Ask a question about something, esp. in order to express one's doubts about it or to check its validity or accuracy
many people queried whether any harm had been done
he queried the medical database
“Why not?” he queried
Put a question or questions to (someone)
when these officers were queried, they felt unhappy
A question, esp. one addressed to an official or organization
a spokeswoman said queries could not be answered until Monday
Used in writing or speaking to question the accuracy of a following statement or to introduce a question
A question mark
question: pose a question
A Case Report Form (or CRF) is a paper or electronic questionnaire specifically used in clinical trial research. The Case Report Form is the tool used by the sponsor of the clinical trial to collect data from each participating site. ...
In descriptive complexity, a query is a mapping from structures of one signature to structures of another vocabulary. Neil Immerman, in his book "Descriptive Complexity", "use[s] the concept of query as the fundamental paradigm of computation" (p. 17).
Quakers use the term Query to refer to a question or series of questions used for reflection and in spiritual exercises.
(The Queries) In science, The Queries or simply "Queries" is the third book to English physicist Isaac Newton's Opticks, with various numbers of Query sections or "question" sections (up to 31, depending on edition), expanded on from 1704 to 1718, that contains Newton's final thoughts on the ...
(Querying) The process by which data are retrieved from a database in order to gain information from it.
(QUERIES) The questions that, in conjuction with the "advices," enable individuals and meetings to examine themselves in relation to the standards of conduct that the Religious Society of Friends has established for itself.
(Queries) A query is the selection of objects you wish to report on with any query filters required. The query is converted into SQL and run against the source database and results returned for use in a document.
(Queries) A set of questions, based on Friends' practices and testimoniees, which are considered by Meetings and individuals as a way of both guiding and examining individual and corporate lives and actions. As such, they are a means of self examination. ...
(Queries) A set of questions, revised periodically, which were to be answered in writing by preparative, monthly, and quarterly meetings and reported to the Yearly Meeting. ...
(Queries) Call our Customer Care Line on 01582 519228, which is open Monday to Friday 11am to 7pm and Saturday 11am to 4pm.
(Queries) Request for help in regard to a particular subject in which you are interested.
(Queries) Structured statements used to generate a specific response from a database. Queries are used in R-EDI to assist in the analysis of SAMIS data.
(Queries) This shows how many people have used google search through your site. You will get earnings based on the click through rate of your searches. When a user utilizes the google search function on your website, ads are displayed at the top of the results. ...
(queries) SQL statements that retrieve and/or manipulate data in a database
the process of telling ISYS:web what you want to find by entering words or phrases along with optional search operators.
A subset of records in a database. Queries may be used to create highly specified demographics in order to maximize the effectiveness of an email marketing campaign.
A method of submission in which a writer approaches a theater with a brief letter, accompanied by a synopsis and sample pages.
A query means a question, but it is often used to refer to a search you type in a database or web search engine.
A request for information, usually to a search engine. A key word or phrase that instructs the search engine to find documents related to the user's request.
A search request submitted to a database (such as the search engine and directory databases) to find a particular piece of information or all records that meet the search criteria.
A subset of a database that fits specific criteria. For example, a query might be placed on a music CD database for all jazz CDs. The query would return a recordset that contains only jazz CDs and no classical or rock CDs.
A word, phrase or group of words characterizing the information a user seeks from search engines and directories. The search engine subsequently locates Web pages to match the query.
The word (or words) a searcher enters into a search engine’s search box.