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By the same token, I wondered at times, while reading this book, if Morgan had passed on fully interrogating the actions of the men he has clearly spent much time with.
House lawmakers from both sides of the aisle on Thursday interrogated the chief executives of Google, Facebook and Twitter, escalating their calls for swift regulation of the tech industry.
BIG TECH CEOS FACE LAWMAKERS IN HOUSE HEARING ON SOCIAL MEDIA’S ROLE IN EXTREMISM, MISINFORMATIONGERRIT DE VYNCK, CAT ZAKRZEWSKI, ELIZABETH DWOSKIN, RACHEL LERMANMARCH 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
At the same time, activists and government leaders are starting to interrogate past deals with internet providers and others to see where opportunities to expand access were missed.
It allows for detention without warrant for 24 days and gives the executive vast powers to interrogate and detain anyone it deems a terrorist.
She sets out to unsettle her audience by interrogating the choice not to give up a subway seat to a disabled person.
Now the practice of Interrogative Analysis compels such persons to interrogate—to propose questions—to think.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
If you are so certain that Enid Orlebar is implicated in the affair, if not the actual assassin, why don't you interrogate her?
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
His confessor brought to court impostors who pretended that they could interrogate the powers of darkness.
Old Mis' Meade was in the habit of going to bed before the others, and to-night she paused, candle in hand, to interrogate him.
We come now to interrogate our oracle again, and we open the third chapter as we do so.

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