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query

n. common lawyer lingo for a question to be answered.

See: challenge, check, contest, cross-examine, dispute, doubt, examine, impugn, inquire, inquiry, interrogate, interrogation, pose, propound, question
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If the entire record is duplicated, then you can create a query from the Duplicate Items Detail table and simply click the Totals button to group by each field.
Neo4j, a NO-SQL graph database is used which results in high query performance on complex data and uses cypher a declarative graph query language for expressive and efficient querying and updating of graph.
To set the size of the query cache first set the query_cache_size system variable.
Another query reformulation technique harnesses users' search experiences or domain knowledge.
Query refinement is an essential information retrieval tool that interactively recommends new terms related to a particular query for the user to improve the quality of the query.
Clicking on its > button transfers all available fields to the Columns in your query box.
Spink, Jansen, and Ozmultu (2000) found that most users searched one query only and did not follow with successive queries.
com also has a function called I'm Feeling Lucky, which lets you view the Website of the first result in your query.
In short, the Quick Query system provides patrol officers with the necessary means to not only record but also to analyze crime on their beats.
About 80 percent of the nation's hospitals sent at least one query to NPDB.
A search engine should anticipate meaningful variations of a short search query.
Create a query that selects the data you want to add to another table (see January 2009 for a refresher on creating a query).