American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
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“Naeem Khan, who, FYI, is hands-down the best guest judge of the season so far because when he speaks actual sentences come out of his mouth that make useful constructive criticisms when strung together, says that the number one thing you learn in fashion is to let the fabric talk to you, and that Valerie "forced the fabric.”
“Here FYI is a complete list of Beatles tour dates.”
“I wanted to make a small batch, so I chose the recipe for Mocha Cupcakes from Cupcakes by Shelly Kaldunski (which, FYI, is a beautiful book) because it said it only made 12.”
“Our policy, FYI, is that if you’re telling a grownup because there’s actual danger, then that’s good.”
“FYI, that is not Rick pictured above - he's much more handsome than that!”
“See, Die Hard 2 is supposed to take place at Dulles International Airport IAD, FYI, which is located about 30 minutes from where I grew up.”
“Just an FYI, that is exactly where the word evolution comes from.”
“The general educated reader in Pakistan has every reason to cheer up as a new magazine, entitled FYI, has emerged on the horizon of quality publications in the country.”
“FYI, that is not entirely true ... there are alternative shells for Windows ...”
“FYI, that is "NO" different technology of layup of prepreg carbon plies onto a tool by a robotic arm, composite manufacturing companies around the world have been doing that type of laying of prepreg plies for years.”
Looking for tweets for FYI.