FAQs became popular in the earliest days of the internet. Wikipedia cites them as appearing in the early 1980s with the pre-cursors of the Internet. They became widespread with Internet USENET newsgroups. The letters usually stand for "Frequently Asked Questions" or sometimes "Facts, Answers and Questions".
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Patho- is the combining form meaning disease, and -genesis means origin. So pathogenesis is the term meaning origin of disease.
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FAQ = Frequently Asked Questions
A Nintendo FAQ is a Nintendo Frequantly Asked Questions.
FAQ is an abbreviation for Frequently Asked Questions.
The cast of About FAQ - 2005 includes: Carlos Atanes as Himself ("FAQ" writter and director) Xavier Tort as Himself ("FAQ" actor and music composer)
"FAQ" is an acronym that stands for "Frequently Asked Questions."
FAQ stands for Frequently Asked Questions.
Yes they in fact do have a FAQ on this. Go to the Apple website and go to the section with cloud computing and there you will be able to find the FAQ.
no special terminology
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"Nomenclature" is specific terminology.
Terminology has five syllables.
Anatomical terminology is terminology which describes parts of the body. The majority of Anatomical terminology is overwhelmingly derived from Latin, followed by Greek.
Euclid's 'Elements' is an influential book on geometry written in ancient Greece, which is used even today. Much scientific terminology in English is of Greek origin.
FAQ for patients are the frequently asked questions for some type of doctor's office or hospital. The FAQ will list the most common questions patients may ask.
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