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academic question

An issue that does not require an answer or adjudication because it is irrelevant to the central issue being considered.

academic question

Moot question Vox populi An issue that does not require an answer or adjudication because it is irrelevant to the central issue being considered
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This, we may say, is the one moot question that this new-found document clears up.
The moot question is how the steward managed to take such huge quantity of drugs inside the plane in the presence of ANF and other security staff deployed at the Islamabad airport.
The moot question or point which throngs our mind is that merely observing the birth anniversary of this great writer cum novelist will not be the sole criteria rather one should propagate the golden legacies and ideas for the benefit of future products of both the two Saarc countries.
This is the moot question being asked just ahead of the counting of votes in Tripura.
But, if this marriage of convenience will have any green shoot effect on India's economic and social fabric is a moot question.
The size of the media has grown but whether this has contributed to constructive awareness of the people is a moot question.
However, the moot question is whether a person earning Dh10,000 a month is eligible for a mortgage.
But whether it will continue to be served by the A380 a decade from now is a moot question.
But the moot question is 'Are tobacco control activities resulting in a proportionate decline in smoking/tobacco use rates?
If humans are replaced by men, whether that differentiator will remain is a moot question.
But the moot question is how will the corrupt official and contractors make money and who will bell the cat?
I wrote an opinion column occasionally, but that's a moot question now.