inquiring


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eager to acquire knowledge

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West Churchman first presented his "Design of Inquiring Systems" as a basis for computer-based inquiring systems design and implementation, systems based on his approach remain woefully underrepresented in information systems research, bemoan the editors (all of Florida State U.).
After the response from the panel attorney, the inquiring attorney should exercise his or her own independent judgment to resolve the legal issue or problem.
Participants, ranging in age from 29 to 63, completed a survey inquiring about psychological symptoms that characterize common mental disorders.
TEI referred to a letter from Senator Charles Grassley to the Treasury Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission inquiring whether disclosure of corporate tax returns in whole or in part would be beneficial in combating tax shelters that are based on differences between book and tax accounting and reporting.
It's also that there is something improper, even indecent, about snooping--and that no matter what "inquiring minds" want to know, there are some things about other folks we have no real right or need to be informed of.
On inquiring from court PSO Haider said ' I was not present therein at that time.
He said this while talking to media after inquiring the health of Abdul Sattar Edhi.
The inquiring judge once taught karate, and one of the judge's former students was injured in a serious car accident which will necessitate extensive therapy.
Shah thanked prime minister for inquiring about his wife's health and also said that opposition would keep working for the strengthening of institutions.
Altaf Hussain for inquiring about the health of the President.