Yet when queried by a CNN reporter about the ban, Ahmadinejad denied any involvement.
“There was no resignation,” Castro responded when queried about the matter.
In conversation with the novelist William Boyd some years ago, I queried him on the names of unheralded authors.
The scheme has been condemned by civil liberties groups and queried by the National Association of Head Teachers.
Two days after the devastating temblor, I queried Duvalier about his reaction to such images.
Indeed, as I queried on a former occasion, what other source of explanation was open to him?
"I wonder if they have had any dinner," he queried, with sudden solicitude.
I queried, pointing to the old mansion on the site of Fort Frederick.
She waited a moment and then queried with exaggerated impudence: "Well?"
Then he queried: 'But what is, if we look at it, and while we look, Simeon?
1530s, quaere "a question," from Latin quaere "ask," imperative of quaerere "to seek, look for; strive, endeavor, strive to gain; ask, require, demand;" figuratively "seek mentally, seek to learn, make inquiry," probably ultimately from PIE *kwo-, root forming the stem of relative and interrogative pronouns (see who). Spelling Englished or altered c.1600 by influence of inquiry.
"to question," 1650s, from query (n.). Related: Queried; querying.