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an utterance about something unknown, seeking knowledge or other response.
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The litigation involving JAG Media is a unique and important litigation that brings into question the fundamental workings of the trade settlement system of the largest and most important financial market in the world", said John O'Quinn, noted trial attorney and founding partner of O'Quinn, Laminack & Pirtle.
This issue also brings into question overall control efficacy, particularly as SunTrust begins the integration of its recently completed acquisition of National Commerce Financial Corp.
NameProtect's latest report also details how the current volume and projected growth in trademark filings brings into question the United States Patent and Trademark Office decision to lay off 135 of its 383 examining attorneys by Sept.
Presumably this would be extended if individual courses decided to oppose the BHB's vision of the future funding of racing, which also brings into question the `ownership' of the media rights themselves.
It brings into question the validity of the `there's only one' chant.
USW District 9 Director Connie Entrekin said, "This government complaint against the NFS contractor brings into question whether the company is more interested in running the plant safely or fighting with its union workforce.