inquiry unit

inquiry unit

[in′kwī·ə·rē ‚yü·nət]
(computer science)
Any terminal which enables a user to query a computer and get a hard-copy answer.
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The claim was made in a letter submitted to the inquiry by Bill Byatt, head of the Ministry of Defence Bloody Sunday inquiry unit.
Indij Readers are useful as a resource for guided reading, we also used them in our Integrated Inquiry Unit based on the Ngunnawal People, the original inhabitants of the land on which our city (and school) is situated in the ACT.
In the witness box yesterday, Detective Constable Karen Beaton, who is assigned to Grampian Police's female and child inquiry unit, said both girls had accused Walker.
The inquiry unit was set up after it emerged staff at Mortonhall Crematorium in Edinburgh had been disposing of remains without families knowing since the late 60s.
I thought so, until my Year 6 students completed an inquiry unit on this topic.
At this point of the inquiry unit, the students found themselves exploring a number of texts that would help to build their understandings of storytelling and were positioned to explore further.
For instance, when the District of Columbia was hit by 2011's "Snowmageddon," all public visa calls to the Department were diverted to a 90-plus-person telephone inquiry unit at the NVC.
Information from air safety investigators in the UK and the US is also being used by the accident inquiry unit.
CCW has published five colourful, bilingual Countryside Explorer Guides, available free from CCW's Inquiry Unit on 0845 1306229 or enquiries@- ccw.
The main data source for this study was the laboratory design question found on the inquiry unit pre- and post-test (see Figure 2, Question #13).
The new team is made up of officers from a variety of backgrounds including the clubs and vice unit, a murder inquiry unit, a kidnap unit and London's Heathrow airport.
The kindergarten teacher received a lamb for his classroom, and decided to try another project-based inquiry unit.