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use "q" in a sentence

The two solution circles will pass through both P and q, and their radical axis is the line connecting those two points.

The US Navy bought the Firebee as the KDA-1, with much the same appearance as the q-2A, differing mainly in that the powerplant was a Fairchild j44-R-20B turbojet, with 1,000
Mox during her captivity by Blue Duck.

In Revenge of the Fallen, even as a sliver of its former self, the All Spark's power is potent, as it brought kitchen appliances from Sam's kitchen to life, one of which was a pyromaniac toaster bot, named Ejector in the toy line, among others.

Butt-head praised the video, but Beavis, being a pyromaniac (and Mike Judge having been instructed by the MTV higher-ups to not say the word "fire"), chose to stare at the video and say nothing.

The puppies are held in an abandoned school "by purple pyromaniac gorillas." "I would just point out that the notion of getting Iran to help fight ISIS is like hiring the local town psychopathic pyromaniac to join the volunteer fire department," Kirk quipped.

The XM42 from Ion Productions is every pyromaniac's dream come true: a personal, portable flamethrower that's (amazingly still) legal everywhere except California.

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