To the question

Related to To the question: Questionable Content
to the point in dispute; to the real matter under debate.

See also: Question

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
As to the question of the name, I saw it now in the light in which I ought to have seen it from the first.
This prophecy pleased Pierre very much and he often asked himself what would put an end to the power of the beast, that is, of Napoleon, and tried by the same system of using letters as numbers and adding them up, to find an answer to the question that engrossed him.
I shall return to the question of appropriateness later; for the present it is accuracy that I wish to consider.
These are our answers to the questions proposed to the Observatory of Cambridge by the members of the Gun Club:
Any objections to the question should be noted on the record and out of the presence of the jury;
Non-significant differences were noted between groups in response to the question as to whether or not either photographed girl was in special-education.
Searching the literature was time-consuming and did not yield an answer to the question. Although time-consuming and sometimes not fruitful, the process is an important one.
"Some of the team got into minor disagreements about the answer to the question. But honestly Barry, most of us felt slightly embarrassed that we did not have a specific answer to the question.
Here, then again, is the answer to the question asked of Jesus by the lawyer: How do we inherit eternity?
Such evaluation will deal with the following issues: the attention given to the environment in the AHDR, the AHDR's environmental paradigm, the analytical value of the AHDR, the comprehensiveness of the issues outlined in the AHDR, the strategies advocated in the AHDR, and it will finally refer to the question of the environment within the framework of the Middle East peace process, a dimension which was bypassed in the AHDR.
They seek the best solution to the question they ask with the hope of achieving the best possible individual development.
As this same transition also inspired the rise of modern political movements and mass organizations, particularly those of a patriotic and nationalist flavor, women's participation in them automatically drew unprecedented attention to the question of women's roles in the modern and variously imagined Polish nation and civil society.