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 [serch]
1. to probe or investigate.
2. a probe or investigation.
literature search a search intended to create a customized bibliography that treats aspects of a research, scholarly, or topical literature of interest.
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1, the moderators of a group (group members with highest rank) are the searchers who exist for a long period with good search history and exhaustive information in that domain.
GF: I've always loved The Searchers since I first saw it as a kid and I've seen it many times since.
The around Rs 1,200-proposal for procuring the UAVs will bolster the Israeli-origin Heron and Searcher fleet of the force which deploys them on both the eastern and western sectors, they said.
Widely considered the best in legendary filmmaker John Ford's storied career (which includes The Grapes of Wrath, and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance), The Searchers has a history that runs much deeper than its screenplay by film critic Frank Nugent, which was based on a novel by Alan LeMay.
The Searchers were founded by John McNally in the late 50s as a skiffle/rock and roll group in the Kirkdale district of Liverpool.
Combined with anecdotes and reminiscences, The Searchers present a self-contained concert which includes all their hits, plus many of their original album recordings, B-sides and a selection of other favourites.
Searchers may return to the area if new information or evidence is developed, officials said.
The extreme searcher's Internet handbook; a guide for the serious searcher, 3d ed.
With total record sales well in excess of 40 million, their recent compilation album The Very Best of The Searchers, which includes all of their hits, has seen a recent return to the UK charts.
determine the calibre of searchers that patronize the National Archives of Nigeria;
Topping the bill and on the tour for an incredible 11th time are the legends that are The Searchers, still with original guitarist John McNally and bassist/singer since 1964 Frank Allen.