inclination to ask questions

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You write that children have a natural inclination to ask questions when they are young, but it drops off dramatically when they start school.
What emerges from its varied palette of mediums is a vibrancy that is likely to tickle the viewer's curiosity, and stimulate the long subsumed inclination to ask questions. Responses gathered by the curator during showings, from executives, students, schoolchildren, chance visitors, and even janitorial staff, vindicate his intuition that the impulse to respond to art is intrinsic to human nature.
Results of the first study to compare information seeking by rural and nonrural primary care clinicians counter the stereotype of rural clinicians as having less time or inclination to ask questions about patient care and thus becoming less informed about recent advances in medical knowledge, Paul N.