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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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Answer 2: I would like to clarify to the questioner that as per the Dubai Rental Committee Law No.
When he was pressed by the questioner whether the Libyan intelligence knew about the plot, Abu Sahmain, said the woman has nothing to do with story of the plot itself.
it was asked to answer to each question consulted to their own opinion and determine 1 to 5 agreements or disagreement amoyt at the end the repliers' perspective according to a standard questioner
Clever Hans (who really was pretty clever) would start tapping his hoof when the questioner leaned forward and would stop when the questioner straightened up.
He ended his response to his questioner by expressing fear of some "kind of attack that would lead us to favor a dictatorship for security.
The questioner, who happened to be a successful architect, (architects can swap recipes even if they don't swap blueprints) went on to say that she'd love the recipe if it wasn't one of the "pretentious ones that you have to do from scratch.
Rick Franceschini, a CalCPA Estate Planning Committee charter member, directed the questioner to Regulation 1.
The conversation became increasingly relaxed, yet one still had to wonder why the speakers continued to face the wall and never looked directly at their questioner.
Instead, Jesus invites the questioner to consider his own actions with regard to other people.
Kerry is a relentless questioner, often playing devil's advocate with his staff--a quality especially esteemed by presidential historians, and the very opposite of George W.
Levin chose the word story, with no contaminating influence from a questioner.
Often the questioner will consider young people having such access as a privilege that should be either awarded or withdrawn according to the perceived appropriateness of their recent behaviors.