- n. Plural form of Q.
“One of the delights of Q&Qs is the assumption the audience can think.”
“Q&Qs is what mostly takes me through Saturday morning rowing ... one of the best science radio shows in the world.”
“Short term the Qs seem extended to the downside and 46 is where resistance is likely to be found on any strength.”
“I've got more "Qs" to quotable lines in this book.”
“But I'm not a crazy spender, I watch my Ps and Qs, meaning if I can get something for free, I'll go the extra mile and get it for free.”
“The intersection of marginal social costs and marginal private benefits gives us the social optimum at quantity Qs, which is a lower level of production than the market equilibrium Qp. Let’s consider this concept of the social optimum.”
“A Christchurch businessman is hoping "Qs" will one day be as familiar as Google or Facebook”
“Great Qs and As, thanks! on 19 Jun 2009 at 6: 17 pm Therese Walsh”
“Actually, you can be silly like me and make your own set of Qs and As over at Remixito (it's a French website).”
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