The administration famously based its argument for invading Iraq on best-case assumptions: that we would be greeted as liberators; that a capable democratic government would quickly emerge; that our military presence would be modest and temporary; and that Iraqi oil revenues would pay for everything.
What does IQ stand for?
IQ stands for Iraq (country code, top level domain)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 10 other meanings of IQ in our Acronym Attic
- Input Queuing
- Installation Qualification
- Insufficient Quantity
- Insurquote Systems Inc.
- Intelligence Quotient
- Intelligent Question
- Intervencion Quirurgica (Spanish: Surgical Procedure)
- Inverse Quantization
- Investissement Québec (French)
- Invoice Query System (Sprint)
- Irrelevant Question (polygraphy)
- Issue Queue
- United States miscellaneous Pacific Islands Outlying Areas (including Kingman Reef)
- ISQED (International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design) Quality Award (est. 2007)
- Inverse Quantization and Inverse Zig-Zag Ordering
- Installation Qualification, Operational Qualification, Performance Qualification (validation of equipment)
- Image Quality Analysis (software)
- Incoming Quality Audit
- Independent Quality Assurance
- Installation Quality Audit
Samples in periodicals archive:
The situation in Iraq is unacceptable to the American people--and it is unacceptable to me," President George W.
decided to invade Iraq in 2003 to overthrow Saddam Hussein, it helps to go back 13 years, to the war that added "Operation Desert Storm" and "the mother of all battles" to the American vernacular.
The elections were to be a historic moment in the history of Iraq and a critical metric of coalition progress toward a more stable and peaceful Middle East.
Our troops will come home when Iraq is capable of defending herself," he said.
Bush signed into law in November 2003 was a small business subcontracting provision that would have instructed large corporations receiving Iraq reconstruction contracts to create a subcontracting plan showing how they'd make opportunities available to small U.
Despite the imposition of economic sanctions against Iraq in 1990, the social work academy has ignored the impact of this global social policy promoted by the international community.