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  • The judge denied the motion after ques - tioning the juror and Fumo ultimately was convicted of the charges against him.

    Sui Generis--a New York law blog

  • Perhaps he'd made a mistake men - tioning the name of the kender who'd jilted her.


  • It is ques-tioning GE's fitness to be a broadcast owner because GE has been implicated in defrauding the government.

    The Fox And The Peacock

  • As for the future, I'm not sure when another Egg-Fu will appear, but rest assured readers, that if one does, albumen-tioning it here, at Again With the Comics!

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • I am not however ques — tioning you, with intent to cast a stone; but to lend you a hand.

    Sir Charles Grandison

  • "He was brought here for ques - tioning, not to be murdered!"

    Flint, the King

  • At the two officers 'ques-tioning glances, he shrugged.

    Demons Of Air And Darkness

  • As a consequence, the Elves were the most tolerant and allowed the Rovers to make their way through the forests of the Westland, func - tioning as traders inland and sailors along the coast.

    Ilse Witch

  • They motioned to her and turned away; and their unthinking, unques tioning servants moved to her, pulling her free of her bindings and hoisting her up.


  • As soon as he finished the sentence, the other brothers, except for Francis and Bou-raiy, began sliding back their chairs, and that unques - tioning obedience confirmed to Francis that Fio Bou-raiy had strengthened his position considerably at St. - Mere-Abelle in the days since Markwart's departure for Palmaris.



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