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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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In their minds, it also brings into question the new policy at Telefilm Canada, which is emphasizing commercially popular films in an attempt to improve overall domestic box-office figures.
It brings into question Arsenal's title credentials.
At its outset this book brings into question the line of criticism, stemming from David Bevington's magisterial From Mankind to Marlowe (1962), which tended to privilege the morality play tradition and other "popular" drama as the primary background for the vitality and power of Elizabethan theater.
These results and the fact that IBM has only shown 16-way results on the Regatta p690 system brings into question whether or not the IBM p690 architecture and AIX operating system have the capacity to scale to more than 16 CPUs.
The controversy brings into question how well Mexico's planting ban is followed or if it is even enforceable.
Furthermore, in a bizarre twist, ontological blackness's strong ties to suffering and survival result in blackness being dependent on these issues, and as a result social transformation brings into question what it means to be Black.
He argues that the gay-marriage issue is subversive because it brings into question the essential inequality of the heterosexual marriage model, which is based on property rights and male domination.