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What is the abbreviation for Latin: Cadit quaestio. Journalism: "cq" is a copyeditor's mark to indicate that something that might otherwise be thought to be an error -- such as an unusual spelling -- has been double-checked and is indeed correct. Law: Indicates a claim or dispute that has been settled or dropped

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"Latin: Cadit quaestio. Journalism: "cq" is a copyeditor's mark to indicate that something that might otherwise be thought to be an error -- such as an unusual spelling -- has been double-checked and is indeed correct. Law: Indicates a claim or dispute that has been settled or dropped." Abbreviations.com. STANDS4 LLC, 2019. Web. 15 Dec. 2019. <https://www.abbreviations.comserp.php?st=Latin%3A+Cadit+quaestio.+Journalism%3A+%26quot%3Bcq%26quot%3B+is+a+copyeditor%27s+mark+to+indicate+that+something+that+might+otherwise+be+thought+to+be+an+error+--+such+as+an+unusual+spelling+--+has+been+double-checked+and+is+indeed+correct.+Law%3A+Indicates+a+claim+or+dispute+that+has+been+settled+or+dropped>.