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And if the answer to that is yes, then it begs the question whether a congestion charge should be considered.
Which immediately begs the question - what did she do for the first 30 years of her life?
This begs the question as to whether the "new world" supposedly revealed by art is, in fact, anything more than a sentimental mirage in the eye of its beholder.
Which begs the question, what could be better than that?
The report is the third in as many years to highlight the crisis and begs the question, how long will it take the assembly to start making a real difference?
Which begs the question, what is your real intent: To change the environment, or to promote a political agenda?
Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy observed, "Which (a Red Sox action) begs the question, How come Sox stars behave like babies (in Yankee Stadium)?
Its provision that all children in state care must have a permanent plan for their care within 12 months of being removed from their homes begs the question that many of these children come from family situations marked by such economic, educational, moral, and health deprivation that 12 months of intervention can hardly make a dent.
And he begs the question what was it like to fight Muhammad Ali?
He begs the question as to how we select our myths, and even our subjects--see both of the following sections.
When I date again, I definitely want to go out with a man who can lend me his reading glasses'' Begs the question if former model Jerry Hall was shortsighted in her marriage to Rolling Stone Mick Jagger.
That warning begs the question What are the ingredients of a successful corporate trading experience?