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What does TNQ stand for?

TNQ stands for The New Quartet (band)

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The new quartet are stores apprentice Alex Avery, from Denton Burn, Newcastle, and business administration apprentices Khloe Ryder-Wood from Alston, Cumbria, Catherine Frey from Ponteland, Northumberland, and Andrew Eschle from Hamsterley, County Durham.
But it is the new quartet featuring Nikki Iles, Steve Brown (drummer) and Dave Green (double bass), which has been delighting festival audiences across the UK.
The new Quartet is un-programmatic, though one detects in it the quintessentially MacMillan conflict between worldliness and spirituality.
Packaging for the newcomers includes a fish-based anecdote about the brand's 50-year heritage, to educate consumers about the products' origins, Rolling into freezers now, the new quartet includes two recipes for Simply Salmon--as well as crumb coated Simply Scampi and Simply Hake fillets in batter.