May you have any questions- well their is no such thing, its not proper english. Its like saying, "can you have any questions", but it would make more sense to say "ask more questions" as a statement or demand. Then… Full Answer
This website should clear up any questions you have about the disorder: http://www.readingandwriting.ab.ca/judypool/irlen.htm If not, you can just google scotopic sensitivity disorder, and you should find thousands of sites describing it. Hopefully this helps, if it doesn't, then I'll be… Full Answer
Any questions that add no value to WikiAnswers are silly questions to answer, and should be reported to a Supervisor for disposal. Examples of such questions are: Do you believe in cookies? Who is the coolest person on earth? Basically… Full Answer
Some of the responders ARE attornies, many are not but usually have a working knowledge of the particular questions being asked. BE THAT AS IT MAY - If your question is important and vital enough for you to really need… Full Answer
If you are being arrested, you should be read your Miranda rights. Up to that point, the officer may ask you questions without reading you your rights. You are not obligated to answer any questions beyond identifying yourself.
Well if you don't have any questions you should not feel you have to ask a question. It will not count against you. Generally you should ask questions that show your interest in the job, company and training.
Think of it this way. The sentence should still sound grammatically correct even when the other person is removed from it. So, which of the following sounds right? Please call me with any questions. Please call I with any questions… Full Answer
The contrast is between "pure" and "applied", not between "pure" and "impure". Pure science investigates questions without regard to any practical applications that might derive from answering the questions. Applied science chooses questions to investigate based on the anticipated usefulness… Full Answer
You need to give a very detailed history of your health. This should include any drug habits or use. Alcohol use, your normal diet. You should ask her about any questions you have about certain foods, certain medications you take… Full Answer
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We cannot give an accurate number of questions that are asked to answer Homework or Tests, as it can be hard to distinguish between the Homework questions and genuine questions. Asking for Homework help on WikiAnswers is not against any… Full Answer
Yes there is. There is a line on the lower wings of the Vicroy butterfly and the Monarch does not have this line. If you have any other butterfly questions, ask me. My username is liviebug97, and my e-mail is… Full Answer
To determine foundation failure, you need to answer the following questions. For Concrete/Masonry foundations: Are there cracks or voids? Is there lateral or vertical movement in any of the cracks or voids? Is water getting in at any crack or… Full Answer
Yes there are many unanswered questions. You can go to a category of your choice and click on "Unanswered questions" to see them. You can also click on "Unanswered Questions" at the top left of any page.
No, the Featured questions list does not list answered questions. The point of the Featured questions is to basically "put out there" any unique, unanswered questions. Here and there, an unanswered may creep in, usually by a new supervisor. In… Full Answer