A PROPOSAL to limit the number of questions that can be asked of the politicians running Wales' biggest local authority is undemocratic, a councillor has claimed.
What does NOQ stand for?
NOQ stands for Number of Questions (random generation)
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- No Procedure Turn Required
- Nucleo Operativo di Polizia Delle Telecomunicazioni
- National Organization of Professional Teachers Inc. (Philippines)
- National Occupant Protection Use Survey
- Naval Offshore Patrol Vessel (India)
- Notice of Probable Violation
- North Olympic Peninsula Visitors and Convention Bureau (Washington)
- National Organization for Potable Water and Sanitary Drainage
- National Online Quilters
- Not Operationally Qualified
- Nordic Quality Assurance Network in Higher Education (education information forum; Europe)
- Northern Ohio Quarter Horse Association
- NATO Operational Requirement
- Natural Object Recognition
- Naval Oceanographic Requirements
- Navy Outdoor Recreation (US Navy)
- Net Operating Result
- New Ohio Review (Ohio University; Athens, OH)
- Nissan OffRoad
- Nitric Oxide Reductase
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the company, the total number of questions in the KLAS software and medical equipment performance evaluations is being reduced from 40 to 25, and the number of questions in the professional services evaluation is being reduced from 18 to 15.
Increasing the number of questions means the test ensures comprehensive coverage of the whole syllabus.
A number of questions remain unanswered, including: (1) is Issing's position considered exclusively a German seat on the ECB Council; and (2) will Issing's replacement automatically take over the research department, or will that department's responsibilities be divided among several council members?
Her appointment raises a number of questions about the changes she may bring to the organization because of her connection to President Bush Veneman succeeds Carol Bellamy who was an anathema to the Bush administration.
Mr Johnson said the report by the council (FRRP) had raised a number of questions.
It said the review by its financial reporting panel had raised "a number of questions relating to the affair of MG Rover and its associated companies which the (panel) believes may be relevant for the DTI to consider.