Whether he can do it on the national stage is the unanswered question.
As with any good mystery, there will always be unanswered questions surrounding the case.
unanswered, in any news report I could find, is whether the baker's union has been rescued as well.
But at the end of the day, we will still have unanswered questions, unresolved emotions.
Instead of opposing health-care reform, Republicans need to highlight these unanswered questions.
She tried to tell herself that her present difficulties, like the unanswered letters, would manage and answer themselves.
The seconds ran to minutes, and the dreadful question was unanswered.
Their call, however, was unanswered and at last both boys were convinced that they had lost the location of the motor-boat.
In short, we began by asking a question, and must end by leaving it unanswered.
How much we are indebted to the Norman love of pageantry for the development of the drama in England is an unanswered question.
Old English andswaru "an answer, a reply," from and- "against" (see ante) + -swaru "affirmation," from swerian "to swear" (see swear), suggesting an original sense of "make a sworn statement rebutting a charge." A common Germanic compound (cf. Old Saxon antswor, Old Norse andsvar, Old Frisian ondser, Danish and Swedish ansvar), implying a Proto-Germanic *andswara-. Meaning "a reply to a question," the main modern sense, was present in Old English. Meaning "solution of a problem" is from c.1300.
Old English answarian "to answer;" see answer (n.). Meaning "to respond in antiphony" is from early 15c.; that of "to be responsible for" is early 13c. Related: Answered; answering. The telephone answering machine is from 1961.