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  • initialism informal If I remember correctly, if I recall correctly

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  • “Unlawful enemy combatant,” again IIRC, is a concoction of the Bush administration.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » No Habeas Jurisdiction Over Bagram Air Force Base

  • Forrest in a recent new paper titled “Understanding the Intelligent Design Creationist Movement: Its True Nature and Goal” which was quoted and linked to originally by Calvert but is now only mentioned as a title IIRC, describes the creationist history of the Intelligent Design movement.

    First Calvert now Luskin? - The Panda's Thumb

  • angriest uses the term IIRC "fanticipointment" to describe this: fans anticipate something for months, and are always disappointed.

    News from the House of Sticks -

  • There were quite a number of small time publishers that signed in IIRC at the ENWorld thread.

    Chasing the Dragon – Who’s Down With the New GSL? « Geek Related

  • IIRC from the book, they had to be sterilized coming in so as not to bring in any terrestrial diseases or organisms that might contaminate their experiments.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Recession as a Disease Vector

  • Its leader, George Habash, was IIRC from a Christian family.

    Fighting Swiss Imperialism?

  • Now, FIELD OF BLOOD, IIRC, is written in what I would call third person limited, which is probably synonymous with Gayle Lynds '(by way of J.T.) "close third person."

    What's your point?

  • Although Mina does not, beyond the prologue, actively shift POV away from Paddy (again IIRC), she is, to my mind, clearly using the technique of central intelligence, allowing this moment of omniscience, which, although not essential to the larger story, is in many ways the heart of the novel.

    What's your point?

  • Now, FIELD OF BLOOD, IIRC, is written in what I would call third person limited, which is probably synonymous with Gayle Lynds '(by way of J.T.) "close third person."

    What's your point?

  • Although Mina does not, beyond the prologue, actively shift POV away from Paddy (again IIRC), she is, to my mind, clearly using the technique of central intelligence, allowing this moment of omniscience, which, although not essential to the larger story, is in many ways the heart of the novel.

    What's your point?

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