The vehicle has been jointly developed in collaboration with men's magazine, Gentleman's Quarterly.
What does GQ stand for?
GQ stands for Gentleman's Quarterly
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We have 10 other meanings of GQ in our Acronym Attic
- Gladys Porter Zoo (Brownsville, TX)
- Groundwater Protection Zone
- Guinea Pig Zero (human research subjects journal)
- Great Plains Zen Center (Illinois)
- Equatorial Guinea (country code, top level domain)
- Geared Radial (US Navy)
- General Quarters
- General Question
- Generalized Quadrangle
- Golden Quadrilateral (express highway project in India)
- Goldfeld-Quant (statistical test)
- Good Question
- Great Quality (computer brand)
- Guillou-Quisquater (identification scheme; cryptography)
- Gypsy Queen
- Gaslamp Quarter Association (San Diego, CA)
- General Quality Assessment (water quality)
- Glass Qualifications Authority (Sheffield, England, UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The rhyme did not appear in print until the Gentleman's Quarterly published it in 1749.
So now Mohyeldin is in the United States for three weeks of media events -- there will even be a Gentleman's Quarterly photo shoot -- having become well known in a country where viewers are essentially prevented from seeing his station's broadcast.
GQ was launched in America in 1957 as Gentleman's Quarterly, a fashion spin-off from Esquire, which it now outsells in Britain.
95 Paperback PN2285 Steen, dubbed the "Mortician to the Stars" by the magazine Gentleman's Quarterly, collects 169 death certificates of actors, actresses, and other Hollywood entertainers.
Pick up an issue of Gentleman's Quarterly or Men's Health or Teen People, and you'll see a boy removing his tank top for Guess jeans.
Earlier in his career he was Chairman and CEO of IDG Peterborough, Publisher of Gentleman's Quarterly and ran the Rodale Active Sports Network.
In last year's interview with Gentleman's Quarterly magazine, Steele compared being homosexual to being black and was quoted as doubting that ex-gays exist.