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question

 [kwes´chun]
an utterance about something unknown, seeking knowledge or other response.
research question an interrogative phrase focused on what is to be described by a given research project and what relationships may be established.
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Finally, when asked what question they would most like to ask the photographed girls, 19 were curious as to how W "came to be in a wheelchair.
Question 4: How to critically analyze the technology-business-society relationships in the design process?
As primary author of the Augsburg Confession (and of its Apology, or Defense) and, more generally, "praeceptor Germaniae" (teacher of Germany), Melanchthon understood the value of framing questions with care and testing all teachings against the fundamental question of how sinful humans can be made right with God (AC and Ap IV).
We are faced therefore with two questions that complement, not exclude each other.
lt;/pre> <p>After the case was written, the counselor then anticipated students' questions and hypotheses.
Regarding our central question of potential harm to children, the published literature contained some information about the product, including an in vitro toxicity model, but traditional published resources and a network of environmental health experts could not establish the product's safety in use with children.
As a profession, if we look to codes of ethics to provide an absolute minimum standard by which we operate, and actively seek ways in which to work around ethical issues, then we could make the case that staying on message regardless of the question asked is ethical.
Question 4: Is there anything morally wrong with killing an insect with a flyswatter?
Your question created quite a stir in our planning meeting," she said.
Following a few more questions that were rhetorical confirmations of admissions made in the prior unwarned confession, the police officer asked, "[Pa]trice, didn't you tell me that [Donald Rector] was supposed to die in his sleep?
The explanation will be the essence of simplicity; he has some questions about the company's accounting procedures.