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- v. Present participle of ask.
- n. The act or process of posing a question or making a request.
- n. A request, or petition.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of inquiring or requesting; a petition; solicitation.
- n. The publishing of banns.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The making of a request; a petition: as, it may be had for the asking.
- n. Proclamation or publication in church of banns of marriage. See to ask in church, under ask.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the verbal act of requesting
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And my reason _for_ asking, was simply that, on Monday Mr. Moor here was _asking me_ about what a Lugger's expenses were, and I felt it silly not to be able to tell him the least about it: and I have felt so when some one asked me before: and that is why I asked you.
It affects them in asking is this a job that I want anymore, is this a job we want them to have anymore, and by the way, here's all these new people lined up to come and say we want to work at Yahoo!.
I looked at Rico, my expression asking him how could he do this.
And if not – well, there's no harm in asking, is there, sir?
Call the label asking to verify staff names and positions.
Ely looked at the screen and saw the game title asking to start or continue.
Headteachers and schools were contacted by Cumbrian health and education leaders last week at the start of the new term asking them to encourage staff and children to adopt improved hand hygiene methods to help prevent the spread of bugs.
All the Republicans are asking is to end bank bailouts, of course you have to remember Obozo got a $1 million in campaign contributions from current libertard whipping boy, demon Goldman Sachs.
With Sarah Palin asking, "Do you have your gun and are you ready to use it?"
He was very direct in asking her about maybe returning the money, given her committee appointments and the appearance of conflict with the monies she has received from places like BP for a decade.
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