Lion: Quit Without Auto Resume / by Goondaba

Mac OS X Lion introduced a feature that allows applications to restore the exact state of the program when quit. So, the next time you open the application, every document, window, and panel will be right where you left it.  But what if you want to quit an application and DON'T want to see all those windows again?  Apparently you can override the auto resume behavior, by using the key cominbation:

Command(Apple) + Option + Q