bring into question


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My personal queries aside, Anderson has undertaken an important work, and my call for clarification does not bring into question its merit.
Digital lawyers: Not literally, but we will need law professionals who can help us to sort out the legal freedoms, protections and limitations this new form of trade will certainly bring into question.
The conclusions bring into question a common practice whereby a physician may choose to use a reduced dose if the patient encounters side effects.