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1. He stated that he had never seen the respondent.
2. She divorced the respondent on the grounds of unreasonable behaviour.
3. The respondent may also adduce argument.
4. The respondent took this opportunity to add an entry on the computer which gave a 70 percent. discount on the sale.
5. This is the respondent who, though concerned about interparty marriage, is indifferent about election campaigns.
6. By this time the respondent had loaded the goods into a van and rejoined Mr. A. in the key department.
7. The respondent took this opportunity to add an entry on the computer which gave a 70% discount on the sale.
8. Keep lists short or show the respondent a card with the relevant items.
9. For example, a leading question may take the respondent outside the bounds of the context of everyday life.
10. By that time the respondent had loaded the machine into his van and had rejoined his employer in the key department.
11. Respondent: No I wouldn't, I wouldn't class them as being Northumbrians.
12. The assistant returned to see the respondent carrying the goods towards the main exit and loading them into a van.
13. Respondent, echoing the courts below, labels it a racial quota.
14. Both interviewer and respondent are allowed much greater leeway in asking and answering questions than is the case with the structured interview.
15. They must first order the respondent to abate the nuisance.
16. It also enabled an assessment of the adequacy of the provisions in the eyes of the respondent.
17. One of the most difficult problems in depth interviewing is that of establishing a rapport between respondent and interviewer.sentencedict.com/respondent.html
18. To maintain rapport in a postal survey we must always put ourselves in the position of the respondent.
19. On 20 March 1989 papers were served on the respondent.
20. The industrial tribunals have become arenas in which there is inequality between applicant and respondent.
21. Other questions were designed to elicit information about extent of Creole use as perceived by the respondent.
22. It is prepared in such a manner that the questions are asked in exactly the same way of every respondent.
23. The interview schedule or questionnaire mean that the researcher is setting limits to what the respondent can say.
24. This omission, which now seems curious, was based upon the conventional notion of the organism as respondent.
25. What are the particular problems in market research of recording respondent attitudes and opinions?
26. The only assistant on duty at the time was Mr. S., with whom the respondent had previously worked.
27. I do not know quite what at that time was the stance adopted by W.'s aunt as first respondent.
28. The questionnaire should be attractively printed and spaced to achieve a good layout and make things easy for the respondent.
29. What information is the questionnaire intended to elicit from the respondent?
30. Mr. S. returned just in time to see the respondent carrying the goods towards the door.
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