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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of answer.

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Examples

  • Many a child who could not read has asked of God and his prayer has been answered; and when the whole world witnesses a little child, who in its innocence has been told that God lives, that God loves him, that God can do everything and will surely hear his prayer, and then in its care and grief, kneels before the God it trusts, offers its little prayer, _and the prayer is answered_, let none of maturer minds ever presume to doubt.

    The Wonders of Prayer A Record of Well Authenticated and Wonderful Answers to Prayer

  • "The question about McGwire, which can never be answered, is did he hit those 70 home runs directly because of the stuff he took or did he hit them because the stuff he took allowed him to play in enough games to hit them in."

    A decade in the rough

  • The chamberlain answered, Ah, Monsieur, perhaps this is true where you come from.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • The chamberlain answered, Ah, Monsieur, perhaps this is true where you come from.

    A Groaner

  • The biggest question that needs to be answered is this, “Are county Republican Executive Committee out of touch with the overall Republican electorate or are they the ones that pay more attention to the details of the early race and the electorate will folllow next year?”

    Marco Rubio scores 1.5 endorsements. - Moe_Lane’s blog - RedState

  • The question about McGwire, which can never be answered, is did he hit those 70 home runs directly because of the stuff he took or did he hit them because the stuff he took allowed him to play in enough games to hit them in.

    A decade in the rough

  • I knew the answer as soon as Palin answered: “Um.. all of them”

    Think Progress » Sarah Palin admits to questioning whether Saddam was behind 9/11.

  • The question about McGwire, which can never be answered, is did he hit those 70 home runs directly because of the stuff he took or did he hit them because the stuff he took allowed him to play in enough games to hit them in.

    Lance Mannion:

  • Bubbles are pretty much inevitable in a market economy – the question to be answered is how we can limit their impact so that they do bring down the entire economy.

    Matthew Yglesias » A Broad-Based Real Estate Bubble

  • The question I want answered is when does this situation become Obama's?

    Summers on jobs: 'We've got a long way to go'

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