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pose a question

To raise, present, or imply a question of some kind. Modifiers are often used between "pose" and "question" to indicate or specify the type or nature of the questions being raised, presented, or implied. I'd like to pose a question for you: What do we do when this water supply runs out? The report poses several serious questions about the legality of the president's plan.
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pose a question

to ask a question; to imply the need for asking a question. Genetic research poses many ethical questions. My interviewer posed a hypothetical question.
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Posing questions like 'who's your favourite superhero?', the bins allow users to vote for their preferred answer by popping their cigarette into one of the two containers.
Summary: Chandigarh (India) May 23 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party's Kirron Kher, who is all set for victory from Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat, took a swipe at opposition leaders posing questions on her celebrity status.
The session also deliberated upon posing questions regarding the conditions behind the Pakistan-China deal.
The CAIR letter says, "Just as it would be widely condemned as extremely inappropriate and indecent for the RNC to ask Americans if they are concerned about the potential spread of Catholic cannon law and Jewish Halacha, posing questions about the religious teachings practiced by American Muslims should be likewise condemned by the Republican Party.
The standing-room-only audience of FSI students and staff engaged him in a lively dialogue, posing questions ranging from how to promote diversity in the Department to how best to prepare for future foreign policy challenges facing the United States.
BDI followers on Lajm's webpage pose a question "why BDI does not arrest Mijalkov instead of posing questions about his agreement with Thaci." R.L.
Of course, this series remains his main focus, and once again he'll be posing questions for team captains Holly Willoughby and Fearne Cotton, and regular Rufus Hound.
"In Scotland, we are taking the fight to the SNP, exposing their empty rhetoric over separation and posing questions they don't want to answer."
Expansive and readily available information for contacting sellers, customer service agents, chemists, applications specialists and other representatives in more than 100 countries is easily accessed, along with tools for posing questions. From the home page, visitors can find solutions by product name, market, application or product type; contact a representative; learn more about Ashland operations and history or inquire about career opportunities with the company.
Furthermore, the DPJ's policy on its lawmakers posing questions is incoherent, because a representative of the party will speak during interpellations at a plenary session of the House of Councillors.
Following the oral arguments, students from the school's Center for Pre-Law interacted with the judges and attorneys, posing questions about the proceedings.
Film-maker Luke Sewell shadowed pest-controller Paul Parker around Northumberland, feeding his neurosis and manipulating his scary bloodthirst by posing questions such as: "They're taking the p*** now, aren't they?"
Catherine Tate, the new Doctor Who sidekick, kicks off the chain by posing questions to the Time Lord himself, David Tennant.
He examines the impact of these new technologies on American cities, posing questions regarding the economic shift away form the production and distribution of material goods to the circulation and consumption of information goods, how cities and their regions are being affected physically by advances in technology, and the import of these changes for urban management and governance.
After discussing the regional conventions, the board decided a paper summarising its discussions, posing questions and sharing information be developed to ensure informed discussion in the regions about the future of the conventions.