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- v. Present participle of delve.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Digging.
- n. Figuratively, search; laborious investigation; research.
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The second motivation for writing this novel was that I was interested in delving into a rich, and for many, foreign strand of American Jewish life.
Those interested in delving deeper can consult Camp's specialized works on many of the themes presented, such as the recruitment of political leadership and popular political attitudes.
Readers with an interest in delving deeper may come away disappointed.
And I bow to your magical mesmeric powers of ESP, in delving into the subconscious of the dead spirits, drawing forth the knowledgeses that they only thought they were religiously motivated.
Municipal records from three cities and private business records from individual traders and family firms also hold considerable promise as sources of data for future researchers interested in delving deeper into the connected histories of these three markets.
As I think of these places I am again delving into their world, trying on their suffering, searching for an understanding of the strengths that allow them to go on, when I, who am blessed beyond the dreams of some of these people, might choose to pitch life and its profound sorrow.
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[Those interested in delving into Mr. Wilson's role in this tale can read the delightful savaging provided by Christopher Hitchens, a self-admitted former Trotskyite, in 2004, and in 2006.]
Still, each case study is satisfying, and Gladwell imparts his own evident pleasure in delving into a wide range of fields and seeking an underlying truth.
I have found all three movies absolutely charming, but I'm simply not interested in delving any deeper into the HP mythos.
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