- v. Simple past tense and past participle of delve.
“In briefing President Barack Obama one day this spring, White House economist Jared Bernstein delved into such arcana as the yields on different forms of credit relative to the risk.”
“Senator John McCain delved on Sunday into remarks made by Senator Barack Obama’s former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah A. Wright Jr., saying it was “beyond belief” that Mr. Wright had likened the Romans at the time of Jesus’ crucifixion to the Marines and had suggested that the United States was acting like Al Qaeda under a different color flag.”
“So, yeah, I just kind of delved into how I could relate to this girl and then kind of just built her from there.”
“I found it fascinating that Meltzer kind of delved into how the heroes of the DC Universe handle the thought of the so-called “real” end of the world.”
“So there are those who say authorities should have looked at this closer and you know, kind of delved deeper into it instead of dismissing it as nothing.”
“Someone who has kind of delved into this and studied it quite a bit, Darrell Dawsey, he wrote "Living to Tell about It.”
“And what we found out, you know, as we kind of delved further into the story that, you know, our parents basically gave up nine of us and we went to various, you know, homes, different religions, you know, different last names.”
“Billie was one that I had not kind of delved into, and I was approached by a record label to do Billie Holliday - especially the early [recordings].”
“Then spin-off "SVU" delved into its detective's personal lives, and thrived.”
“It didn't resemble anything I'd read and understood of HPL when some years earlier I'd delved into his letters (the original Selected Letters by Arkham House).”
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