Here I argue that although the Quiet Revolution was a success in his terms, it was a short-term success that could lead to long-term failure.
What does TQR stand for?
TQR stands for The Quiet Revolution
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- Total Quality Program (Planning)
- Tissue Quick Plant Laboratories
- Total Quality Pain Management
- Tax-Qualified Pension Plans
- Total Quality Public Relations (est. 1995)
- Triplets, Quads and Quints (now Higher Order Multiple Support Network; Canada)
- Tentative Qualitative and Quantitative Personnel Requirements Information
- Tentative Qualitative & Quantitative Personnel Requirements Information Feeder Data
- Teacher Qualifications and the Quality of Teaching Study
- Technical Report
- ToneQuest Report (guitar journal)
- Torque Rotor
- Tour Qualifying Round (professional bowling)
- Training Quality Report
- Technology, Quality, Responsiveness, Delivery, Cost (supplier evaluation list)
- Technical, Quality, Response, Delivery, Cost, Environment
- Text Quality Review Guidelines
- Teaching Quality Report Set (UK)
- Technology Quick Reference Sheet
- Tecnologia e Qualidade em Sistemas (software developed in Brazil)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Let's hope the quiet revolution is not destined for the same ignominious end as Duncan Smith's leadership of the Tory party.
The Quiet Revolution turbines are developed by Quiet Revolution Ltd.
The Church in Quebec has preached tolerance and openness since the Quiet Revolution, but have we thought about the harm made to the simple faithful who do not know what the truth is anymore?
Aware of the significance of their soft-core film, Link and Dunning played off of the Quiet Revolution heavily in the advertising, and suggested that Valerie was symbolic of a Quebec that was prostituting her natural goods to the rest of Canada.
We should indeed sing doxologies for the quiet revolution accomplished by LBW and sing eschatological thanks for the new worship resources that are now being devised.
He celebrated ecumenical religious services at Expo '67 and served during the Quiet Revolution and the separatist crisis in Quebec.
The uncoupling of marriage and parenthood seems very conveniently in step with the anti-religious, "free-spirited" zeitgeist which has pervaded the province ever since the heady days of the Quiet Revolution.