from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of inquiry.
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- n. A question.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See inquiry.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a search for knowledge
- n. an instance of questioning
- n. a systematic investigation of a matter of public interest
Of particular importance for our enquiry is the account of native history as Landa heard it directly from the lips of his Maya informants.
And therefore the first answer to their enquiry is a very sharp reproof of their hypocrisy, directed, not only to the people of the land, but to the priests, who had set up these fasts, and perhaps some of them were for keeping them up, to serve some purpose of their own.
Observe to whom this enquiry is addressed -- to God himself.
A national enquiry is needed to force the disclosure of these illicit inducements.
A full, transparent 43 force public enquiry is needed to force the disclosure of these illicit payments and inducements.
"That is desirable only if the enquiry from the media potentially relates to inside information," he added.
Very recently I had an enquiry from a large corporate entity asking for p2pnet advertising rates, as well as a lot of complicated data on p2pnet readers, who they are, where they are, click-through rates, and so on.
I said nothing about Israeli Courts But the proposed enquiry is NOT a court.
Litigator London: I said nothing about Israeli Courts But the proposed enquiry is NOT acourt.
But even this line of enquiry is not what it seems.
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