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But the big question of the week, leaving aside the issue of whether taxpayers should have paid for the post, is: what on earth did the largely anonymous Ms Watson find to put in it?
Last week's question of the week: Which sporting event is attended by the largest number of people?
Garfinkel also continued to issue the very popular Legal Line Question of the Week, a weekly e-newsletter distributed to REBNY members, which addresses a legal question pertaining to our industry and gives an in-depth and concise explanation of the issue.
STRANGE question of the week from Evan Davis at Dragon's Den: "Have you ever woken up in the early hours, turned on an obscure channel and found an infomercial for a home fitness product?"
That is the question of the week regarding tomorrow's King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, and the prospects of Duke Of Marmalade keeping his Group 1 winning sequence going at his first attempt over a mile and a half.
WELL done to our sister paper, the Daily Post, for coming up with the easiest question of the week.
The Jungle BookLast week's question of the week: The Roman Festival Of Hilaria is still celebrated today, but how is it more commonly known?April Fools' Day Tune into 100.7 Heart fm today between 12pm-3pm to play Midlands' Mastermind and find out the answer to today's question from The Post's Chris Upton.
One of CWO's sections is devoted entirely to questions and comments - it's a bulletin board called "Question of the Week." A question is posted (actually, a new question goes up every other week), and those interested respond.
The great volume of valuable insight led to the Legal Line expanding to include the Legal Line Question of the Week, a weekly e-newsletter distributed to REBNY members.
BURNING question of the week: Is Headcases as good as Spitting Image?
Punting high Ginger Princess: a crazy price at Leopardstown for a horse with the best form Punting low Drawing non-runner Opera Mundi in the Grand National sweep Looking forward to Master Minded and Kauto Star reminding the doubters that they are top-notch in 2008-09 Recent eyecatcher Firth Of Fifth, who nearly won at Lingfield despite walking out of his stall Question of the week Is it desirable to have about half the field fail to complete in the Grand National as a matter of course?
Question of the week: Which movie heroes would pick up the phone if you dialled 555 2368?