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cross-questioning

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  • A case in point was Tuesday's cross-questioning of three of the five members of the U.K.'s Independent Commission on Banking.

    Tyrie's Team Turns Light On U.K. Banking Debacle

  • Eventually, after much cross-questioning, with Mohamad translating her cryptic pronouncements, we determined that she wanted to make tabeekh.

    Day of Honey

  • But he had to stop himself cross-questioning the policewoman, and he had to order himself not to ask Don to pull in at every roadside phone box so he could call DCI Westland to ask if he had made an arrest yet.

    A Small Death in the Great Glen

  • After three hours of questioning and cross-questioning, the Prime Minister agreed.

    Final Resting Place of The Pen

  • By her command, any suggestion that an error had crept into NEWSWEEK'S columns -- it did occasionally happen -- set in motion an elaborate cross-questioning of researchers, writers and correspondents.

    Hail And Farewell

  • Completing three days of cross-questioning of Varmuyan Sherif, a former member of his travelling security squad, lawyer Courtenay

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In an odd way, Neils constant cross-questioning helped drag me out of my initial sense of shock and helplessness.

    A Question of Honour

  • She should have been angry at the personal cross-questioning, but it had taken her so off-guard, she hadnt been able to think straight.

    Deadly Intent

  • They would take him into custody, release him, bring him back, go for cross-questioning, and interrogation, bring him back, and all that.

    'I Saw a Nightmare …' Doing Violence to Memory: The Soweto Uprising, June 16, 1976

  • Crown advocate would never have acted as these Frenchmen have done; the latter inflaming the public mind by exaggerated appeals to their passions: the former seeking, in every way, to draw confessions from the prisoner, to perplex and confound him, to do away, by fierce cross-questioning and bitter remarks from the bench, with any effect that his testimony might have on the jury.

    The Paris Sketch Book

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