Facebook's answer to its critics is: pay no attention to the carping.
There is never going to be a proof that God is there to answer that need.
Perhaps the answer is as simple as why people loved American Idol so much for so many years.
But the New York City Ballet seems to have found the answer: Valentino.
In other words, his childhood question to his mother has by definition no answer — and furthermore, must have none.
He was not prepared with any answer, though he hotly resented every word of her accusation.
He did apply, and at the end of a month, no answer had been returned to his communication.
"I don't know," I left Anthony to answer; wondering what he would say.
And thus, as Mr. Lovelace thought fit to take it, had he his answer from my sister.
And if they are asked why, they answer: ‘There are three great evils in our district!’
Old English andswaru "an answer, a reply," from and- "against" (see ante) + -swaru "affirmation," from swerian "to swear" (see swear), suggesting an original sense of "make a sworn statement rebutting a charge." A common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon antswor, Old Norse andsvar, Old Frisian ondser, Danish and Swedish ansvar), implying a Proto-Germanic *andswara-. Meaning "a reply to a question," the main modern sense, was present in Old English. Meaning "solution of a problem" is from c.1300.
Old English answarian "to answer;" see answer (n.). Meaning "to respond in antiphony" is from early 15c.; that of "to be responsible for" is early 13c. Related: Answered; answering. The telephone answering machine is from 1961.