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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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He told the questioner a bizarre story of twenty men coming from Algeria to assassinate him and another member of the GNC.
4%) Hypothesis analysis because the respective data in this project is gathered by a questioner, for tasting each of hypothesis, a kind of test is used which will be discussed briefly.
Editorial assistant Stephanie Butnick (blogging at Jewcy) was asked about family in Israel after her questioner noticed, in her passport, that she has been before.
He ended his response to his questioner by expressing fear of some "kind of attack that would lead us to favor a dictatorship for security.
a questioner asked Bush about the best way to bring democracy and the separation of religion and government to the Islamic world.
Before moving to ABC in the late 1950s, Shadel was a periodic questioner on "Face the Nation," at a time when the weekly news program had a moderator and three questioners.
Rick Franceschini, a CalCPA Estate Planning Committee charter member, directed the questioner to Regulation 1.
The conversation became increasingly relaxed, yet one still had to wonder why the speakers continued to face the wall and never looked directly at their questioner.
Instead, Jesus invites the questioner to consider his own actions with regard to other people.
Kerry is a relentless questioner, often playing devil's advocate with his staff--a quality especially esteemed by presidential historians, and the very opposite of George W.
Often the questioner will consider young people having such access as a privilege that should be either awarded or withdrawn according to the perceived appropriateness of their recent behaviors.
During Q&A, the first questioner gushed that Housesitter was her all-time favorite movie, and, from the other culture, the final questioner wondered whether Martin felt entitled to trust his own critical judgment, because, after all, "you're not Hilton Kramer.