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- "21 Questions" is a song performed by American rapper 50 Cent and Nate Dogg. The song was written by 50 Cent, K. Risto, J. Cameron, and V. Cameron for 50 Cent's commercial debut album Get Rich or Die Tryin'. Released in 2003 as the album's second single, it became his second number one song in the United States, after "In Da Club". It reached #6 on the UK Singles Chart while "In Da Club" was at No. 23, giving him the rare feat of having two singles in the Top 30 at the same time. The track was produced by Dirty Swift of Midi Mafia and samples elements from Barry White's "It's Only Love Doing Its Thing". The song is also known as the "big dropper" due to the fact it dropped from the top slot of the Hot 100 in its last week as number one down to number fifteen, making it the first song in Billboard Hot 100 history to fall from the top slot out of the top 10. The next week it dropped to 32 and then 2 weeks later it dropped completely off the Hot 100.
- "21 Questions" is a musical single of 50 Cent.
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by Amy Wenzel
For example, at a clinic focusing on assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders, a clinician might begin a session by asking the 21 questions from the Beck Anxiety Inventory. Although these predetermined questions would be used to ...
by Genie Gertz, Patrick Boudreault
The 21 questions included in the SHHI assess an individual's hearing perception in three different but common situations: speaking with another individual in a quiet place, such as at home, and then in a noisy place, such as in the market; ...
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