'I have no doubt, Twenty Eight,' returned the questioner, 'that the gentleman you refer to feels very strongly - as we all must - what you have so properly said.
'You are quite happy yourself?' said the questioner, nodding encouragement.
In the absence of the minister during question hour on higher education, Sibtain Raza could hardly satisfy any of the questioners
despite being spoon-fed through chits by those sitting in the officials' gallery.
Therefore, in case no amicable settlement is reached with landlord, the questioners
have the right to file a rental case to request the rental court to force the landlord to renew the tenancy contract without any increase in rent or any change in the tenancy contract conditions.
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.
The correct answer seems a little long, however, so I usually just say: "Yes!" There must be something unfortunate about my personality, or perhaps the problem is with the kind of person who asks that question, but my questioners
never seem to believe me.
As we mentioned before, the first part of sanded questioner
included local questions about individual characteristic of a replier in this project 163 people as repliers completed denuded questioners
and delivered individual characteristics of the repliers including gender, education status, job precedence is extracted from supplementary questioners
and is presented in the chart3.
When the questioner
was eventually satisfied I was sent to a series of face-to-face questioners
before being allowed to see a doctor.
As you can guess, questioners
were actually giving the horse correct answers by communicating their expectations through visual signals, however small and unintentional.
Anumber of other MSPs have earned reputations as serial questioners
CUNNING liars try to appear honest by looking questioners
in the eye.
In their book Banana Republicans, authors Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber call modern media a "fourth branch of government." That's a pretty astute observation, I think, what with "embedded" reporters Iraq shielding us from the real deal, planted questioners
at Bush press conferences and an overall pattern of "keeping up with the Foxes" among networks.