Q is for quo, status: “The status quo has got to go” (a sign at a Tea Party rally).
quo modo nisi per dolores sanabitur, qui per delectationes infirmatur?
"That was in the Provost's," quo' he, and he hummed a song I caught the meaning of but slightly.
The souter gae the sow a kiss; "grumph," quo' she, "it's for a birse."
"It's aye gude to be ceevil," quo' the auld wife when she beckit to the deevil.
quo cum peruenirent sui commilitones, congregati circa ipsum dominum suum, excercitum magnum et fortem conflauerunt.
"It's gude to be merry and wise," quo' the miller when he mouter'd twice.
Ovum deforme, in quo partes embryonis et secundarum distingui vix possunt, molam vocabimus.
"Mair haste the waur speed," quo' the tailor to the lang thread.
He dismisses his marriage as follows: "Duxi uxorem inexpectato, a quo tempore multa adversa concomitata sunt."