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come into question

To become doubted, scrutinized, or a matter of serious discussion. The government's ability to lead the country has come into question after a fifth straight week of protests at the nation's capital. This reluctance to act has caused your leadership skills to come into question.
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Justifiably, the favourite rant involves his team selections (6-4), while his defensive tactics coming into question is quoted at 3-1, along with bad refereeing.
At present, developers pay consultants to complete the studies, and, in the case of the 21,600-home Newhall Ranch, The Newhall Land and Farming Company required its consultants to sign confidentiality agreements that are now coming into question.
While the voices haven't grown silent, their effectiveness is coming into question.
But despite the goals he wasn't a big hit, with his attitude coming into question.
The limited security measures taken on domestic US flights are coming into question in the wake of yesterday's (11 September) terrorist attacks.
Beckham, left out of the Manchester United side recently and his form coming into question, showed he deserves the England skipper's armband with a brilliant goal to sink Finland.