Did you by any chance mean question?
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“You backed the Bush/Cheney/Rove machine for 8 years without questio.”
“Every one of these assumptions is very much open to questio, and if any one of them is answered in the negative, the whole global-warming enterprise falls apart.”
“Earlier, Dynegy characterized Seneca as an inconsistent investor that actively trades the utility company ' s shares rather than a long-term holder, and urged shareholders to questio n Seneca ' s motivation.”
“Federico had written to Francesco Sforza, duke of Milan, that his eye and his son, Buonconte (d. 1458), had been taken by God as retribution for his own sins: "Io conosco che per li peccati miei el nostro Signore Dio me ha tolto un occhio et questio figliolo che era la vita mia et el contentamente mio et de i suditi miei" (Pernis and Adams, Montefeltro and Malatesta, 76).”
“A questio Blind Blake would have sympathized with.”
“Four years ago, when our team at Johns Hopkins asked this questio ...”
“Josh McDaniels 'roster is a patchwork of questio ...”
“I tell you, this is not something done a bene placito, simply at your pleasure, but rather a questio, an inquiry, for the courts!”
“It was monkish shorthand for questio, which they used to write at the end of a sentence to indicate it was a question.”
“On the trip so far, large crowds have gawked and chanted her name wherever she goes, reporters have asked exhaustive questio ns about her beauty regimen, and the press have compared her ceaselessly to Jackie Kennedy.”
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