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What does GQ stand for?

GQ stands for General Question

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It uses a uniform question and answer format and allows the user to locate material by general question and by general question by state, allowing attorneys to quickly locate answers to the questions they or their clients may have regarding the enforceability of covenants not to compete.
The opportunity to see most, if not all, of the important paintings from David's exile along with the drawings represents the major asset of this exhibition, allowing us to reconsider the key issue of the aesthetic effects of the artist's banishment and the more general question of exile as a specific kind of social and cultural, as well as psychological, condition of artmaking.
Highlights include more than fifty instruments, from alto clarinet to xylophone; more than twenty types of band, orchestra and ensemble, from string quartet to marching band; instrumental writing and playing techniques such as range, bowing, mutes, glissandi, harmonics, mallets and multiphonics; lesson plans, student assignments and recommended listening; and an interactive quiz with 500 listening and general questions.
Bruno Pinchard discusses Rabelais and the Kabbalah, Daniel Menager the Pays de Satin and its echoes of Erasmus, Hope Glidden the island of Odes and the general question of mirabilia, while Olivier Pot sees the fifth book as Rabelais' "testament litteraire" (401).
The program would involve volunteers going to a cross-sectoral sampling of Sudbury's 5,500 businesses to conduct a two-hour interview, asking both general questions about the local business environment, as well as questions specifically designed by the group that pertain directly to the Sudbury community.