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searcher

 [serch´er]
an instrument (a sound) used in examining the bladder for calculi.

search·er

(serch'ĕr),
A sound form used to determine the presence of a calculus in the bladder.

search·er

(sĕr'chĕr)
A form of sound or exploratory probe used to determine the presence of a calculus in the bladder.

searcher

1. an instrument (a sound) used in examining the bladder for calculi; called also stone searcher.
2. a farrier's tool for excavating a small hole in the sole of the hoof in a search for a puncture site. Has a slightly curved blade with a sharp cutting hook at the end. Resembles a hoof knife but the blade is much narrower.
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To further complement the 2D regional survey, offshore Mexico, Searcher has developed a multi-client Basin Analysis Report of Mexico, the US and surrounds, which is available now to assist companies with their exploration efforts in the area.
In the executive summary of "Psychology of the Searcher," Safran states that "keyword tools generally do a poor job of offering suggestions for more specific (long tail) queries.
The Army was the first to induct UAVs in the 90s starting with Searcher Mark I and Searcher Mark II, which could operate at an altitude of 15,000 feet and finally the Heron, which can operate at 30,000 feet.
The Searcher is available with eye-catching light green metallic paintwork, a cream and brown full leather interior, chrome front grille and door handles, roof rails, black bezel headlights, front and rear mud flaps as well as 18-inch silver alloy wheels.
Like athletes, Internet searchers need to keep up with changes in the game.
To compare these expert searcher sets with the content expert sets, the "Cited Reference" feature of ISI's Web of Knowledge was used to determine the number of times each article in these sets and in the Health IT Bibliography had been cited.
Considering the unique nature of archival materials, their handling requires some measure of maturity which only a searcher of matured mind is presumed to be in position to offer.
Techniques for publishing, organizing, and accessing content are changing rapidly as a result of new technological developments, the competitive information marketplace, and the growing sophistication of searchers.
Each profile is designed to allow the searcher to easily grasp what the engine has to offer and how to take advantage of it.
The searcher supplies an image, such as a rug pattern, and the software finds a similar image.
Taking a transitional job may also be strategic in that it allows a searcher the financial freedom to wait for even better permanent job offers and allows the searcher to avoid any negative stigma associated with unemployment.