from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. general quarters
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- n. The ISO 3166-1 two-letter (alpha-2) code for Equatorial Guinea.
- proper n. Gentleman's Quarterly, a magazine.
- adj. Fashionable. (This sense derives from the name of the magazine.)
- adj. Genderqueer. (This sense is an abbreviation of the term genderqueer.)
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Plus, it beats seeing them sucking lollipops in GQ magazine.
Teegarden, who plays the teenage daughter of high school football coach Eric Taylor, told The Huffington Post that "GQ is not the market for a 15-year-old girl who is watching the TV show."
Ah cmon Bernie, did you actually read any part of the article in GQ?
Not surprisingly, the sexy "Glee" photo shoot in GQ has fired up the Parents Television Council, prompting the conservative watchdog group to issue a news release today chastising the magazine as well as Fox for allowing pictures of a scantily clad Lea Michele, Dianna Agron and (not scantily clad) Cory Monteith to reach the public.
But there's something about the pics on display in GQ -- especially the ones of Lea Michele -- that don't seem like the best publicity move for the show, which is hardly starving for publicity in the first place.
GQ is posting 11 of them, and they are seriously creepy.
As a big Thomas Pink fan as well, I have to say that if your friend at the store wants increased business, he should tell the mother ship to actually advertise, beyond the Pink Panther cooperative crossover; other than the coverage in GQ photo spreads, visibility is non-existent and adspend is zero.
Fresh from a Rolling Stone shoot, the buff boys are now going to be in GQ magazine.
The allegations, published in GQ and the Washington Post, were anonymous.
For that matter, even GQ is better than Esquire these days.