cross-question


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a question asked in cross-examination

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The prime minister's aides have intimated that his lawyers will undermine Talansky's testimony when they cross-question the businessman on July 17, and that this will help restore public trust in Olmert.
They will cross-question, probe, argue and conduct an enquiry into what he's researched and why he bothered.
In contrast, when I started selling to lawyers, it was hard to get through the first 10 minutes of a talk without someone interrupting to challenge my conclusions or cross-question me about the underlying evidence.
These methods included conning their way into retirement homes to cross-question elderly and confused priests (none of whom had been involved in any of the actual cases).
Then I prepared to cross-question him rigidly, for this thing was getting serious.
She said that when the PTI did not even cross-question the Returning Officers when they appeared before the commission
Cancer Research UK's Turn The Tables event returns to London's Savoy with another explosive line-up, giving MPs the chance to reverse the roles and cross-question two of the media's toughest journalists.
You are as entitled to quiz him, remember, as he is to cross-question you.