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Nonetheless, whether there is a specific connection between Rlk and the Src family kinase Fyn in T cells remains an interestingquestion.
The realquestion is, of course, will these already questionable Web business models ever make enough money to pay back all this funding?
The hardquestions on all these issues are about means, in my view, not ends.
A keyquestion is whether DNA-PK or some other kinase phosphorylates serine 37 of p53 in vivo.
He concludes, "For most voters, there are no unansweredquestions about the personal lives of the Clintons."
The story reminds that it's not just Bill Clinton who can't give a simple answer to a simplequestion--it quotes a Phillip Morris spokeswoman's response: "Since we must comply with local laws and regulations in every country in which we do business, we expect that there has been no improper conduct in the countries that you have referenced."
Nevertheless, diapause is also a developmental process, and these previous studies did not address fundamentalquestions concerning development before, during and after diapause.
The next obviousquestion was whether profilin is required for the final steps of the viral life cycle, namely virus maturation and egress.
They believe it raises seriousquestions about the character and credibility of the Texas governor, and they accuse Bush of giving a series of muddled responses to questions about drug use as a youth.
Inclusion of these putative arsC genes in phylogenetic analyses might resolve the basicquestion: Did arsenate resistance systems evolve from a common origin or develop convergently in multiple taxa?
Time to change current practice Although MIRACL and the two aforementioned cohort studies suggest that lipid-lowering agents exert short-term clinical benefits when initiated soon after an acute coronary syndrome, this remains an openquestion.
But all the more reason why we need some leadership that can face up to the toughquestions.
A more relevantquestion raised in this study is whether the plant sterol accumulation in hypertensive rat strains has significance in the pathophysiology of hypertension.
Rather than confront the new moralquestions raised by stem cell technologies, the witnesses praised them for abolishing the old moral questions.
Here we address the criticalquestion of whether RNA triphosphatase is essential for cell growth in fungal species other than S. cerevisiae.
Today's USAT says that her Justice task force had indeed been for stopping but ultimately concluded there were too many unresolved legalquestions to do so.
However, HGT also can provide the means to investigate otherwise difficultquestions, such as inferring the number of symbiotic events and estimating the time of those events.
But, fortunately, this was a rhetoricalquestion meant only to remind us that we can't judge the praise of the past by the praise of five minutes ago.
But if Reagan lost the battle to control domestic spending, he won the war over the largerquestion of the growth of the welfare state.
The only exception is that yesterday Jordan told House prosecutor Asa Hutchinson that he now remembers having breakfast with Monica Lewinsky on one occasion, something he denied in previousquestioning.
The lines that get drawn on that centralquestion are fairly predictable.
The soft, New Agey religion popularized in the West bears little resemblance to the actual religion of Tibet, which is full of idol worship and thorny theologicalquestions.
In the New York Times , Roxana Robinson says the novel--about an Upper West Side patroness and a New Hampshire painter hailed as the "white Basquiat"--has fun with "philosophicalquestions": "Where is the useful intersection between art and commerce?
These findings raise two relatedquestions: 1) can δ-opioid receptors be internalized in vivo by the same agonist-induced endocytosis observed in vitro ?
But after this brief lapse in No Ordinary Time , Kearns recovers her scholarly detachment: "Yet the essentialquestion for the biographer is not whether Hick and Eleanor went beyond kisses and hugs, a question there is absolutely no way we can answer with certainty."
The WP and the NYT bring to the fore ethicalquestions the new science is sure to raise: issues of genetic engineering and harvesting embryos.
Unfortunately, this is almost a metaphysicalquestion.
So, for those of you asking highly technicalquestions concerning the operation of your personal computers, let it be known across the land that the Shopping Avenger still writes on papyrus.
A number of interviews were interrupted, and certainquestions were not answered by all women.
The WP goes into much more detail about the conference's actualquestions and answers than say, the NYT , which summarizes exchanges more and puts the space saved thus to use making meta-comments about the goings-on.
An intriguingquestion concerns to the mechanism by which selection and tolerance to self-components is mediated in developing lymphocytes.
Further, a community leader said: "And somebody's going to have to sit up some place in an auditorium, in a school, and ask the pertinentquestion: how many of you all think you all are going to keep your men by having a baby?"
In another essay in this issue, Rees similarly questions the overemphasis on basic research in medical schools, posing the question, “why are our institutions not fit for the purpose of improving patients' health?” Not an easyquestion to answer, but one that might also be relevant to the question of what a medical journal, especially one that wants to engage students, should publish.
Comparative studies also help us to identify model systems that are perhaps better suited than more common ones to answer difficult biologicalquestions.
Once source tells the Times that in response to a directquestion from Clinton, Yeltsin flatly denied the charges.
This questionisrelevant both to attempts to explain major differences in total IgE between countries and to studies on acute asthma.
The point is not that the questionisunfair.
The government's questionsarelegitimate, but the comparisons between Rockefeller and Gates are less precise than they could be.
Republicans are keen on this, but the church-state questionsaretricky.
All the questionsareeasy: "What is the capital of North Dakota?"
Since the moral question is tricky but the legal questionisopen and shut, Bush's supporters want to focus on the latter.
True, it has the understandable problem of trying to be clear about describing schemes that were designed to be murky, but it doesn't help that the story doesn't even begin to explain until the 26th paragraph why the Teamster fund-raising deals in questionwereillegal, and even then none too clearly.
This questionisimpossible to answer from the choices provided.
Whether the questionwasimproper can be debated--as it turned out, Keyes' comments about his "mistake" on abortion were more interesting than his comments about the question--but viewers benefited from considering both.
- -Prudie, cautiously Dear Prudence, Your answer to the fishy questionwasimprudent, I think.
The first questionisinappropriate because names are private.
But the portrayal of the transaction in questionisinteresting: The clerk is Asian, but the customer is white.)
The politician in questionisIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the "odds-on favorite to win the next general election."
What voters really needed from the candidates on this questionwerelonger answers, not shorter ones.
No, I was just wondering about the thought processes of 1) men who know or ought to know that their most profoundly and disproportionately attractive quality is their net worth and 2) women who marry men to whom they wouldn't deign to speak if the men in questionweremere wage-earners.
However, the main questionsaremixed marriage and religion.
In many instances, the questionismoot: 30 percent of the men referred to programs do not show up, and about half those who do drop out.
The questionsaremulti-choice nature and the syllabus for them is fully covered in training manuals.
This questionispertinent: "the ethics of foreign policy" was the foreign policy school's topic.
I think sometimes a new attraction needs to pass a point of no return before the people in questionareprepared to take the leap across to it.
And many of the people in questionarereal deadbeats--drunks, addicts, and the like.
Broad areas of difficulty may be identified and the points at which a student's understanding falters may be indicated, if the grading of the questionsissensitive.
The questionistrivial, for the systems need not be mutually exclusive, nor need they exclude phrasal sets like Shut up!
The file which contains all the poll questionsisunable to be accessed to extract information.
But you are no longer permitted to say the basic questionisunclear or you need more time to think.
A number of important questionsareunresolved regarding the stage of the disease at which each of these antibodies arise, and whether indeed some may antedate the clinical expression of this disorder.
Closed questionsareuseful to discover details and check whether both people are actually on the same wave length.
You can't always blame negative coverage on the reporter... the way you respond to the reporter's questionsisvital.
Much work can be researched if study questionsareclear using the computer(s).
The central questioniswhat form should that organisation take?
Overall, responses to the survey questionswerecompatible across the cities and general patterns were found in the data.
The bandits in questionwerecounter-revolutionary rebels who hid in the Escambray mountains during the 1960s.
- -David Ballard "You know, I thought this questionwashilarious when I first read it, and then I realized that I'd misread 'Hasidim' as 'Hinduism.'
Because you've left New York, your questionishypothetical, unless, of course, you wind up in the same situation again.
However, this questioniscertainlyarguable.
Frequently, the information in questioniseasilyaccessible, for example US Department of State reports available on the internet.
All these questionsareequallyrelevant for the person truly interested in the human condition of the late 20th century.
The lines that get drawn on that central questionarefairlypredictable.
The questionislargelyacademic, unless one hypothesis is proven true, that it derives from scrapie.
What is at stake is not a set of arcane ecological questions, but rather questionsthatarecentral to determining whether ecological and conservation lessons learnt in one area can be applied more broadly.
Ask questionsthatareclear and relevant to everyone.
Sproul examines questionsthatarecrucial to Christians living in the modern world: Who is Jesus?
But it's not really the questionsthataredumb--it's the computers.
Start with general questionsthatareinteresting enough to engage the respondent's attention.
Ask questionsthatareopen-ended, require reasoning, and stimulate critical thinking and discussion.
This is a questionthatisextraordinarilydifficult to answer.
Several times a day I still think of Parkes' disquisition on the now-obsolete punctuation mark known as a percontativus , a question mark flopped backward and used to indicate a questionthatispurelyrhetorical.