- abbr. alternative spelling of Q and A.
“The report from the Q&A is a bit vague, but they say that Cameron said "to expect the studio to want another one" and that, obviously, "a second film will be easier, as the technology now exists, thanks to the first movie.”
“Up to 66,569 words on Q&A, which is an aggregate gain of 1092 words, but what I actually did was add some stuff to the first prologue, fix some stuff in the second prologue and the first chapter, write the first scene of the epilogue, adjust some stuff in the middle, and rearrange several chapters.”
“Expect a prescripted Q&A, that is the only reason Sarah would allow the questions.”
“In a conference call Q&A after their earnings report, Electronic Arts executives waxed about recent ...”
“In the conference call Q&A, when asked if the agreement will cannibalize any aspect of Yahoo! 's current business, they stated there was room for such a deal and highlighted the positive results of the infamous Google / Yahoo test of April 2008.”
“Overall, the Q&A was a slight disappointment, not because Kevin wasn't hilarious (he always is) but because the audience wasn't asking interesting questions.”
“To recap - these were not her questions and there's no disclosure anywhere that the Q&A was a conference call via the NHL.”
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