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  • n. Plural form of research.
  • v. Third person singular simple present of to research.

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Examples

  • A study conducted by researches from the Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging at University College London put participants in a situation in which they had to play referee making a sports call — judging if a tennis ball is in or out.

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  • Protozoa, the regulations of the Nobel Foundation oblige me to give a summary of my main researches on this question.

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  • Whipple's main researches were concerned with anaemia and the physiology and pathology of the liver.

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  • He had accepted, naturally, simply to further his contacts in the fairly substantial social circles through which the order's various members moved; but thought of their so-called researches left him smiling.

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  • The chief difficulty which every would-be commentator meets in his researches is the fact that Napoleon never really formulated a precise system of war—at least not on paper.

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  • M. first thought was to influence him to do the deed himself, but, recalling the researches of M. Charcot in these matters, I came to the conclusion that such a course would be almost certain to lead to detection, since a hypnotic subject can only be depended upon so long as the conditions under which he acts are precisely those which have been suggested to him.

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