Definitions

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  • proper n. a model of Ford automobile

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Examples

  • I was going to have a poll here, but Japan Probe is ahead of me there too!

    Does your wife do this too?

  • At the time, Ford was using the name Probe (as in investigation, research, etc …) for a few concepts it had in the works and decided to slap the name on the

    Wired Top Stories

  • After dinner, I played a few rounds of a long-lost Parker Brothers game called Probe (calm down -- it's merely a word game, a combination of "Wheel of Fortune" and Go Fish).

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  • Washington Post: Bribery Plea in Probe of Firm With Murtha Ties

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Wednesday, July 8, 2009

  • WSJ: House Ex-Staffer Caught in Probe; Arms-Control Group Tied to Kremlin Paid Wife of Weldon Aide

    POLITICAL HOT TOPICS: Tuesday, June 10, 2008

  • He has served as Chairman of Pollution Probe, is a director of both the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee and the Canadian Environmental Law Research Foundation, and is on the Fisheries Research Board of Canada.

    Universities—Some Crises of Misunderstanding

  • So part of my science news diet consists of daily new pictures from the HiRISE Probe, which is currently returning photos of the surface of Mars.

    Water, water…. somewhere? « Imaginary Potential

  • In fact, there's a probe, the Hoigons (ph) Probe, which is a scientific probe developed to do just that.

    CNN Transcript Oct 27, 2004

  • Went to the post office to pick up my new effect: I'd found a guy selling a Z-Vex Volume Probe, which is essentially the volume control of a theremin built with 1/4 in and out jacks that Zachary no longer makes due to too little demand reasonable.

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  • Toyota Faces U.S. Recall Probe With Lobbying Budget Bigger Than Chrysler's Toyota Motor Corp. is armed with one of the auto industry's biggest lobbying budgets as it faces U.S. government and congressional inquiries into millions of vehicles recalled for sudden acceleration.

    Bloomberg

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