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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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To find out more 0901 6093141 TAURUS (April 21/May 21): What you wanted to do with your career comes into question this week because you have recently tapped into new talents which open up endless possibilities for the future.
Some activities aren't properly explained, particularly when asked to take a snap of your pet, while its longevity comes into question as many activities repeat.
It questions not just the 2006 back to work agreement but every aspect of our working life comes into question and I'm sure our members will have something to say about that.
For me, cinema is Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Rocky - films that while ridiculous in premise deliver enough absolute thrill and beating heart that suspension of disbelief never comes into question.
Recent events are a reminder that when it comes to government purchases, the issue of personal and business ethics comes into question.
Her adoptive parents choose obfuscation, which is pretty cruel when you think about it, but their love for her never really comes into question.
I have been here for 11 years so I don't think that comes into question.
The integrity of the data comes into question then.