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question

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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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If it doesn't, then the whole consultation process must be brought into question. Some of the protestors and councillors believe Thursday evening's meeting in Meltham was more a workshop than a public meeting and believe their voices were not being heard.
The prognosis was clearly risible and MacAskill's reputation - and this country's - is again brought into question.
The ink had barely dried on FIFA's damning judgement into Chelsea's recruitment of Gael Kakuta than United's pursuit of Paul Pogba was brought into question.
THE future of two British shipyards has been brought into question after a leaked memo reportedly showed plans which could see them close within a decade.
So the whole congestion charge argument has now been brought into question.
The Reds defender's future was brought into question earlier this week following quotes attributed to his former Zenit St Petersburg team-mate Kamil Contofalsky.
A hospital spokeswoman said: "His working practices are exemplary and never been brought into question."
of California-Santa Barbara) discusses how the rapid changes brought into question nearly every thought and action and every social and political structure.