Minsters are accustomed to, and indeed expect, robust questioning from journalists.
He opens each witness interview and sometimes steps in to conduct questioning himself.
., judges do most of the questioning of witnesses and have a responsibility to discover the facts.
Beyond her questioning of Kavanaugh, he pointed to her 2017 questioning of then-Sen.
In the United States and Great Britain the prosecutor plays an active role in questioning witnesses.
I am questioning whether there now exists something that we can identify as Hispanic American philosophy. (2001: 50)
People who began by questioning who they were ended up questioning other things, like their politics.
Together, the two systems produce questioning, assertive people driven by a strong sense of cultural identity and religious fervour.
They later launched anti-monopoly investigations into Alibaba and its key competitor TenCent, and called Ant Group in for questioning.
Much of the questioning of Mark Zuckerberg focused on Facebook’s history of acquiring or copying main features of competitor platforms.
However, reliance on questioning is hampered by having to determine if the respondent is telling the truth, is being evasive, or has a faulty memory.
Indirect questioning, for example, may yield information that respondents would hesitate to provide in answers to direct questioning.
Emma: Consuming fake news without questioning it over time can cause us to warp our sense of selves and the environment around us, and that can have serious consequences.
The researchers were curious whether the candidate's performance during the rapport-building period would affect the interviewer's ratings of their performance during the formal questioning period.
A half-dozen people of Iranian descent who were held for additional questioning in Washington described extensive questioning about their family and background, even though, like Ms.
She blasted those, “questioning the patriotism, questioning the dedication to country of people like Mr Vindman…I think that we need to show that we are better than that as a nation.”
Blasey testified, Republican senators sat in mute witness, forgoing questioning and giving over their time to an outside lawyer, Rachel Mitchell, a sex crimes prosecutor whose clipped questioning gave the hearing a prosecutorial tone.
Editors at the BBC must be questioning – or should now be questioning – why they gave the Vote Leave CEO, Matthew Elliott, virtually free rein to attack the watchdog and present his version of the report days before its official release.
But the chief justice did not lend her great deference, ending more of her questioning periods than that of the newest member, Justice Kavanaugh, even though she spoke, on average, over 10 seconds less per questioning period than he did.
Similarly, the chief justice ended many more of Justice Sotomayor’s questioning periods than Justice Gorsuch’s, even though they spoke, on average, the same amount of time per questioning period and even though he had two of the six longest questioning periods and she had none.
- perplexed (as if being expected to know something that you do not know)
- a request for information
- marked by or given to doubt
- showing curiosity
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