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seeker

a probe or sound; a long thin rod used to probe the opening or a tract or a cavity in order to determine its direction, source or depth.
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The wiser effort would have been to diffuse thought and imagination through the opaque substance of to-day, and thus to make it a bright transparency; to spiritualise the burden that began to weigh so heavily; to seek, resolutely, the true and indestructible value that lay hidden in the petty and wearisome incidents, and ordinary characters with which I was now conversant.
In the meanwhile, I was to seek out a lawyer, who was an Appin Stewart, and a man therefore to be wholly trusted; and it should be his part to find a ship and to arrange for Alan's safe embarkation.
28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Seek Thermal, creators of heat-seeking tools to help save time, money and lives, announced today that its debut, award-winning line of Compact thermal imaging cameras is now available in Europe for both iPhone and Android smartphone users.
An investigation into an incident at Modern Flooring, Tir Llwyd Industrial Estate, Kimmel Bay, on October 16, has led police to seek the assistance of the people in picture nine.
The SEEK subsidiary SEEK Asia first bought a 10% stake in JobStreet, and lifted its stake in JobStreet to 21.
In all the other districts, Democrats seek to replace Republicans, whether incumbents or not.
First term ends 2007, and seeking re-election; no plans to seek a third term.
Bill A4331 seeks to amend the existing eminent domain law.
Pantaleo details how children make connections and fill in gaps to gain the "information" they seek, which is a story that makes sense to them.
Insurers invariably seek to rescind policies containing such representations or warranties when faced with securities fraud claims based upon financial statements incorporated by reference into the application or the policy.
husbands, sons) may experience similar levels of burden and depression as found for females; yet, these male caregivers are less likely to seek assistance or admit their adversities (Kaye & Applegate, 1997; Yee & Schultz, 1999).
Revise Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements (ACSA): This initiative would seek authority to expand current legislation to provide a greater degree of flexibility in establishing ACSAs with nations and international organizations.