episode of science fiction sitcom Red Dwarf Series V and the twenty eighth in the series run. It was first broadcast on the British television channel BBC2 on 12 March 1992. The episode, fifth to be filmed, was the first one to be solely directed by Rob Grant & Doug Naylor

Quark (song)
"Quark" is a punk song by Die Ärzte. It's the fourteenth track and the fourth single from their 1993 album Die Bestie in Menschengestalt. It's about a man, who can't handle the chattering of his consort. The single version criticises the gibberish of politicians

Quarrel
A quarrel or bolt is the term for the ammunition used in a crossbow. The name "quarrel" is derived from the French carré, "square", referring to the fact that they typically have square heads. Although their length varies, they are typically shorter than traditional arrows.Bolts and arrows have different flight characteristics

Quarriers
Quarriers is a Scottish social care charity based in Quarrier's Village, Inverclyde. It provides care and support for people with a disability, children and families, young people, young homeless people, people with epilepsy and carers

Quarry
A quarry is a type of open-pit mine from which rock or minerals are extracted. Quarries are generally used for extracting building materials, such as dimension stone, construction aggregate, riprap, sand, and gravel. They are often collocated with concrete and asphalt plants due to the requirement for large amounts of aggregate in those materials

Quart
The quart is a unit of volume equal to a quarter of a gallon, two pints, or four cups. Since gallons of various sizes have historically been in use, quarts of various sizes have also existed; see gallon for further discussion. Three of these kinds of quarts remain in current use, all approximately equal to one litre

Quarter
Quarter is one fourth, ¼, or 25%, and may refer to:*Quarter , a section or area, usually of a town*Quarter , valued at one-fourth of a U.S

Quarter (country subdivision)
A quarter is a section of an urban settlement.Its borders can be administratively chosen , and it may have its own administrative structure

Quarter crack
A quarter crack is a term used by horsemen to describe a vertical split in a horse hoof wall at or about the quarter or widest part of the hoof. Quarter cracks are not an uncommon injury in horses worked extensively in horseshoes.

Quarter note
A quarter note or crotchet is a note played for one quarter of the duration of a whole note . Often people will say that a crotchet is one beat, however, this is not always correct, as the beat is indicated by the time signature of the music; a quarter note may or may not be the beat

Quarterdeck
The quarterdeck is that part of a warship designated by the commanding officer for official and ceremonial functions. In port, the quarterdeck is the most important place on the ship, and is the central control point for all its major activities. Underway, its importance diminishes as control of the ship is transferred to the bridge

Quartermaster
Quartermaster refers to two different military occupations depending on if the assigned unit is land based or naval.In land armies, especially US units, it is a term referring to either an individual soldier or a unit who specializes in distributing supplies and provisions to troops. The senior unit, post or base supply officer is customarily referred to as "the quartermaster"

Quarters
Quarters is a popular drinking game which involves players bouncing a quarter off a table in an attempt to have the quarter land in a certain place, usually into a shotglass on that table. The game is popular at parties, especially in colleges and universities in the United States and Canada, as well as in Germany

Quarterstaff
A quarterstaff , also short staff or simply staff is a traditional European pole weapon and a technique of stick fighting, especially as in use in England during the Early Modern period.

Quartet
In music, a quartet is a method of instrumentation , used to perform a musical composition, and consisting of four parts.-Western art music:

Quartet (film)
Quartet is a 1948 British anthology film with four segments, each based on a story by W. Somerset Maugham. Each segment is introduced by the author. It was successful enough to produce two sequels Trio and Encore , and popularised the compendium film format, leading to films such as O

Quartet (Harwood)
Quartet is a play by Ronald Harwood about aging opera singers.The play, presented by Michael Codron, was first directed by Christopher Morahan at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford prior to its West End opening at the Albery Theatre on 8 September 1999 starring Sir Donald Sinden.Following a four-month run it closed on 8 January 2000.-Plot:The setting is a retirement home

Quartet (video game)
Quartet is a 1986 arcade game by Sega. Quartet allows one to four players to guide a set of characters through a base taken over by an army of robots. Players control either Joe , Mary , Lee or Edgar across a number of sideways-scrolling levels

Quartic
In mathematics, the term quartic describes something that pertains to the "fourth order", such as the function x^4. It may refer to one of the following:* Quartic function, a polynomial function of degree 4* Quartic curve, an algebraic curve of degree 4

Quartile
In descriptive statistics, the quartiles of a set of values are the three points that divide the data set into four equal groups, each representing a fourth of the population being sampled

Quarto
Quarto could refer to:* Quarto, a size or format of a book in which four leaves of a book are created from a standard size sheet of paper* For specific information about quarto texts of William Shakespeare's works, see:

Quarto (text)
Quarto is a book or pamphlet produced from full 'blanksheets', each of which is printed with eight pages of text, four to a side, then folded two times to produce four leaves

Quartz
Quartz is the second-most-abundant mineral in the Earth's continental crust, after feldspar. It is made up of a continuous framework of SiO4 silicon–oxygen tetrahedra, with each oxygen being shared between two tetrahedra, giving an overall formula SiO2. There are many different varieties of quartz, several of which are semi-precious gemstones

Quartz (metal band)
-History:Quartz dates back to as early as 1974 when they were known as Bandy Legs. They signed to Jet Records in 1976 and supported Black Sabbath and AC/DC. The band changed their name to Quartz for their 1977 debut album, Quartz. The album was produced by Tony Iommi and Quartz toured with Black Sabbath to support this release

Quartzite
Quartzite is a hard metamorphic rock which was originally sandstone. Sandstone is converted into quartzite through heating and pressure usually related to tectonic compression within orogenic belts. Pure quartzite is usually white to gray, though quartzites often occur in various shades of pink and red due to varying amounts of iron oxide

Quasar (comics)
Quasar is the name of several fictional superheroes in the Marvel Comics universe.- Neutron :Neutron, an alien member of the Shi'ar Empire's Imperial Guard briefly used the name Quasar. He fought Quasar in Quasar vol. 1 #33 and again in #45 alongside Sergi Krylov

Quasar (motorcycle)
The Quasar was a semi-enclosed feet forward motorcycle, created by Malcolm Newell and Ken Leaman,who made a number of similar vehicles.It used an 850 cc engine built by Reliant Motors and was capable of cruising at 90–100 mph and exceeding 100 mph in favourable conditions.-Design:In the Quasar, the rider sits feet forward or feet first,

Quashed
Quashed was a British-bred and British-trained thoroughbred racehorse, winner of the Epsom Oaks in 1935.For many years, the Verdict family was not accepted into the British Stud Book because Quashed's dam was effectively a half-bred and it was not until the 1960s era of the July Cup winner Lucasland that the family's merit persuaded the authorities to review their opinion

Quasimodo (disambiguation)
Quasimodo is the titular character in Victor Hugo's novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame.Quasimodo may also refer to:* Quasimodo , a University of Notre Dame Australia student newspaper* Quasimodo , a Marvel Comics supervillain

Quasimodo (magazine)
Quasimodo is a student newspaper published by the Fremantle Student Association at the University of Notre Dame Australia. The magazine takes its name from Quasimodo, Victor Hugo's fictional bell-ringer and protagonist of Notre Dame de Paris- Politics :

Quat
Quat may refer to:* Quaternary ammonium cation, a class of chemical molecules* Quaternion, a non-commutative extension of the complex numbers* Khat, an African plant whose leaves are chewed as a stimulant

 
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