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  • n. Plural form of question.
  • n. A game in which players must only say questions, and if they don't they lose. Below is an example of how to play.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of question.


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  • "I want five questions within five minutes!" snapped Stefens, "and they better be rocket-blasting _good questions_!"

    Danger in Deep Space

  • All such questions as, for instance, of the cause of failure of crops, of the adherence of certain tribes to their ancient beliefs, etc. —questions which but for the convenient intervention of the official machine, are not, and cannot be solved for ages—received full, unhesitating solution.

    Chapter VI. Part IV

  • Each of the questions I have put to him are practical questions, —questions based upon the fundamental principles of the Black Republican party; and I want to know whether he is the first, last, and only choice of a party with whom he does not agree in principle.

    First Joint Debate at Ottawa. Mr. Douglas's Reply

  • The animal in questions is a bobcat ... can't you tell?

    How To Find A Lost Gun Dog

  • Capmas may also delete certain questions from a survey or demand that they be re-worded.

    The politics of Egypt's feeble statistics

  • To say that Obama's views and thoughts are the same that these preachers in questions is simple ridiculous.

    Obama takes heat from Catholic League over Pfleger

  • She received a cold response from Councilman Hattery, who asked "Are we going to entertain questions from the floor?", and got a 'no' from his fellow board members.

    Living in Dryden: April 2004 Archives

  • He was sure he could make this genial, courteous, kindly old gentleman see certain questions from a new view-point.

    Purple Springs

  • When President Wilson assumed office March 4, 1913, there was nothing but the Huerta revolution, the full significance of which was not then appreciated, to suggest to his mind the forecast that before the close of his term questions of foreign policy would absorb the attention of the American people and tax to the limit his own powers of mind and body.

    From Isolation to Leadership, Revised A Review of American Foreign Policy

  • Speaking on Sunday to the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States, President Barack Obama has addressed what he called questions raised about his remarks last week concerning the Israel-Palestinian peace process.

    Obama Addresses Questions About Mideast Peace Approach


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