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1. a sentence in an interrogative form, addressed to someone in order to get information in reply.
2. a problem for discussion or under discussion; a matter for investigation.
3. a matter of some uncertainty or difficulty; problem (usually followed by of ): It was simply a question of time.
4. a subject of dispute or controversy.
5. a proposal to be debated or voted on, as in a meeting or a deliberative assembly.
1. a spoken or written reply or response to a question, request, letter, etc.: He sent an answer to my letter promptly.
2. a correct response to a question asked to test one’s knowledge.
3. an equivalent or approximation: a singing group that tried to be the French answer to the Beatles.
4. an action serving as a reply or response: The answer was a volley of fire.
5. a solution to a problem, especially in mathematics.
Moral of the story
Greetings Earthlings and T.G.I.F. (Thank God It’s Friday!)
A simple yet interestingly different perspective to consider is as to whether or not winning is primarily a result of ones own willingness and ability to picture oneself as such and eliminating the “L” word out of ones own vocabulary when pertaining to ones own self.
Its the thought that counts: 1….2….3…4…5
Article originally published on Dec 23, 2013 @ 18:35 by Rylan Branch