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I.Q.

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n I.Q. a measure of a person's intelligence as indicated by an intelligence test; the ratio of a person's mental age to their chronological age (multiplied by 100)
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Usage

In literature:

I was one day in a store kept by a man named T. Q. Jones, locally known as "Three Two," when a digger came in to buy a needle.
"Reminiscences of Queensland" by William Henry Corfield
The only thing I've got agin Co. Q is that the boys will steal.
"Si Klegg, Book 2 (of 6)" by John McElroy
McGillicuddy's a-comin' in with Co. Q. I think I kin see him now jest raisin' the hill.
"Si Klegg, Book 3 (of 6) Si And Shorty Meet Mr. Rosenbaum, The Spy, Who Relates His Adventures" by John McElroy
I can't tell what company you'll belong to till we git to the rigimint, but I'll try to have you in Co. Q, my company.
"Si Klegg, Book 5 (of 6) The Deacon's Adventures At Chattanooga In Caring For The Boys" by John McElroy
I'd like to have you all in Co. Q, but this's a thing 'bout which I hain't got no say.
"Si Klegg, Book 6 (of 6) Si And Shorty, With Their Boy Recruits, Enter On The Atlanta Campaign" by John McElroy
I am Arthur Randolph, of the firm J. Q. Randolph & Son, Bankers.
"An Artist in Crime" by Rodrigues Ottolengui
So I shall camp on the doorstep of the G. H. Q.
"Happy House" by Jane D. Abbott
For let q be the amount of ionization, i.e.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 6, Slice 8" by Various
The next morning, Ellaby took his I. Q. test at the Capitol personnel bureau.
"The Dictator" by Milton Lesser
Yesterday I came to Chaumont where G.H.Q.
"A "Y Girl in France" by Katherine Shortall
The accident had happened at the edge of some woodland, and Sam did not need a high I.Q.
"Sam, This is You" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
I've just received orders from G.H.Q.
"Dave Dawson at Dunkirk" by Robert Sydney Bowen
I'd advise you to obtain a new pair before you report to H.Q.
"Dave Dawson on Guadalcanal" by Robert Sydney Bowen
And Mabel's I/Q was 71!
"Adolescents Only" by Irving E. Cox
That was partly nullified by the fact that it was a special class, and only high I.Q.
"Ye of Little Faith" by Roger Phillips Graham
Of course, I did not go with the command, but was forced to join Company Q.
"From Bull Run to Appomattox" by Luther W. Hopkins
Perhaps I do not size you up accurately, S. Q. G. You may be a man who does not pant for the sylvan shade.
"Cordwood" by Edgar Wilson (Bill) Nye
In fact, I think that their possible loss was about my worst worry when I tried my first 'Q' stunt on.
"Sea-Hounds" by Lewis R. Freeman
Now you and I will mind the P's and Q's of this great city, won't we, my dear?
"Life on the Stage" by Clara Morris
In considering these two factors we may note that one factor is always a quantity (Q) and the other an intensity (I).
"The Mechanism of Life" by Stéphane Leduc
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In poetry:

Q. O how shall I a sharer prove,
And see his glorious grace?
A. In Christ, the image of his love,
And brightness of his face.e
"The Believer's Principles : Chap. I." by Ralph Erskine
Q. How shall I do the works aright,
I'm daily bound unto?
A. Christ in thee, by his Spirit's might,
Works both to will and do.
"The Believer's Principles : Chap. I." by Ralph Erskine
Q—— call'd on me the other day,
And ask'd me what I thought
Of the new dress that R—— had on,
The other day she bought.
"Gossip!" by Benjamin Cutler Clark
Q. Why, Sir, is Christ the whole you say?
No answer else I find.
A. Because, were Christ our all away,
There's nothing left behind.
"The Believer's Principles : Chap. I." by Ralph Erskine
Q. By prayer I ought to seek his face,
This course how shall I drive?
A. 'Tis Christ alone that has the grace
And sp'rit of pray'r to give.
"The Believer's Principles : Chap. I." by Ralph Erskine
Q. Know this, my child! — and, what I say, is right,
Thou canst not such a burden undergo,
Nor all those things, by thy own proper might,
Vile sinner as thou art — pretend to do.
"The Ten Commandments " by Rees Prichard

In news:

Q How can I reach the Customer Service Center if I have a question about my account.
Q My fiancé and I have been together for just over a year.
Q I am leaving on Thanksgiving morning for a trip to a family reunion from the San Jose airport.
Q I was shopping in the store the other day and saw two ladies putting together some coupon deals.
I was lucky to get the last box of Hostess Suzy Q's.
Q I just finished reading your response in Wednesday's column to Scott Carr about the lack of Obama bumper stickers on Prius vehicles.
Will.i.am Slams Congress, Calls George W Bush a 'Wacko' (Q&A).
Television Q&A: 'How I Met Your Mother,' 'A Gifted Man' and more.
NORMAN — Q: With more and more gluten -free foods popping up on grocery store shelves, should I be eating gluten -free.
Q I've heard that grapefruit can interact dangerously with some medications.
NORMAN — Q: I am a teacher in a local district.
Q I recently moved to South Boston and got a trial membership at Gold's Gym.
A Superfan's Final Cry: Q-U-I-T, Quit.
If you want to know more about jailbreaking, check out this Q&A I compiled on the topic a while back.
Q I'm a 27-year-old divorced woman.
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In science:

A± ) = δ ǫ′ (iǫ∓T ) = ǫ∓ [Q+ (δ ǫ′A− )+Q− (δ ǫ′ A+ )] = −iǫ∓ (ǫ′+Q+ + ǫ′−Q− )T .
Generalized Noncommutative Supersymmetry from a New Gauge Symmetry
In general, the defining formula of I(q) shows that ker I(q) = gq := {ξ ∈ g | ξQ (q) = 0}.
Symmetry breaking for toral actions in simple mechanical systems
It follows that (η + ξ )T ∗Q (αq ) = XH (αq ) and hence, again by Proposition 3.3, that 0 = dVη+ξ (q) = dVη (q) − dhI(·)η, ξ i(q) − 1 2 dkξQ (·)k2 (q).
Symmetry breaking for toral actions in simple mechanical systems
Since S (ρ) = − limq→1 ∂Trρq /∂ q the mean von Neumann entropy may be obtained by differentiation of (3.2) and (3.3) with respect to the parameter, hS i = − limq→1 h∂Trρq /∂ qi = − limq→1 ∂ hTrρq i/∂ q .
Statistical properties of random density matrices
I q ∩ p and (q ∩ p)/I is a non-trivial torsionfree left A/q-module and right A/p-module.
Noncommutative plane curves
From observability of φ we have Lhy i = ˜F i(q, ˆu(p, q )) with some functions ˜F i, i = 1, ν .
Order Reduction of Optimal Control Systems
Just notice that pθ(n) comes from the fact that the probability Q hTθn s=1{Ss > 0}i ≡ Q[V0 > θ(n)] appears when we give an upper bound of Q hPMn ISj −Smn ∈[a(i−1),ai[ = ki.
On the concentration of Sinai's walk
If I is a bounded interval and q > 2d, let EL,I, q denote the event that tr χJ (Hω, L ) ≤ 1 for all subintervals J ⊂ I with length |J | ≤ L−q .
Simplicity of eigenvalues in the Anderson model
By the lemma above, replacing A by A1, there exists Q ∈ P (A1, N (B )) such that u = (I − Q)x0 = (I − Q)B †P y .
Weighted generalized inverses, oblique projections and least squares problems
By Lemma 4.6 it follows that kukC ∗C ≤ kxkC ∗C for every x ∈ x0 − u0 + S if and only if there exists Q ∈ P (C ∗C, S ) such that u = (I − Q)(x0 − u0) = (I − Q)(x0 − C †y ).
Weighted generalized inverses, oblique projections and least squares problems
From the preceding theorem and the definition of G (M), for a sufficiently large integer k, there exist a system of matrix units, {eij }k i,j=1, of a Ik subfactor of M and a projection q in M so that the following hold. (i) {q} ∪ {eij }k i,j=1 generates M; and (ii) τ (S (q ; {ej j }k k .
Singly Generated II_1 Factors
We note that if (Q, ≤) is a qoset the quotient map from Q onto Q/ ≡ induces an isomorphism from I (Q, ≤) onto I (Q/ ≡, ⊑) and from J (Q, ≤) onto J (Q/ ≡, ⊑). A chain, or a linearly ordered set, is a poset in which all elements are pairwise comparable with respect to an order ≤.
On a quasi-ordering on Boolean functions
The authors of further claim that the above function Fj (i) (q) can always be represented as the XOR of two bit functions Gj (i) (q) and lj (i), where lj (i) depends only on the measurement result.
Quantum Noise Randomized Ciphers
Assume that (i) Q is a meet–semilattice, with ˆ0 = min Q; (ii) al l elements q ∈ Q, with the possible exception of q = ˆ0, belong to the image of f ; (iii) for every ˆ0 6= q ∈ Q there exists cq ∈ f −1(Q≤q ) such that the inclusion map ∆(f −1(Q
Finite solvable groups whose Quillen complex is Cohen-Macaulay
Since q is the smallest positive integer such that f q (xs ) ≤ xt, xt+1 ≤ f i (xs ) whenever 1 ≤ i ≤ q − 1.
A Simple Proof of Sharkovsky's Theorem
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