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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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QUESTIONER: Yeah, that's great, but, so, from-with the 10% imposed, as of September 1st, that would-you would estimate it at 0.3 -
Mohammad Faisal told a questioner that Pakistan believes that Hong Kong's affairs are China's internal matter.
"Why was it decided that the panel should be made up of county councillors, because these are overwhelmingly retired, white straight older males?" said the questioner.
For instance, Questioners ask lots of questions, and sometimes teachers, bosses, colleagues, and parents think that Questioners are being disrespectful and obstructionist, or aren't "team players." Once you realize that Questioners always ask lots of questions, and that this behavior isn't meant to be undermining, it's easier to be patient and to give a Questioner the needed answers.
QUESTIONER: Is there going to be a bailout for Mozambique?
Fellow student Aditi Rangan was the chairperson and Olivia Brightling was questioner on the topic "social media is making us anything but sociable".
Libyan General Attorney office is investigating an incident, captured on video and circulated on Facebook, in which the president of the General National Congress (GNC), Nouri Abu Sahmain was grilled by a questioner about why two women visited his residence at night.
Tool for measuring this research is questioner necessary information for this measuring research hypothesis will gather by awritten questioner.
QUESTIONER: I just wanted to get your views on what you see as the key short-term risks at the moment.
Having triumphed as Merseyside winners of the national school debating contest, the Archbishop Beck team joined seven other teams in the final with Lewis taking on the role of questioner, ably supported by fellow students Ellis Howard and Michael McAnaulty, both 16, who took on the roles of chairman and speaker respectively.
Teams of three from each school - a chairman, speaker and questioner - made presentations and then answered questions from the floor.