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  1. questionsnoun

    A game in which players must only say questions, and if they don't they lose. Below is an example of how to play.

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  1. questions

    A question is an utterance which serves as a request for information. Questions are sometimes distinguished from interrogatives, which are the grammatical forms typically used to express them. Rhetorical questions, for instance, are interrogative in form but may not be considered bona fide questions, as they are not expected to be answered. Questions come in a number of varieties. Polar questions are those such as the English example "Is this a polar question?", which can be answered with "yes" or "no". Alternative questions such as "Is this a polar question, or an alternative question?" present a list of possibilities to choose from. Open questions such as "What kind of question is this?" allow many possible resolutions. Questions are widely studied in linguistics and philosophy of language. In the subfield of pragmatics, questions are regarded as illocutionary acts which raise an issue to be resolved in discourse. In approaches to formal semantics such as alternative semantics or inquisitive semantics, questions are regarded as the denotations of interrogatives, and are typically identified as sets of the propositions which answer them.

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  1. questions

    Questions are inquiries or queries made by individuals seeking information, clarification, or understanding on a particular topic. They are typically composed of words or phrases that prompt a response and are used as a method of communication for gathering knowledge, extracting opinions, solving problems, or engaging in discussions. Questions aim to elicit specific information, opinions, or insights from others, thereby facilitating learning, discovery, communication, or decision-making processes.

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  1. questionsnoun

    Plural noun and verb form of the word question.

    The questions submitted to the panel before the live televised debate were agreed to be presented to the panel only on the night to ensure fairness for all watching the debate and submitting the questions.


    Submitted by MaryC on June 2, 2016  

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    Rank popularity for the word 'Questions' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #733

  2. Written Corpus Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Questions' in Written Corpus Frequency: #569

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Questions in Chaldean Numerology is: 8

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Questions in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4

Examples of Questions in a Sentence

  1. Michael Gianaris:

    An affected community raised its hand and said,' I have some questions about this deal that we knew nothing about,' instead of dealing with those questions in a responsible way, Amazon took its ball and left town.

  2. Jordan Libowitz:

    People like Kayleigh can volunteer for the campaign, but obviously not in their government capacity or using their government authority, if she does have a position with the campaign, even unpaid, that could raise some questions about when and where she's worked on it, and whether she's used government resources to do so.

  3. Craig Hodges:

    You're seeing these algorithms sell anything based in Texas because they think it's all tied up to energy, i get questions from investors outside of the state about whether everyone is having to sell their house in Dallas, when Dallas housing is as strong as it's ever been.

  4. Vladimir Putin:

    Officials familiar with the matter say delays in official readouts of Trump's phone calls are usually due to a lengthy clearance process that includes officials at the National Security Council and in White House. Trump's call occurred on a Sunday in the middle of a quiet holiday week, which could have added to the time it took for the required officials to sign off.Even in previous administrations, the clearance process for writing and releasing a statement from the White House following a presidential phone call has sometimes led foreign governments to release their version first.In the past, officials have described Trump's conversations with foreign leaders sometimes veering off into unguarded or undiplomatic territory. Earlier in President Donald Trump administration, some of those details leaked, making for embarrassing headlines and questions about the privacy of Trump's conversations.That included an instance of President Donald Trump congratulating Putin on an election win despite advice from his aides that he not extend his congratulations because the election wasn't viewed as legitimate.The smaller group of officials with access to the calls is meant to prevent further leaks, according to administration sources. But the effect has also led to information from the calls being obscured even to those inside the administration. White House has made efforts in the past to limit access to calls President Donald Trump has had with Putin.Even before the Ukraine scandal and ensuing impeachment, administration officials took steps to limit access to Trump's phone conversations with Putin, along with certain other foreign leaders like the Saudi crown prince, according to administration officials. Trump's past conversations with Putin have been similarly shrouded in atypical secrecy. After their first face-to-face meeting on the sidelines of a summit in Germany, President Donald Trump asked to keep President Donald Trump translator's notes. They spoke at a dinner of foreign leaders without any American witnesses, relying on Putin's translator. During talks in Helsinki, they spoke without any other officials present.The insistence on keeping his conversations with Putin so closely held caught the interest of investigators, including Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating whether President Donald Trump or President Donald Trump campaign associates worked with Russia to influence the 2016 election.The impeachment inquiry centered on Trump's approach to Ukraine reignited the questions about his relationship to Vladimir Putin. The Washington Post reported that former President Donald Trump administration officials feared Vladimir Putin had planted a conspiracy that Ukraine had interfered in the 2016 election.One of the officials told the Post that President Donald Trump gave the theory credibility because.

  5. Mark Hatherill:

    TB infected people can be protected, but lots of questions remain unanswered.

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