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in April, I asked her if she missed asking the first question.
He is used to asking questions that help him avoid error.
This is done by a recapitulation or summary, and asking for their approval of this.
Asking this question sends a signal to the prospective employer that you won't put up with discriminatory questions for the remainder of the interview.
One youngster said, "I don't think 15 plus 20 equals 30" and began counting the tiles she had been using to help her find a solution earlier while asking the first student if he would explain his solution using the tiles.
In a chapter entitled, `Having it all', Sacks tells the story of the man who wrote to the Lubavitcher Rebbe, asking his advice about how to become happier.
Courts scrutinize the actions and statements made by law enforcement officers during the course of asking for consent to search.
A vital part of discovering fraud concerns the auditor's ability to ask questions and the implications of not asking them.
Continue asking the group what will eat the previous plant or animal and tossing the ball of string around.
We are asking pardon for the divisions among Christians, for the use of violence that some have committed in the service of truth, and for attitudes of mistrust and hostility assumed towards followers of other religions," he said.
A nurse knocks as she enters and opens Loretta's closet without asking, explaining, "I need to look in here for a package of diapers.