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1. a matter submitted to a court or other tribunal for judicial or quasi-judicial decision
2. question of fact (in English law) that part of the issue before a court that is decided by the jury
3. question of law (in English law) that part of the issue before a court that is decided by the judge
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The first such question was "Do you think the girl in the photo usually passes or fails her courses?
Experimental design answers questions of causation and is designed for replication of findings.
Once facts were listed, the counselor asked students to think of open-ended questions for each fact.
Risks may exist in working with the product, but the question regarding hazards posed to children playing on the amended playgrounds is left unanswered.
No matter what questions the reporter asks, find a way to deliver your key messages.
Question 10: So does that mean you're able to play while holding a can of beer in one hand during a competition?
Nonconfrontational interviews have three phases: introduction, informational questions and close.
For a reference check, specify how many, such as three references per applicant, and state the types of questions you wish the references to be asked.
For example, if survey question had two responses (Yes=1, No=2) and a frequency count of 100 respondents indicated that 90 of them said "Yes", 5 said "No" and 5 were "Missing", then entering a "Yes" value of 1 for each of the five missing cases would be reasonable.
QUESTION TWO: NEW MODELS FOR SCHOLARLY JOURNALS--WHEN LIBRARIES SELECT ELECTRONIC JOURNALS, HOW DO THE PRODUCTS OFFERED TO THEM OR THE DELIVERY MODELS THEY CHOOSE INFLUENCE SCHOLARSHIP AND THE WAY JOURNALS ARE USED?
One way to answer that question is to mention your membership in a procure fundraising drive.
As this same transition also inspired the rise of modern political movements and mass organizations, particularly those of a patriotic and nationalist flavor, women's participation in them automatically drew unprecedented attention to the question of women's roles in the modern and variously imagined Polish nation and civil society.