- v. Simple past tense and past participle of investigate.
“Oh come one AK907 being investigated is not the same as convicted, and make funds available to non profits is not the same as giveing ACORN money.”
“What needs to be investigated is how our tax dollars came to be used to fund the left wing of the Democrat party in the first place.”
“Being investigated is wearying and unpleasant enough all by itself.”
“Lynndie England's bad luck is that the Abu Ghraib "abuses" (if we want to use such a meagre word for what amounts to torture and murder) are still mostly being investigated from the bottom up, with - so the official narrative goes - everything just being a case of a few "bad apples".”
“Here, the trust being investigated is the reliability or usefulness of the information provided by the site, I believe.”
“When one of the arguments on why it canâ€ ™ t be investigated is because it is all classified, the first step would be to unclassify it so it can be investigated.”
“This requirement of secrecy makes some sense if the person investigated is a terrorist suspect; it makes much less sense if the person being investigated is a reporter or a member of the public whom the FBI does not actually believe is associated with terrorism or espionage.”
“It's worth a journalist at least investigating, and the way we get it investigated, is to put it out there.”
“This little tiny object, according to quantum mechanics and according to all the work by which the neutron has been investigated, is simultaneously a particle and a wave.”
“The CFCs are compounds similar to others that Sherry and I had investigated from the point of view of molecular dynamics; we were familiar with their chemical properties, but not with their atmospheric chemistry.”
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