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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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Create a query with the Copy of Direct Materials Budget table as the source.
An example result for the above query is below, which shows that the query cache engine is available, but the query cache size is set to zero and therefore nothing will be cached, and the query cache engine will not actually be used.
This section focuses on specific techniques in query reformulation and user interfaces related to our work.
Therefore, ill-defined queries are very common in retrieval systems and a query refinement mechanism is necessary to help promote retrieval performance.
mdb and on OK to open the Query Wizard--Choose Columns dialog box (exhibit 4, page 54).
With these three fields, researchers were able to locate a user's initial query and recreate the chronological series of actions by each user in a session:
First, the much larger amount of memory addressed by the Itanium 2-based Unisys ES7000 means faster builds of OLAP cubes and much faster query processing.
com yields Websites that closely match your query, as well as those that are closely related.
The results of the query create a custom report or can be used to provide the initial qualifiers for use of one of the standard reports described below.
With Analyze-then-Query(TM), a drill-down path is presented to a user within PowerPlay Server Web Edition, and the transition to Impromptu Web Query for detailed transaction-level detail is transparent.
Quick Query provides users with a wide range of information.
About 80 percent of the nation's hospitals sent at least one query to NPDB.