- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of explore.
“This title explores the huge range of Sigma lenses for digital SLR cameras and explains how precision engineering helps photographers to maximise their creativity by fulfilling the full potential of the equipment.”
“This title explores the many battalions in service to the British.”
“What Frankenstein explores is the extimacy of the world of books, at once exterior to the subject and yet a vital part of inner life and interior processes. [”
“Humanity explores is a perfect reason for MY pet program.”
“Yet as David Laskin explores in The Long Way Home: An American Journey from Ellis Island to the Great War, the influx of Italians, Poles, Slavs and Jews has become a golden age thanks to the perspective of a century of history.”
“ Yet as David Laskin explores in The Long Way Home: An American Journey from Ellis Island to the Great War , the influx of Italians, Poles, Slavs and Jews has become a golden age thanks to the perspective of a century of history.”
“One of the things that the book explores is how early Native American societies were often able to overcome their hostile environment without destroying it.”
“In Dark Awakenings, author and scholar Matt Cardin explores this primal intersection between religion and horror in seven stories and three academic papers that pose a series of disturbing questions: What if the spiritual awakening coveted by so many religious seekers is in fact the ultimate doom?”
“Wooden Mirror by Daniel Rozin explores the line between analog and digital.”
“The film may have headlong gun battles down dark alleys and range across borders in as the characters follow each other through the West, but what it really explores is the human soul: How we live, how we die, what we regret, what we fear.”
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