- n. Plural form of Q.
“I'm perfectly willing to engage others in discussions about Q's implications without insisting on physical evidence for Q.”
“I'll even stipulate a documentary existence of Q for the purpose of a discussion just to facilitate an analysis of Q's significance.”
“That's according to lawyers who are representing 1.6 million Janie Q's who are suing the giant retailer for sexual discrimination.”
“- Wal-Mart bosses refer to their women workers as "Janie Q's.”
“While public employees fight for their collective bargaining rights in Wisconsin, the Janie Q's of Wal-Mart illustrate what happens to those workers in the private sector who have no bargaining rights at all.”
“It also seems clear from the original question and Q's later comment that she is recognizing that right, and trying to sort out what her feelings are.”
“I just wanted to echo what a couple of other commenters have written on in response to your concerns, Caton: that pretty much every voice on this thread, including the original post by Prof. Foxy, has emphasized the importance of Q's own feelings and experiences, and her right to be in a relationship that is fulfilling for her.”
“And to jump off what Paul said, the first thing I thought when I read Joey Q's "quiet covers don't sell books" thing was, "What about Runaways?”
“That's the main thing that bugs me about Joey Q's response.”
“I suppose others who have commented in the negative could easily surpass Joe Q's skill level, right?”
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