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interrogate

(in-te′rŏ-gāt″) [L. interrogare, to ask, question, inquire]
1. To question someone carefully and thoroughly, esp. someone involved in a legal proceeding.
2. To extract data accumulated in the memory of a medical device, e.g., a pacemaker.
interrogation (-ter″ŏ-gā′shŏn)
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According to training, once the suspect has "let the cat out of the bag," the interrogating officer should provide the Miranda warnings and ask the suspect for a waiver.
Ben Chavez violated Oliverio Martinez's due process rights in 1997 by interrogating the severely wounded man in an emergency room.
If a message incorporated a correct answer, it survived the target computer's error check, and the target computer replied to the interrogating computer.
The soldiers are constantly interrogating us," a frightened elderly man told me.
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Finger prints and evidence have been lifted from the villa and the police are interrogating the deceased's family and friends as they have not yet ruled out either foul play or suicide.
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