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- v. Present participle of investigate.
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- n. the work of inquiring into something thoroughly and systematically.
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- n. the work of inquiring into something thoroughly and systematically
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Waxman, Conyers, et al. made it clear before the last election that if they regained control, they would spend the term investigating the Administration for whatever they could, regardless really of merit.
Though he shot films in Boston, Chicago, Toronto, London, Paris, and in Texas, New Mexico and Louisiana but never in Hollywood, Lumet made his name investigating the rough edges of the city he grew up and old in.
I think the thing that the news people should be investigating is Rahm's connection with Michael Moore (through his brother the doctor in California) and Moveon. org.
Where is the FTC and the CFTC in investigating this fraud?
The law allocates $5 million a year to the Justice Department to assist local communities in investigating hate crimes, and it would allow the agency to assist in investigations and prosecutions if local agencies requested help.
Physics Institute, was interested in investigating the physics of light and its interactions with pigments in both vegetable material and in humans.
This I thought no more than natural, considering the part I had played in investigating the case of Jackson's arm.
Given that there was some expectation of privacy, this expectation would have to be balanced against the legitimate interests of the state in investigating crime.
I delighted in investigating the facts relative to the actual world; she busied herself in following the aërial creations of the poets.
They invest countless man-hours, dollars and other resources in investigating and pursuing innovation.