quoist

quoist

(kwɔɪst)
n
(Animals) a variant form of queest
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But such politics is often cynical and status quoist, and occasionally outright majoritarian (as with some of the political rhetoric of the Hindu nationalist BJP).
Asked whether pressure could be increased on Pakistan to force it to stop allegedly sending terrorists to the state, he said, 'Yes, you cannot be status quoist. You have to continuously think and keep moving forward.
Admitting the failure of Indian policies in the region, Rawat said, 'The armed forces operating in the state cannot be status quoist, and must evolve new strategies and tactics to deal with the situation.' 'You have to keep changing your doctrines and concept and the manner in which you operate in such areas.
Gen Rawat said the armed forces operating in the region could not be 'status quoist' and must evolve new strategies and tactics to deal with the situation, which he felt was 'marginally' better since he took over a year ago.
Summary: Gen Rawat says armed forces operating in Kashmir cannot be 'status quoist' and must evolve new strategies and tactics to deal with the situation
Michael Quoist states in his book "Christ is Alive!" that: "The mystery of Jesus Christ is unique.
An important element of the cost structure for manufacturing is interest rates and given the current inf lation situation, RBI should ease the monetary policy stance -- Sidharth Birla, President, Ficci RBI should review its status quoist approach and move towards paring interest rates in its forthcoming monetary policy to give a fillip to recovery -- Chandrajit Banerjee, Director general, CII
He also hinted that he has no immediate marriage plans, saying, "If I get married and have children, I will be status quoist and will like my children to take my place." Rahul Gandhi said the high command culture started in the 70s when "my grandmother was under severe assault...I knew her and if I would have been in her place, I would have also done likewise".
With the party's top leadership in tow, Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal held a 90-minute interaction with journalists where he read out a two-page statement, titled "Appeal to the General Public by the United Nepal Communist Party (Maoist)." The statement offered the genesis of the party's differences with "reactionary and status quoist forces" who are "conspiring against peace and constitution."
Many years ago, I had a book on my shelf--Prayers by Michael Quoist. It has since that time been recycled through the Tattered Pages Used Bookstore or the local library.