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INTGIntegrate
INTGInterrogation
INTGInterrogate
INTGInformal Northern Thai Group (discussion group)
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It was then that she saw, pinned up over the washstand, a sheet of paper on which was scrawled an enormous note of interrogation.
It was the traditional maidenly interrogation, and he felt ashamed of himself for finding it singularly childish.
And in reply to Winterbourne's interrogation, "There's Zurich," she concluded, "I think Zurich is lovely; and we hadn't heard half so much about it.
Thanks to this precaution, which he always was careful to take at the moment when on the point of beginning an examination, he knew beforehand the names, titles, and misdeeds of the accused, made cut and dried responses to questions foreseen, and succeeded in extricating himself from all the windings of the interrogation without allowing his deafness to be too apparent.
She looked almost stern, so that Mary, trying to smile at her, only succeeded in producing a silent stare of interrogation.
And you wish--" He paused, the interrogation unfinished, yet complete.
At last, having written down a series of little sentences, with notes of interrogation attached to them, he observed aloud, "'Women--'under the heading Women I've written:
They worked almost in silence with only an occasional word of direction or interrogation between them.
Yes, I was getting along finely, and then it occurred to me that I didn't know my companion's name; so I pointed to myself and said, "Tom," and to her and raised my eyebrows in interrogation.
While at their coffee on the veranda, Satan raised a commotion in the compound near the beach gate, and Sheldon finally rescued a mauled and frightened black and dragged him on the porch for interrogation.
Bashti did not notice at first, for he was deep in interrogation of Van Horn's head.
Meno confesses his inability, and after a process of interrogation, in which Socrates explains to him the nature of a 'simile in multis,' Socrates himself defines figure as 'the accompaniment of colour.