from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To come upon, often by accident; meet with.
- intransitive verb To come upon or discover by searching or making an effort.
- intransitive verb To discover or ascertain through observation, experience, or study.
- intransitive verb To perceive to be, after experience or consideration.
- intransitive verb To experience or feel.
- intransitive verb To recover (something lost).
- intransitive verb To recover the use of; regain.
- intransitive verb To succeed in reaching; arrive at.
- intransitive verb To obtain or acquire by effort.
- intransitive verb To decide on and make a declaration about.
- intransitive verb To furnish; supply.
- intransitive verb To bring (oneself) to an awareness of what one truly wishes to be and do in life.
- intransitive verb To perceive (oneself) to be in a specific place or condition.
- intransitive verb To come to a legal decision or verdict.
- noun The act of finding.
- noun Something that is found, especially an unexpectedly valuable discovery.
from The Century Dictionary.
- To discover scent or game: said of dogs in the field.
- noun A discovery of something valuable; the thing found: as, a find in the gold-fields; finds of prehistoric tools. The use of find as a noun has become common only since its application in recent times to discoveries of archæological remains.
- To discover by sight or feeling; come or light upon, either by seeking or unexpectedly; encounter or meet with for the first time.
- To discover by methodical means; ascertain or make out by systematic exploration, trial, or study: as, to
findbottom by sounding; to find a bullet in a wound by probing; an effort to find the philosopher's stone; to find one's way in the dark; to find the answer to a problem.
- To discover the use of, or the way to make or use; invent; devise.
- To discover or ascertain by experience; learn from observation or sensation: as, the climate was found to be unpropitious; to find a friend in a supposed enemy.
- To succeed in attaining; gain by effort: as, to
findleisure for a visit; to find safety in flight.
- To come to or into by natural causes or by force of circumstances; arrive at; reach: as, water finds its level; the picture found its way to the auction-room.
- To detect; catch: commonly with out. See
to find out, below.
- In law, to determine after judicial inquiry: as, the jury found him guilty; to find a verdict for the plaintiff.
- To supply; provide; furnish: as, to
findmoney or provisions for an expedition.
- To support; maintain; provide for: followed by the direct object of the person (often reflexive), with in, formerly also
with, before the thing provided: as, to receive ten dollars a week and find one's self.
- To compose; set in order; arrange.
- To reach home to; take the fancy of; appeal to the taste or liking of.
- See def. 10.
- In law, to determine an issue after judicial inquiry; direct judgment on the merits or facts of a case: as, the jury finds for the plaintiff.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- transitive verb To meet with, or light upon, accidentally; to gain the first sight or knowledge of, as of something new, or unknown; hence, to fall in with, as a person.
- transitive verb To learn by experience or trial; to perceive; to experience; to discover by the intellect or the feelings; to detect; to feel.
- transitive verb To come upon by seeking.
- transitive verb To discover by sounding.
- transitive verb To discover by study or experiment direct to an object or end.
- transitive verb To gain, as the object of desire or effort.
- transitive verb To attain to; to arrive at; to acquire.
- transitive verb To provide for; to supply; to furnish
- transitive verb To arrive at, as a conclusion; to determine as true; to establish
- transitive verb to detect (a thief); to discover (a secret) -- to solve or unriddle (a parable or enigma); to understand.
- transitive verb to blame; to censure.
- transitive verb to be; to fare; -- often used in speaking of health
- intransitive verb (Law) To determine an issue of fact, and to declare such a determination to a court.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
PetrusTherefore, within probably 4-6 months after stepping on the major sites, Vivendi would find itself faced with an operation that it wouldn't be able to *find*, much less shut down.
Therefore, within probably 4-6 months after stepping on the major sites, Vivendi would find itself faced with an operation that it wouldn't be able to *find*, much less shut down.
If you use the MasterPage, the best way to find the client behavior is using the BehaviorID as the $find method's parameter:
The $find ( "behaviorid") is to find the SliderShow's client behavior, if you debug the script, you will find there are many useful UIs and client functions to operate it.
SendMessage, EM_SCROLLCARET: = 0xB7, 0, 0, Edit2, ahk_id % ControlID% offset: = pos + addToPos + Strlen (find) lastFind = % find% hits++
Under ´Utilities´ you will find quotations, resequencing exercises and ´find the missing word´ passages.
If you've created the component you're able to use $find function to find it.
If you find her "He reined around to the open, where he had his choice of Reidi's attendants, and called back:" find me at their headquarters! "