cross question

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Three minutes were allowed for comments of the opponent followed by cross questions.
The Victoria Cross questions seem to generate a deal of feedback.
If it was the St George's Cross questions would be asked in Parliament.
Once weaknesses are uncovered, the appraiser must prepare for cross-examination questions in those areas and also prepare counterpoints for occasions when these would be appropriate responses to cross questions.
For example, cross questions may emphasize that the engineer is not a physician; doesn't know how to read an X-ray; has no training in anatomy, orthopedics, neurology, or neuroanatomy; didn't physically inspect the cars; didn't examine the plaintiff; didn't palpate for spasm; didn't know the position of the plaintiffs head at impact; didn't know the position of the headrest; didn't know whether the plaintiff anticipated impact; or isn't qualified to contradict a medical opinion.