American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- abbr. headquarters.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. Headquarters, the place from which a commander performs the functions of command.
- n. the military installation from which a commander performs the functions of command
“When in VGA mode, the uC we designed (which we call HQ) intercepts and services all PCI traffic to OGD1.”
“The official word from Mousavi HQ is hold back and wait for word.”
“Sakurako gets reprimanded by the director back in HQ, who in turn has a talk with Saiki later.”
“Anybody know if the Girl Scout HQ is selling cookies this year?”
“Some people in the forums were asking about Girl Scout cookies recently … sadly, even though the Girl Scout National HQ is in Midtown their annual Manhattan sale is going to be on 23rd Street.”
“Police HQ is stunning, although it seems expensive, wasted space and grandiose.”
“In reply to someone's comment about the cultures of the various Centers and HQ: you may be right about the attitudes at many of the centers, but I really, really doubt that the seasoned permanent staff at HQ is going to just roll over.”
“NASA PAO, starting at HQ, is absymally incompetant and Griffin has done nothing to fix this problem.”
“Already, I sense that HQ is what I feared it would be and will hopefully influence the Gadget debate hereafter by confirming all your worst fears.”
“One of the latest big ideas from HQ is to make sure there is only one font used ….”
Looking for tweets for HQ.