Acronyms
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  Re: Re: Acronyms by Bibliophile 13 (I just sat down to m...)
QFT - Quote for truth
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#22
  Re: Re: Acronyms by Rick_B (QFT - Quote for trut...)
Rick_B said:

QFT - Quote for truth


QFT!








actually "quoted for truth"
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#23
  Re: Re: Acronyms by Bibliophile 13 (I just sat down to m...)
qft... think there are a couple of uses...


some use it to reinforce their agreement with the poster..

some use it to quote the original poster (OP), before they can go in there and edit the remarks they made..

thats my take on it..
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#24
  Re: Re: Acronyms by Rick_B (QFT - Quote for trut...)
Ah, that makes sense! Thanks. I wouldn't have guessed.
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#25
  Re: Re: Acronyms by Joe Myers (K.L. (McReynolds),[b...)
Joe Myers said:


I can't find any reference to IGIT but am going to guess "I Guess It's True" and will go with that for now.





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#26
  Re: Re: Acronyms by Patsfan ([blockquote]Joe Myer...)
Jump!

There is a wealth of knowledge, talent and experience here...and then there are the other members.

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#27
  Re: Re: Acronyms by Joe Myers (For those that have ...)
Joe Myers said:


For those that have missed it, there is a new list, "List Of Acronyms, Updated 4/17/2007" which can be found at: [url=http://www.forums.woodnet.net/ubbthreads/showfl
at.php?
Cat=&Number=3014148&page=0&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=]http://www.forums.woodnet.net/ubbthreads...amp;sb=5&o=[/url]

Regards, Joe






This link is DOA.

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#28
  Re: Re: Acronyms by Kemosobe ([blockquote]Joe Myer...)
Kemosobe said:


[blockquote]Joe Myers said:


For those that have missed it, there is a new list, "List Of Acronyms, Updated 4/17/2007" which can be found at: .......................

Regards, Joe




This link is DOA.




[/blockquote]

Kemosobe,

Don't know what happen to thread, it was there (I think), a couple of weeks ago. Reloaded it and should be at:

http://www.forums.woodnet.net/ubbthreads...amp;sb=5&o=

Regards, Joe
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#29
  Re: Acronyms by K. L McReynolds (AAW American Associa...)
what does "wtb" mean?

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#30
  Re: Re: Acronyms by LHHS (what does "wtb" mean...)
Nms,

WTB usually means "Wanted To Buy" and is found in the classified section. And I'm surprised that it isn't already in the "acronyms list" --- I'll add it on my next update if there is one.

Thanks for bring it to my attentions.

Regards, Joe
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