The earnestness in Vittoria’s voice was even more disarming than the inquiry.
Postponing the ceremony before it starts is grounds alone for an inquiry, but after the doors are sealed nothing intervenes.
Media inquiries were never routed to Kohler’s office, so the incoming calls could only be one thing.
Back at CERN, Sylvie Baudeloque was frantically trying to keep track of all the licensing inquiries coming in on Kohler’s voice mail.
A statement read by Mr. Kohler’s assistant in Geneva, Sylvie Baudeloque, announced this morning that CERN’s board of directors, although enthusiastic about antimatter’s potential, are suspending all research and licensing until further inquiries into its safety can be examined.
Skeletons in a Pope’s closet were dangerous, and prior to elections, secret inquiries into a candidate’s background were carried out by a lone cardinal who served as the "Devil’s Advocate"-that individual responsible for unearthing reasons why the eligible cardinals should not become Pope.
There are no more uses of "inquiry" in the book.
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They created a commission of inquiry to look into the matter.
The official inquiry has ended, but the press continues to ask questions.