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inquiring,

v to draw information from a client—whether by verbal questioning or physical examination—to assess the person's state of health.
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The program does not contemplate and is not intended to create a formal association between the inquiring attorney and the panel attorney, or any attorney-client relationship between the panel attorney and the ultimate client, and care should be taken not to reveal confidences or key strategic information.
Management is excited about the overwhelming response from the public inquiring about obtaining a Wiremedia Franchise.
The inquiring judge's voluntary participation in a videotape will be used in settlement negotiations of a personal injury lawsuit and will advance the private interests of the inquiring judge's former karate student," the committee said.
While talking to media after inquiring about the health of Hamid Saeed Kazmi, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani said that government is not afraid from terrorists and it will not take sigh of relief until complete elimination of terrorists.
The inquiring judge said a suspended attorney routinely appears before him representing, apparently pro se, a collection company in which the suspended attorney has an ownership interest.
A Place for Mom's trained eldercare professionals provide free personal assistance to inquiring families.
Guests will be able to use conversational speech in the language of their choice to quickly perform tasks such as managing temporarily assigned message mailboxes or instantly inquiring about meetings or other organized events, anytime day or night, during their stay.