Definition of FWIW
for what it's worth FWIW, there was a version of this article in yesterday's International Herald Tribune. — Eric Umansky, Slate, 29 Apr. 2005 —used especially in e-mail, text messages, chatrooms, and other forms of electronic communication [Shahid] Khan's son, Tony, saw a Tweet about it and replied: “FWIW my father has been a U.S. citizen for 20 years & the rest of the Khans are American-born/bred.” — Tania Ganguli, Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), 4 Dec. 2011
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