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ex·plor·er

(eks-plōr'ĕr),
A sharp pointed probe used to investigate natural or restored tooth surfaces to detect caries or other defects.

ex·plor·er

(eks-plōr'ĕr)
A sharp pointed dental instrument used to investigate natural or restored tooth surfaces to detect caries, other defects, or dental deposits (e.g., calculus).

ex·plor·er

(eks-plōr'ĕr)
A sharp pointed instrument used to investigate natural or restored tooth surfaces to detect caries or other defects. Types include ODU 11/12 (to detect calculus) and 23 (to detect caries).
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TREKKERS: The group of Venture Scouts photographed in 1982 who mapped out and took on the 103-mile walk
| West Middlesbrough District Scouts and Venture Scouts set up their own radio station in 1983 at their 45th Middlesbrough headquarters at Kader School, Acklam with scout leader Trevor Lewis
"On the Snowdon walk, he was with three very old friends, who were all in the Venture Scouts together years ago and would go walking together on occasions.
They took part in a variety of games and events - all organised by Mencap, with help from Coventry's Venture Scouts. Phil Hetherington from Mencap said: "It's the first time we've done it and everyone seems to have had a great time.
The venture scouts, scouts, cub scouts, beavers, guides, brownies and toadstools now had a home...
Speaking from the ship last night, Northumberland scout leader Nicola Eldridge, said all 10 venture scouts were unscathed.
The tribunal heard how Mr Lucas was also accused of allowing underage drinking and the viewing of inappropriate videos, and how he had left a group of venture scouts on their own at the campsite for two days with no parental supervision.
A team of Venture Scouts helping members of the public waiting to pay their respects to the Queen Mother told yesterdayof their pride at being involved in the occasion.
All were members of Honley Venture Scouts and the presentations were made at Honley Scout headquarters by West Yorkshire's deputy county commissioner.
Then came something of a Damascene conversion (not unrelated to hormones) when I was permitted to join the Venture Scouts, despite this being the 1970s and despite my being a girl.
Abergele Venture Scouts hiking around Llyn Brenig in February 1989.