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there is no question of something happening/somebody doing something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthere is no question of something happening/somebody doing somethingthere is no question of something happening/somebody doing somethingIMPOSSIBLEused to say that there is no possibility of something happening There is no question of the project being postponed. question
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there is no question of something happening/somebody doing somethingEach has much to offer to the other and there is no question of one tradition being right and the other wrong.Even if the practice overspends its funds, there is no question of patients not getting the treatment they need.Since there is no means of changing the weather, there is no question of protest.This again suggests that the boys may have been in the wrong, which there is no question of in Ballantyne.This particularly applies where there is no question of a divorced previous spouse.This phenomenon is distinct from onomatopoeia - it is sometimes called sound symbolism: there is no question of auditory resemblance.Yet there is no question of one's hair rising.
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