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    FAQ abotut FAQs (Meta-FAQ)

    http://isc.faqs.org/faqs/faqs/about-faqs/

    .1) What does FAQ stand for?

       FAQ is an acronym for Frequently Asked Questions.  It is also
       sometimes used as the singular Frequently Asked Question (Although
       when was the last time you heard only one question?).
    
       Some have called it Frequently Answered Questions as well.  This
       isn't necessarily correct, but it isn't necessarily wrong either.  It
       effectively has the same meaning.
    
       A compilation of Frequently Asked Questions (and their answers) is
       referred to as a FAQ list or FAQ article.  Sometimes the term FAQ
       itself is used to refer to the article - as an example, I refer to
       this article as a FAQ about FAQs.
    
       The term FAQ has a meaning of its own that could almost qualify it as
       a word of its own.  Sometimes, FAQs are full of answers.  Other times
       they are policy statements for USENET groups, without the Question
       and Answer format that is popular.
    
       FAQs fall into the realm of articles called "Periodic Postings".  In
       addition to FAQs, other articles or compilations of information are
       posted and/or archived.
    


    1.2) How is FAQ pronounced?

       FAQ is pronounced three ways:
             1. By pronouncing the letters individually:  F - A - Q
             2. As a word:  fack
             3. Obscenely:  <figure it out on your own>
    
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