interrogation point


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interrogation point

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ques′tion mark`


n.
1. Also called interrogation point. a mark indicating a question: usu., as in English, the mark (?) placed after a question.
2. something unanswered or unknown.
[1865–70]
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Noun1.interrogation point - a punctuation mark (?) placed at the end of a sentence to indicate a questioninterrogation point - a punctuation mark (?) placed at the end of a sentence to indicate a question
punctuation mark, punctuation - the marks used to clarify meaning by indicating separation of words into sentences and clauses and phrases
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References in classic literature ?
He is known about the ship as the "Interrogation Point," and this by constant use has become shortened to "Interrogation." He has distinguished himself twice already.
Detention facilities in which detainees were held at the behest of the CIA include the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI)'s detention facility in Karachi, which was allegedly used as an initial detention and interrogation point before detainees were transferred to other prisons.
The first is that "most RFID data is worthless." Some of the data collected at an interrogation point is not useful to the organization that collected it, but someone else in the supply chain has a need or potential need.