- n. Plural form of answer.
“When I reminded him that I intended bringing him into Egypt and renewing my questions if he refused to answer, he then consulted and did get up his answers one week after, answers which I may refer to in a few minutes and show you how equivocal they are.”
“And anyone who believes to hold all the answers is a fool.”
“Now, your cowardly approach of asking me questions and then telling me not to answer them because you donâ€ ™ t think that youâ€ ™ ll like the answers is asinine.”
“But just as important as her admission that she doesn't have all the answers is her persuasive demonstration that no one does.”
“Although managers often ask similar questions, the way they process or judge the answers is affected by their own outlook, or their own cultural or national perspective.”
“Your title answers a question I've had for a long time.”
“This term answers this question: if the price of gasoline increases, how does the demand for gasoline change?”
“Students often seek answers from the wrong people.”
“I hope that Anderson can get some straight answers from the leaders in Chicago.”
“Cases are generally not cited in answers (see, for instance, this example), though of course they would be cited in the briefs supporting subsequent motions.”
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