New York (AirGuide - Inside Air Travel) Jun 29, 2012 A quick look at Air China Traditionally the flag carrier, Air China (airline code CA) is the third largest airline in China by number of passengers and flies from Sydney and Melbourne in Australia to Shanghai and Beijing.
What does QL stand for?
QL stands for Quick Look
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of QL
We have 8 other meanings of QL in our Acronym Attic
- Qualification Level (Canadian military)
- Quality Level
- Quality of Life (USAF funding issues)
- Quality of Life (well-being)
- Quantification Limit (chemistry)
- Quantum Leap
- Quantum Libet (Latin: As Much As You Please)
- Queensland (Australia)
- Query Language
- Quiche Lorraine
- Qualification Level 3 (Canadian Army)
- Frequency Modulated (sonar; US Navy)
- Lasham Airfield (Lasham, England, UK)
- Qala (postal locality, Malta)
- Qatar Leadership Academy (Qatar)
- Quadrifilar Loop Antenna
- Quality Level Agreement
- Quality Level Analysis (various organizations)
- Quantum Logic Array (hardware architecture)
- Quark License Administrator (software)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Quick Look Nursing: Obstetric and Pediatric Pathophysiology By Bernadette Madara, Carol T.
Le Clézio's books have been translated into English, but a quick look at Amazon suggests that none of them are very easily available here.
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With 2002 coming to a close, the natural inclination is to take a quick look back on a difficult year for many and then turn our focus on realizing the promise era new year.
A little nervousness, perhaps, is suggested by quick looks over the shoulder and the occasionally frantic speed of the steps.
The most significant enhancement is the addition of Quick Looks throughout the product.
Galileo's quick look at Venus Scientists have finally received the pictures of Venus' atmosphere taken in February by the Galileo spacecraft as it whipped around the planet -- one of a series of maneuvers that will give Galileo the speed needed to propel it to Jupiter, where it should arrive in 1995.