Madam, Ms. , Mrs., so I've heard. It means "My Lady".
Literally "query" is just another word for "question". So right up there is an example. In SQL, a query would be something like SELECT NAME FROM EMP WHERE DEPARTMENT = 'MARKETING';
Madam, I'm Adam.
Because she just naturally was now shut up and get a lyf
From Jachimov, now in Czech Republic.
i'm sorry sir or madam but you seem to have forgotten some letters in your query.
the wonderful hair grower
They work by it can style our hair well.
her invention helped revolutionize the way black women styled their hair by combining the use of the hot comb with her hair care products.
Patraña means, a lie or fabulous news, of pure invention. The query is a question. It asks, "What lie/fable/story is this?"
Yes, you can have a query inside a query. That is known as a sub-query.
Cj walker created a hair business and Thomas made an invention to sell for $40,000