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exploration

 [eks″plo-ra´shun]
investigation or examination for diagnostic purposes. adj., adj explo´ratory.

ex·plo·ra·tion

(eks'plōr-ā'shŭn),
An active examination, usually involving a surgical procedure, to ascertain conditions present within a body cavity as an aid in diagnosis.
[L. ex-ploro, pp. -ploratus, to explore]

exploration

/ex·plo·ra·tion/ (eks″plor-a´shun) investigation or examination for diagnostic purposes.explo´ratory

ex·plo·ra·tion

(eks'plŏr-ā'shŭn)
An active examination, usually involving endoscopy or a surgical procedure, to ascertain conditions present as an aid in diagnosis.

ex·plo·ra·tion

(eks'plŏr-ā'shŭn)
An active examination, usually involving a dental or surgical procedure, to ascertain conditions present within a body cavity as an aid in diagnosis.

exploration

investigation or examination for diagnostic purposes.
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Desrosiers says the fact the offering was grabbed up is indicative of public confidence in the company and its portfolio of exploration projects, as well as strong indication of the interest in Canadian diamonds.
Thirty-six of them had undergone a bilateral neck exploration and 19 had had a unilateral procedure.
Ontario is an excellent prospect for exploration and has the potential for diamond mines," Morris says.
Skyrocketing prices for PGMs has made Sudbury hot property once again for dozens of junior mining companies and the millions of exploration dollars that have been flowing into the region over the last three years.
That's extraordinary," he comments, claiming that the program has failed to encourage exploration.
The program helps a lot," said George Babcock, the owner of several Hawk Junction-based exploration firms.
The Canadian Exploration Incentive Program, its successor, was strangled in its infancy.

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