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What does LOQ stand for?

LOQ stands for Loquitur (Latin: speaks)

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Slang/chat, popular culture

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On July 9, 2007, Tracy filed suit alleging that: 1) the surgeon was negligent-his treatment fell below applicable standard of care; 2) as a result, Tracy suffered permanent injury; and 3) the surgeon's negligence could also be inferred from the application of the doctrine of Res Ipsa Loquitur (RIL).
It has been suggested that when bringing a common law action based on negligence the acquisition of an infection from the hospital should be regarded as prima facie evidence of negligence by somebody employed by the hospital, and that the principle of res ipsa loquitur or 'the facts speak for themselves' should apply.
Whether or not one agrees with Cecil Lang that he is the greatest parodist in our language, Swinburne is certainly notable for writing self-parodies that confront not only his poetic style, but his most cherished meanings, especially those of "By the North Sea," the target of "Poeta Loquitur.
of Louisville School of Law) provides road maps for each of his major topics, covering negligence (including res ipsa loquitur and failure to use reasonable care), strict liability in tort (including tests for unreasonable danger and proof problems), warranty (including express and implied), misrepresentation, parties, manufacture, design, warnings, causation, defenses, and damages.
EXHIBIT C: An excerpt from The Loquitur, the official newspaper of Cabrini College, in Philadelphia, which contains the following quotes from students: "Women's magazines are funny to me, but also knowledgeable.