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q.m.

abbr. Latin
quaque mane (every morning)
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q.m.

(in prescriptions) abbreviation for
(Pharmacology) quaque mane
[Latin: every morning]
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The 23-year-old Pakistani worker, Q.M., lured his countryman carpenter, M.R., into the room claiming that he wanted to give him his credit card which he had lost before he stabbed him three times in September last year.
The Dubai Court of First Instance convicted Q.M. of attempting to kill his workmate by stabbing him in his stomach, back and chest.
Thos [Thomas] Johns Brigade Q.M. will turn over to Lieut.
The Emirati housewife, Q.M., began assaulting her Indian maid with an iron rod since she joined work and constantly beat her during Ramadan until the day she fell unconscious on the balcony in July.
The Dubai Court of First Instance convicted Q.M. on Tuesday of assaulting the maid and causing her 60 per cent permanent disability in her limbs in addition to other physical injuries.
The 34-year-old Emirati housewife, Q.M., was said to have started assaulting her Indian maid with an iron rod since she joined work and constantly beat her during Ramadan until the day she fell unconscious on the balcony in July.
Records said Q.M. was the one who had reported to the police that her maid had fallen down unconscious in the balcony.
The 31-year-old Pakistani worker, Q.M., was said to have stood behind the Filipina and groped her while her mother was putting the fruits and vegetables in the trolley in October.
Meanwhile the girl alleged in her prosecution statement that once she felt the defendant groping her, she turned around and spotted Q.M. removing his hand quickly.
The Dubai Court of First Instance yesterday sentenced the Cameroonian defendants, 29-year-old M.C., and 37-year-old visitor, Q.M., to one year in jail each.
and 37-year-old visitor, Q.M. of tricking the victim, a businesswoman, into investing Dh800,000 in a bogus multinational company.