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Law
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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But he questioned the answers and kept on questioning up to his last breath under the Banyan tree.
While it may seem easy to dismiss this purpose of questioning as too time-consuming or irrelevant to knowledge acquisition, Frances P.
That's where questioning comes in, and for many sellers, that's where the worry about sounding like a CIA interrogator comes in.
Either way, students must be taught the art of questioning. A good question kills an opponent's chance to rebut or to make a point or stand.
Identifying questions thus became the necessary first step in studying the questioning process.
Bond (2007) presents some suggestions about questioning by paying attention to questioning strategies decreasing classroom management problems These are :
But since most of us do not lead in those rare environments, we should not only allow for questioning, we should encourage it as it makes us and our organisations stronger.
For me personally, questioning has led to the conviction that the power differential of one group over another robs one of dignity and integrity.
The practice of juror questioning of witnesses has existed in English law since the 18th Century and in the United States since 1825.
If, as teachers, we can be pleased about the possibilities of a pedagogic change that e-learning can bring about, as researchers we must not stop questioning ourselves about the quality of these processes of education and learning.
In interviewing, we refer to this as "drilling-down." For demonstrative evidence, the position of furnishings, e.g., a lamp or a closet, may lead to questioning whether an eyewitness really could have seen what he said he saw.
I'm just questioning the wisdom of using many of them and whether they'll actually deliver us the goods we think they will.