from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Detailed; thorough: an in-depth study.

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  • adj. Thorough and widespread


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  • This is a problem that extends beyond the scope of this book; this writer needs to do long term work on character development and is best referred to an in-depth study of characterization there are many books on this alone.

    The First Five Pages

  • The manuscript itself was built from a series of in-depth interviews with David Hage, a superb editor at the Minneapolis Star Tribune, who served as my cowriter and became my comrade through three years of research and writing.

    The Good Fight

  • In America and the Challenges of Religious Diversity, Robert Wuthnow summarizes a series of in-depth interviews with people who have experienced this inadvertent contact with someone of a different religion.

    American Grace

  • So, yet further ado, let's take an in-depth demeanour as this erotically appealing foe which receives little or no airtime any some-more in a United States (although which might be changing), yet which is utterly popular elsewhere.

    Archive 2009-11-01

  • Investors will still be expected to submit certain in-depth information about their financial histories, such as tax returns and loan histories, among other details, according to regulatory filings.

    News for Brokers, Wealth Managers and Their Clients

  • At Omega's in-depth weekend workshop, "Resilience: A Retreat for Women," these leaders in wellness took us out to the edge and suggested that we take a leap off the well-worn paths we all travel.

    Jennifer La Lima-Ortmuller: Celebrating Our Inner Fools

  • In Canada, federal privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart launched an important new P2P site specifically to provide detailed and in-depth information on DPI, a, “seemingly neutral technological application that can have a significant impact on privacy rights and other basic civil liberties, especially as market forces, the enthusiasm of technologists and the influence of national security interests grow stronger”.

    121Media/Phorm and Wings over Moscow

  • For an in-depth, in detail analysis, “If Choruss abandons the time-tested approach of licensing and relies instead on covenants not to sue, it will facilitate a brazen money grab by the major labels it represents, leaving songwriters, recording artists and music publishers empty-handed, and college students holding the bag,” wrote Bennett Lincoff, an intellectual property law attorney, consultant and author.

    Warner Music’s Choruss, revisited

  • Will they also demand the company ` s new owner turn over records of individual cases for detailed and in-depth scrutiny?

    RIAA backs out of Amurao

  • Starring Rich Sommer and Amy Smart, Mr. Stache also screens as part of the Mix Tape Short Film Program, as well as at this mustache-themed premiere where the stars will join Schaeffer for an in-depth conversation.

    Brad Balfour: AmEx Chief Marketer John Hayes Promotes Short Filmmaking at TFF 2011


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