Quality

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Other articles related to "quality":

Kid Eternity
... written by Otto Binder, drawn by Sheldon Moldoff, and published by Quality Comics in December 1942 ... All of Quality's intellectual properties were sold to DC Comics in 1956 (though most of the said properties lapsed into public domain by that point), including the character ... "Busy" Arnold, the owner of Quality Comics decided to leave the comic business entirely for the more profitable arena of Men's Adventure Magazines ...
Frankincense - Quality
... Frankincense comes in many types, and its quality is based on color, purity, aroma, age, and shape ...
Edinburgh Festival Fringe - Criticism - Quality
... has led to adverse criticism about the quality of the Fringe ... book Sore Throats Overdrafts, "No-one can say what the quality will be like overall ...
Due Diligence - Examples - Supplier Quality Engineering
... source surveillance, or the performance of quality duties such as PVA (Process Validation Assessment) or System Audits with a certain standard of care ... Due diligence in supplier quality (also known as due care) is the effort made by an "SQE" (Supplier Quality Engineer) to validate conformance of product ...

Famous quotes containing the word quality:

    Wit is so shining a quality that everybody admires it; most people aim at it, all people fear it, and few love it unless in themselves. A man must have a good share of wit himself to endure a great share of it in another.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)

    Other men are lenses through which we read our own minds. Each man seeks those of different quality from his own, and such as are good of their kind; that is, he seeks other men, and the otherest.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    It is not stressful circumstances, as such, that do harm to children. Rather, it is the quality of their interpersonal relationships and their transactions with the wider social and material environment that lead to behavioral, emotional, and physical health problems. If stress matters, it is in terms of how it influences the relationships that are important to the child.
    Felton Earls (20th century)