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  • However, in the third quarter, Kansas would score an unanswered touchdown to take the lead at 21-17.
  • But if we accept the explosion theory, with its corollary that minor explosions followed the principal one, we have still an unanswered question before us: What caused the explosions? Cited from Curiosities of the Sky, by Garrett Serviss
  • After almost two hard-fought rounds, Khalidov stopped Guida on the feet with an unanswered torrent of punches.
  • It was an unanswered query, whether it was because of ignorance or courage, she braved displeasure, and followed the strange man to a strange country. Cited from The House of the Misty Star, by Fannie Caldwell Macaulay
  • The voice had departed; and the terrors of her position returned with gathered force in the desolation of redoubled silence that closes around an unanswered question. Cited from Malcolm, by George MacDonald
  • Ascott's life was as yet an unanswered query. Cited from Mistress and Maid, by Dinah Craik [AKA Miss Mulock]
  • Who had the money to squander on help from without, when, within, if there were not enough hands for the work, then the work itself, like an unanswered letter, slipped into that dead place of unremembered things where nothing matters any more? Cited from The White Riband, by Fryniwyd Tennyson Jesse
  • Sapp was defeated at the 55 second mark of the first round by TKO after receiving an unanswered torrent of punches.
  • Chivalry was not a thing she neglected; it was a thing that tormented her as any bully is tormented by an unanswered challenge. Cited from The Crimes of England, by G.K. Chesterton
  • This concerned Bean, who wrote an unanswered letter to Treloar in July 1943 offering to help organise the collection of more items.
  • He hurt Green several times in the fight, and the ref had finally seen enough after an unanswered salvo of punches from Sergio in the 7th round.
  • Amy had heard Cousin Barbara's views more than once, when a missing shoe button, a torn glove, or an unanswered note, claimed immediate attention. Cited from Mildred's Inheritance, by Annie Fellows Johnston
  • This is an unanswered question for the RFP and will give insight on whether or not this type of machine could be scaled up to a cost effective, efficient fusion reactor.
  • It is an unanswered problem, How they can resist the enormous pressure to which they must be there subjected, amounting, not infrequently, to several tons to the square inch. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 8, No. 47, September, 1861, by Various
  • Whether Marvell Technology Group, the producer of the wireless chip set and owner of the current meshing protocol software, will make the firmware open source is still an unanswered question.
  • The quote was the basis of an unanswered question in the grand final of series nine - the beast, the monk, the prose, the passion, to which the answer was Only Connect.
  • Footnote 127: How much we are indebted to the Norman love of pageantry for the development of the drama in England is an unanswered question. Cited from English Literature, by William J. Long
  • Championnet, who had given an unanswered ultimatum to Mack on December 3, ordered reconnaissance of the enemy position and especially Capua.
  • The immediate cause of my writing, however, was turning out my pocket and finding therein an unanswered letter of yours containing a scrap on which is a request for a photograph, which I am afraid I overlooked. Cited from Thomas Henry Huxley Vol.1, by Leonard Huxley
  • The Lithuanians kept within striking distance throughout the first half, but an unanswered 10-0 USA run at the beginning of the third quarter sealed a return to the final for the USA.
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