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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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Question Mark Perception is a widely used Web-based testing and assessment tool with full multimedia capabilities, for use on the World Wide Web.
tor, spelt with a question mark instead of a 'p' because he said the question was always too important to be left to the end.
The question mark is the work of Berlin-based artist Hans Peter Kuhn, who came up with the image after a visit to Liverpool last November.
Question Mark software makes it easy for educators and trainers to write, administer and report on assessments, tests, quizzes, exams and surveys using PCs, local area networks, the Internet and intranets.
The 126 works on show--paintings, lithographs, silk screens, collages, photographs--were eclectic and uneven, but the often jarring contrasts of these different artistic spaces multiply the question marks within that other space which is the Western viewer's mindset, With the exception of Hong Hao, seen in the 1998 traveling exhibition "Inside Out: New Chinese Art," the rising stars of China's international avant-garde were conspicuously absent.
His future remains a question mark, and he wouldn't have it any other way.
Recovery rates for the second-lien lenders relative to both the first-lien lenders and the unsecured creditors remain a significant question mark.
The poster will feature the Gunners' 125-year anniversary crest - with the motto 'forward' followed by a question mark to query whether the club is moving in the right d i re c -tion.
Arthur also said that there was a question mark over the bowling of spinner Nathan Hauritz, and predicted Ben Hilfenhaus, Mitchell Johnson and Peter Siddle to be the Australian seamers, with Shane Watson as support, for the first Test.
AN ILLUMINATED 18m- high question mark is to be built on the historic Cammell Laird construction hall as a major showpiece for the Liverpool Biennial festival, the Daily Post can reveal.
But the big question mark hanging over them is their forwards.
With that kind of money on the line and the massive losses the city is suffering from its white elephant Convention Center, it's no wonder the hotel is a big question mark that needs a lot of public scrutiny and debate before it gets the green light.

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