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  • n  an instance of questioning
  • v  pose a question

  • The number one query, holding that position consistently over the last two years is the question "How do I tie a tie?" After neckwear, it appears that our "how to" searches are .
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  • LeBron James has no comparisons
    More than the 37 points, the second NBA title, the repeat Finals MVP, it was what LeBron James said last night that seared his name, his greatness, his legacy into basketball lore. When prodded by reporter Doris Burke with a tougher-than-usual postgame query—(paraphrasing) How do you constantly deal with the scrutiny, the pressure?—LeBron set aside the PR manual, swallowed the safe answer and ...
    June 21, 2013 - Chicago Sun-Times
  • Facebook Generates Random Graph Searches with New “Browse” Feature
    Facebook wants you to discover all of the cool things that you can search for using the new Graph Search – so much so that they’re testing a link that will generate a new, random Graph Search query every time …
    June 21, 2013 - WebProNews
  • White House's Jay Carney dodges questions more than 9,000 times: report
    White House reporters sometimes poke fun at press secretary Jay Carney's penchant for using the phrase "I appreciate the question" during briefings — especially when it's clear he likely does not, in fact, "appreciate" a tough or awkward query. But a Yahoo! News analysis identifies "13 distinct ...
    June 21, 2013 - The Washington Times

  • Eric Schmidt in Computerworld
    We had strong search query growth year-on-year, revenues were up in most verticals, and we had tight control of our costs -- something which eluded us perhaps in the past, but we got the formula down now,Schmidt said.
  • Ian Chappell in AFP
    However, turning to the first Test, Chappell said: "There I guess you could perhaps query Ricky Ponting's choice of bowlers at the end. I think he went for quantity of overs rather than quality of overs and that was a mistake."

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