CoQ


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CoQ

abbr.
coenzyme Q
References in classic literature ?
At the same time through the streets of Grenelle, Saint Honore, and Du Coq, a double stream of people broke the feeble hedge of Swiss guards and came like a whirlwind even to the very legs of Porthos's horse and that of D'Artagnan.
D'Artagnan charged, with a party of musketeers, up the Rue du Coq, and the portion of the mob he assailed disappeared like smoke, dispersing near the Place Saint Germain-l'Auxerrois and taking the direction of the quays.
Originally, we started our COQ programme by tracing errors and studying them.
The original Le Coq Rico, established by Westermann and located on Rue Lepic in Montmartre, became famous for its gourmet poultry dishes, especially roasted chicken.
He is acting as a consultant on Coq & Bull's signature menu and presentation with head chef Ian Little.
Staff at Trailfinders travel agent on the same street as Coq D'Argent also described the scene.
Word is that the Le Coq sportif designers have gone back to basics, and that this season's old-school design was a one-off.
Poom feels the tiny Le Coq Arena will provide a unique atmosphere on Wednesday night.
119 - Aaron Garcia, Sut, p Luis Esparza, Coq, 4:50.
Le Coq Currier shopped the Internet for salvaged wood materials to bring a warm, authentic ambience to the living spaces.
Gerard Le Coq is Toyota's "lollipop man" - the man who holds the sign that tells the driver when to stop and when to shoot off again.
The three-mile contest has attracted 70 initial entries, including last year's winner Coq Hardi Diamond and runner-up Satcoslam.