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CQ and Collaborative
This defines Collaborative Intelligence, or CQ, as " the ability to build, contribute to and manage power found in networks of people.

CQ and Intelligence
According to CQ, then-Attorney General Alberto Gonzales pressed Central Intelligence Agency Director Porter Goss to drop the agency's investigation of Harman because he wanted Harman's support during the NSA warrantless surveillance controversy about to break in The New York Times.
* More Troops Are Nice, but More Intelligence Needed to Save Afghan War – Jeff Stein writing for CQ Politics ( October 31, 2008 )

CQ and group
'" According to Politico, Carney, a staff writer covering lobbying and influence for CQ Roll Call, " made the first identifiable, published reference to ' super PAC ' as it ’ s known today while working at National Journal, writing on June 26, 2010, of a group called Workers ’ Voices, that it was a kind of '" super PAC " that could become increasingly popular in the post-Citizens United world.

CQ and which
Due to the efforts of Merrill Swan, W6AEE, of the " The RTTY Society of Southern California " publisher of RTTY and Wayne Green, W2NSD, of CQ Magazine, Amateur Radio operators successfully petitioned the U. S. Federal Communications Commission ( FCC ) to amend Part 12 of the Regulations, which was effective on February 20, 1953.
Some tertiary facilities are available in Yeppoon which look set to expand significantly under a proposal to merge the State-funded CQ Tafe campuses across the Central Queensland region with CQ University.
A number of day optics were used initially, which included Hensoldt Blitz, Leupold CQ / T, ACOG, Leupold TS-30A1 and ultimately the Leupold TS-30A2.
In 2002 the CQ Press Reference Information Group launched the CQ Press Electronic Library, which has subsequently grown into a suite of four online periodicals, five online reference databases as well as a suite of online editions of their reference books.
The CQ Press College Publishing Group publishes political science textbooks, combining innovative titles with well-known classics, all of which maintain CQ Press's high standards of quality and distinction.
He has also written articles on public policy issues, which were published in various publications, including Black Family Today, The Dallas Morning News, The CQ Researcher, Orange Register and The Washington Times.
Founded in 1955 by Sid Yudain, a former press secretary to Congressman Al Morano ( R-Conn .), Roll Call is the flagship publication of the CQ Roll Call, which also operates: Congressional Quarterly ( CQ ), a publisher of print and online daily and weekly news about Congress and politics.
In 2001 he appeared in Roman Coppola's directorial debut CQ, an homage to the Italian spy / sci-fi B-movies in which Law often starred during the 1960s.

CQ and can
In ham radio usage, a CQ call can be qualified by appending more letters, as in CQ DX ( meaning " calling all long-distance stations "), or the ITU call sign prefix for a particular country ( e. g. CQ VK for " calling Australia ").
In the CQ World Wide DX Contest, the world's largest HF contest, leading multi-operator stations on phone and CW can make up to 25, 000 contacts in a forty-eight hour period, while even single operators with world-class stations in rare locations have been known to exceed 10, 000 contacts, an average of over three per minute, every minute.

CQ and be
Although used worldwide by Marconi operators, CQD was never adopted as an international standard since it could be mistaken for a general call " CQ " if the reception was poor.
* A 2007 crime survey by CQ Press found Broken Arrow to be the 22nd safest city in the nation and the safest city in Oklahoma.

CQ and greater
In recent years, CQ has launched several electronic-only newsletters with greater focus on particular areas, including CQ Homeland Security, CQ BudgetTracker, and " CQ HealthBeat.

CQ and than
CQ was founded in 1945 by Nelson Poynter and his wife, Henrietta Poynter, with the aim of providing a link between local newspapers and the complex politics within Washington D. C. CQ has the largest news team covering Capitol Hill, with more than 100 reporters, editors and researchers.
Federal Staff Directory: CQ Press ’ s Federal Staff Directory is the one-stop reference for more than 40, 000 contacts in the Executive Office of the President, the Cabinet, independent agencies, and quasi-official agencies.

CQ and by
* Norinco CQ, M16 clone developed by China
In 2007, Clarkstown was once again named the second safest city in the United States, in the 14th annual " 2007 – 2008 City Crime Rankings " published by CQ Press – formally known as Morgan Quitno, a unit of Congressional Quarterly Inc.
In 2008, Clarkstown was named the sixth safest city in the United States in the 15th annual " 2008 – 2009 City Crime Rankings " published by CQ Press.
In 2009, Clarkstown was named the seventh safest city in the United States in the 16th annual " 2009 – 2010 City Crime Rankings " published by CQ Press.
In 2010, Clarkstown was named the fifth safest city in the United States in the 17th annual " 2010 – 2011 City Crime Rankings " published by CQ Press.
In 2010, State College was ranked as the third-safest metropolitan area in the United States by the CQ Press.
The race had been ranked as " leaning Democratic " by CQ Politics, but Buchanan scored a very narrow victory, winning the election by a few hundred votes.
* A play about Blair, CQ / CX, written by Gabe McKinley, was produced by the Atlantic Theater Company in 2012.
* CQ ( 2001 )-directed by Roman Coppola and starring Jeremy Davies and Angela Lindvall
* CQ ( call ), a code used by radio operators
Harman ended the phone call, according to CQ, by saying, " This conversation doesn ’ t exist.
* CQ ( 2001 ) ( directed by Roman Coppola )
* Banks, Arthur S .; Muller, Thomas C ; Overstreet, William R., Political Handbook of Asia 2007, published by CQ Press, ISBN 0-87289-497-5
That first intraocular lens was manufactured by the Rayner company of Brighton, East Sussex, England from Perspex CQ Polymethylmethacrylate ( PMMA ) made by ICI ( Imperial Chemical Industries ).
The team capped off a successful 2008 by finishing second to Team CSC in the CQ Team Ranking.
* Popular Communications monthly magazine published by CQ Communications.
CQ was acquired by the Economist Group and combined with Roll Call to form CQ Roll Call in 2009.

CQ and .
Coppola's surviving son, Roman, is a filmmaker and music video director whose filmography includes the feature film CQ and music videos for The Strokes, as well as co-writing two Wes Anderson films, The Darjeeling Limited and Moonrise Kingdom.
Washington, D. C .: CQ Press, p. 564.
New Hampshire again boasts the nation ’ s lowest murder rate and the second-lowest rates for aggravated assault, according to CQ Press.
Michel Tremblay, CQ ( born in Montreal, Quebec 25 June 1942 ) is a Canadian novelist and playwright.
CQ Press, 1990.
* " Same Sex Marriage Passage " CQ Weekly.
Chautauqua County ( county code CQ ) is a county located in Southeast Kansas, in the Central United States.
It is among the top 25 safest cities in the country, according to CQ Press's research.
Land telegraphs had traditionally used " CQ " (" sécu ," from the French word sécurité or secours ) to identify alert or precautionary messages of interest to all stations along a telegraph line, and CQ had also been adopted as a " general call " for maritime radio use.
However, in landline usage there was no general emergency signal, so the Marconi company added a " D " (" distress ") to CQ in order to create its distress call.
Mario Lemieux, OC, CQ (; ; born October 5, 1965 ) is a Canadian former professional ice hockey player and co-owner of the National Hockey League's ( NHL ) Pittsburgh Penguins and the American Hockey League's ( AHL ) Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins.
* Jeremy Davies, actor featured in Saving Private Ryan, Solaris, Lost, and CQ.

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