Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of enquiry.

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Examples

  • This way, you can gain enquiries and orders from overseas customers with only a small investment - with even just one or two pages translated into foreign languages you can use your website to “test the water” in a number of countries at once, and see which ones gain you the most web traffic.

    Web Translations » Blog Archive » Maximise exporting opportunities with a multilingual website

  • We see an increase in enquiries whenever we put a new collection or exhibition microsite online, but it actually helps because the number of enquiries answered can be a meaningful metric for UK museums.

    Museums and Clayton's audience participation

  • A spokesman said interest had been expressed by foreign governments in some of the properties, including enquiries from the Japanese and Taiwanese.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The doctor was profuse in enquiries after her health, and Earl informed her of the success of the day.

    Queechy

  • Respond to on - and off-label enquiries and questions received from pharmacists, physicians, patients etc and Genzyme staff (including at affiliates), by means of email, telephone, fax and the internet

    Naturejobs - All Jobs

  • Respond to on - and off-label enquiries and questions received from pharmacists, physicians, patients etc and Genzyme staff (including at affiliates), by means of email, telephone, fax and the internet

    Naturejobs - All Jobs

  • But to be accused of lying, to have my words twisted, and then to be insulted and smeared and told that I, not they, dishonour the dead by not refusing to pander to their delusions and supporting their 'enquiries' - laughably, they claim that they are 'independent' - and 'concerned only with the truth' - sickens me, and I denounce it.

    Archive 2006-01-01

  • But to be accused of lying, to have my words twisted, and then to be insulted and smeared and told that I, not they, dishonour the dead by not refusing to pander to their delusions and supporting their 'enquiries' - laughably, they claim that they are 'independent' - and 'concerned only with the truth' - sickens me, and I denounce it.

    Conspiracy theorists.

  • "The Lady Rachel is well enough, but your enquiries are a little late."

    Dearly Beloved

  • ID, South Coast, UK, 30/11/2011 12:59 Can there also be a modern version of 'reading the riot act' so that there is no whinging about police brutality, no expensive legal aid fests aka enquiries to stuff the 'human rights' lawyers pockets as well as ensuring no tedious Tricycle Theatre productions?

    Evening Standard - Home

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