- n. the elementary stages of any subject (usually plural)
“You too can make a change in your schools - it can be as easy as abc's and 123's.”
“Did she recite her abc's and get all the way thru it?”
“Her "modern design deck" series of prints covers the abc's of modern furniture design and comes in a limited edition of 250, each print signed, numbered, and dated.”
“So that's my atitude - YA books are the same as abc's, picture books and chapter books - very important for children and teens, quite unimportant for regular sff readers.”
“And abc's jake tapper has a peice that distorts what Obama says.”
“They knew who I was and that I wasn't a danger, and still ran the abc's because that is the protocol.”
“Comic/Book : Baby's First Mythos a wonderfully strange 'abc's for kids' type of book that contains HP Lovecraft characters.”
“Now the 3 and 4 year olds are to be forced to produce, produce, produce: their abc's, arithmetic, worksheet pages for the fridge, and on and on.”
“Sean Dailey thank the gods. abc's interface was so annoying. i've been watching lost for the first time and having to click "play" after every commercial break got old real fast.”
“I went to school only one day and I didn't, learn my abc's”
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