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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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Turmoil in the Arab world seems to be a constant, but when the leadership in a couple of countries is overthrown, the reliability of an uninterrupted oil supply comes into question and spikes pricing.
The wellbeing of a close one comes into question today and you start to worry, that those you love are not taking care of themselves.
CALL MY GEMINI LINE TO HEAR MORE 0904 470 0723 The wellbeing of a close one comes into question and you start to worry that those you love are not taking care of themselves.
Acknowledging that corruption is a big obstacle in national transformation, national broadcaster Doordarshan quoted him, as saying that the menace should be discussed in a manner that should not create an atmosphere in which country's progress comes into question.
Evelyn Salt is a CIA agent whose identity comes into question when a Russian defector Daniel Olbrychski claims sheAAEs a Russian sleeper-spy (falsely, she believes).
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. Since ethics and character education extend back to the days of Socrates and Plato, is the concept of ethics education relevant?