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explore

(ĭk-splôr′)
v. ex·plored, ex·ploring, ex·plores
v.tr.
1. To investigate systematically; examine: explore every possibility.
2. Medicine To examine (a body cavity or interior part) for diagnostic purposes, especially by surgery.
v.intr.
To make a careful examination or search: scientists who have been known to explore in this region of the earth.

explore

(eks-plōr)
In dentistry, the use of an instrument and tactile skill to examine the surface texture of a tooth.
[L. ex-ploro, to investigate, fr. ex-, out, + ploro, to deplore, weep over]

explore,

v to investigate.
References in classic literature ?
With this view, after exploring without success a little glen near us, we crossed several of the ridges of which I have before spoken; and about noon found ourselves ascending a long and gradually rising slope, but still without having discovered any place adapted to our purpose.
My second lieutenant, who was to have joined the exploring party, has had a fall on the ice.
I have already, if you remember, expressed my doubts whether you are strong enough to make one of an exploring party.
Over the merciless white snow--under the merciless black sky--the exploring party began to move.
Instead, through Explore Your Hunger we prove that exploring your food cravings and working with them is essential to the healing process.
The Global Explore team is partnered with five certified local Cambodian tour guides to guarantee your privacy and comfort while exploring the the Angkor ruins and surrounding area.
Though Schiller's fascination with crime and criminals has bee previously explored at length, his views concerning punishment have received comparatively less scrutiny in the past; Crime, Aesthetics, and the Poetics of Punishment remedies the omission, exploring how Schiller consciously discredited retribution, his question of whether murder can ever be constructed to be "good", and the expression of Schillers thoughts and points of debate through his famous plays including "Maria Stuart", "Wilhelm Tell", and "The Maid of Orleans".
In particular, the role of spirituality and religion may be especially important to clients from diverse cultures, and counselors should be aware of this when exploring a client's support system (Cervantes & Parham, 2005).
Exploring Mormon Thought: The Problems Of Theism And The Love Of God by Blake T.
Their article compares and contrasts two community service learning courses in Florida and Michigan, exploring the differences and similarities between practical approaches, goals and outcomes in the two, using concepts of social capital and capacity building in building effective partnerships between universities and community organizations.
An excellent full-length CD to assist the reader with exploring Part 3 accompanies the book.
Fisher, Eric Schlosser, Thomas Moore, Elizabeth Johnson, Diane Ackerman, George McGovern, and Wendell Berry, readers will enjoy Michael Schut's Food and Faith: Justice, Joy, and Daily Bread (Living the Good News) as an anthology exploring the spirituality, economics, and politics of food.