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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 Seeker Aircraft is a one-of-a-kind, purpose-built light observation aircraft specifically designed and developed for aerial surveillance missions.
Not to leave out the rest of the UK, you can also enter the competition online by heading to the seeker website.
They provide questions to help the seeker mine the depth of meaning in Jewish texts.
The error signal is fed back into servos controlling the seeker, moving it to center on the target.
8221; The seeker directory is built from databases licensed by different content providers including BT Residential and DA Services, adhering to strict data and information policies.
The seeker development program, which started in 2000, is scheduled to conclude in December 2007.
The seeker app will make it easier than ever before for customers to find a business while they are out and about.
This was the first flight test that the THAAD seeker had a target in its view, the seeker and the entire THAAD system did the job.
The seeker met all test objectives and maintained accuracy during an evaluation at Alliant Techsystems' (ATK) rail gun test facility in Elk River, Minn.
This is particularly critical with the seeker because it is the highest-value subsystem in the missile.
After a careful review by both InnoCentive and the Seeker Company, awards are issued by InnoCentive for only the best solutions that meet the Seeker's requirements.