- n. Plural form of FAQ.
“Trade with Cuba stats, reports, and FAQs from the Foreign Agricultural Service.”
“It's -- you know, once you start getting into trouble with a network, that's when you want to visit the manufacturer's home page, and there they'll have something called FAQs, and you've got to love those.”
“Reading the FAQs is the fastest way to get your question answered.”
“My FAQs are a way for me to share what I have learned.”
“In fact, the Administration has issued several bits of administrative guidance in the form of "FAQs" frequently asked questions.”
“Don't let the "FAQs", which stands for Frequently Asked Questions, mislead you -”
“There, under "FAQs," the site explains that Elvis 'middle name only has one a in his birth certificate - as Aron.”
“A plus: DeLong's overview is presented in the form of "FAQs," by which he really means questions that the ignorant layperson would have asked if the ignorant layperson knew enough to know what the questions ought to be.”
“OCABR also issued a new list of frequently asked questions ( "FAQs") about the Rules and announced that an additional public hearing on the Rules will be held on September 22, 2009 ....”
“FAQs: The Department of Justice's guide is organized so that each chapter begins with "FAQs" or frequently asked questions.”
‘FAQs’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for FAQs.