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  • noun Plural form of exploration.

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Examples

  • Its legacy now, perhaps in the best spirit of all great explorations, is how it speaks to the private imaginations, dreams, inspirations, of those of us who watched and learned what is possible ...

    Remembering Apollo 11 and the Legacy of Apollo - NASA Watch

  • The best examples of this are found in explorations of manufactured colors. reference Even without widespread acceptance of new theories in chemistry — assumptions about elements, or measurement, or phlogiston-based theories of coloration — the focus on colormaking as a chemical operation grew during the eighteenth century.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • The wonderment is found in explorations of the human condition.

    telling people what to write

  • The wonderment is found in explorations of the human condition.

    Archive 2004-12-01

  • He is such a thorough clergyman, and never had my imagination; he calls my explorations

    Potterism A Tragi-Farcical Tract

  • * Extensive tips and techniques for making students feel at ease and eager to learn * Convenient teacher directions include how to introduce the lesson, multicultural connections, word explorations, estensions, and instructions for using the same activity at a variety of levels.

    ESL Building English Proficiency, Gr2-3 « Books « Literacy News

  • And the teaching conglomerate was originally supposed to span the east coast, pulling teachers from all the states that I had been a part of, like DC, North Carolina, Virginia and New York, and pulling them into these teaching situations, so this summer will be our initial launching of dance explorations, which is our summer intensive in Raleigh, North Carolina.

    Buzzine » Christal Brown Interview

  • It would require a great effort of memory to recall my explorations in at all the proper order.

    The Time Machine, by H. G. Wells

  • Some of my explorations are a big drain on the corporations.

    Fatal Tide

  • It would require a great effort of memory to recall my explorations in at all the proper order.

    Science Fiction Hall of Fame

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