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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of interrogate.

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Examples

  • - At one point Connery gets a bad guy cornered and "interrogates" him with his custom shotgun.

    The Movie Goofs List Version 2.0 by Murray Chapman

  • MLB and the networks push the Yankees so much that if they do not make it then most casual fans will not think the playoff are worth watching. only way i'm watching that shit is if jack bauer "interrogates" christine mcphee live on stage.

    The Big Lead

  • American Idolonly way i'm watching that shit is if jack bauer "interrogates" christine mcphee ...

    The Big Lead

  • Inherently, DPI inspects or interrogates the packets to determine the treatment if used properly or as defined by every carrier using it.

    DPI Doesn’t Kill The Open Internet, Carriers Do

  • For Claudio Strinati, curator of last year's exhibition in Rome one of more than a dozen marking the 400th anniversary of the painter's death, Caravaggio's art was revolutionary not simply for the bold stylistic and thematic innovations but because for the first time in Western culture the autobiographical impulse is explicit and ever present: "The master speaks of himself from beginning to end and interrogates the spectator."

    The Misery Memoirist

  • Her image interrogates her face, her dark alert features and a slight frame more suited for work indoors.

    Devoured

  • She also interrogates the overall effectiveness of the bill:

    Global Voices in English » Pakistan: A Step In The Right Direction

  • Also: Dorothy Brizill interrogates Patrick Mara on why he's running when winning would mean another $250,000 special election.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Jan. 27, 2011

  • Thus, the play interrogates beliefs and premises about coming out.

    Tomas Mournian: Is That All There Is?

  • They do not recognize Joseph, and he interrogates them and treats them very harshly.

    Rabbi Shmuley Boteach: Deception And Desire: An Overview Of Genesis

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