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- n. an ordering of questions so as to develop a particular argument
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I think this entire line of questioning is totally irrelevant and a waste of the Court’s time.”
He had wanted to wait to introduce this new line of questioning until after he had seen Kenan’s reaction to the purse.
Apparently ready to refute or refuse confidences about his new lady-love, this new line of questioning had taken him aback.
The public hearings portion of the Rogers Commission investigation concluded with Armstrong’s leading another tough line of questioning for a NASA official Lawrence M. Weeks, Jesse Moore’s deputy in NASA’s office for space flight, but not before Chairman Rogers’s confrontational summary: Now, in answer to Mr. Armstrong’s questions, I got the impression you didn’t think there was anything wrong with the NASA communications system at all.