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questionary

(ˈkwɛstʃənərɪ) or

quaestionary

n, pl -naries
1. obsolete someone who questions
2. obsolete someone who pardons
3. a treatise or list of questions
adj
4. inquisitive
5. consisting of questions

Questionary

 a collection of questions, 1541. Also, questionnaire.
Translations

questionary

[ˈkwestʃənərɪ] Ncuestionario m, encuesta f

questionary

n (esp Med) → Fragebogen m
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The Firm Shall Submit Questionaries Of Annexure-1,Performance Curve,Performance Data, Bee Certificate And Technical Data/Leaflet As Per Cee/Nr Specification Of The Offered Pump Along With Offer.
Authors reviewed all herbal products in the questionaries for echinacea as an ingredient and classified exposure as use during pregnancy (total), early pregnancy (conception to week 17) and later pregnancy (week 17 to delivery).
Despite the relevance of the results found in this study, some limitations should be highlighted: i) the lack of more physical tests, such as flexibility and coordination tests, applied in the analysis of physical performance, ii) the use of self-reported diseases questionaries (arthritis, osteoarthritis, herniated disc, back pain and scoliosis), which may underestimated or overestimated prevalence rates and, iii) the prevalence osteoporotic fractures is not available, since this factor may manage the effect of osteoporosis on physical performance.
That said, we have addressed all issues that could be discerned, most of which we identified in face-to-face meetings, press releases, in the two negative enhancement findings made in 2014, and in the two USF&WS questionaries to Zimbabwe National Parks.
A common part of the questionaries adressed to experts and novices was constituted by a set of tasks, from a basic use of the spreadsheet, as a mere calculator, to a more interesting use of the spreadsheet potentialities (based on research situations mentioned in [6], [3], or [18], and analysed by their authors as being positive for mathematics learning).
Researchers also asked students to fill out questionaries on the experience.
Although 400 questionaries were distributed accidntally, based on population and sexual ratio in every zone.