"IIRC" - what does it stand for?


#1

I think it has something to do with lay orders?


#2

It's internet slang. "If I recall correctly."

So you can say something like

It's internet slang, IIRC.


#3

Oh, ok :)))) so it has nothing to do with the order itself, just a coincidence ;) thanks


#4

Well, iirc, it can mean:

Illinois Interactive Report Card

Image and Identity Research Collective

International Internet Recruiting Consultants

International Inter-Society Research Committee (on Nuclear Codes and Standards)

International Interdisciplinary Research Colloquium

Inactive Item Review Code (US DoD)

International Integrated Reporting Council

IVF & Infertilty Research Centre (Calcutta, India)

:D

(Can't help it - I love Google!)

BTW - LOL is also a church, something you can get insurance for and a chess team among other things!


#5

[quote="Julia_Mae, post:4, topic:306337"]
Well, iirc, it can mean:

Illinois Interactive Report Card

Image and Identity Research Collective

International Internet Recruiting Consultants

International Inter-Society Research Committee (on Nuclear Codes and Standards)

International Interdisciplinary Research Colloquium

Inactive Item Review Code (US DoD)

International Integrated Reporting Council

IVF & Infertilty Research Centre (Calcutta, India)

:D

(Can't help it - I love Google!)

BTW - LOL is also a church, something you can get insurance for and a chess team among other things!

[/quote]

Wow, FWIW.


#6

Thanks, everyone. I’ve been wondering about this one myself.:smiley:


#7

If it really counts, if I recall correctly. Just to really confuse you.


#8

the reason why I asked, is that it was used in this forum in connection with Third Orders. e.g.

forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=691367 (the eighth post in this thread)

and

forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=569581 (the seventh post in this thread)


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