- Many of us have never explored the unfamiliar areas of the city and are often unaware of the full potential experience and new attributes of the ever-maturing city centre.
- Around the island you'll find time portals; these allow you to travel through time and explore areas at different stages in history.
- All members of the party were successful with the trek and spent the rest of the day exploring the site and learning a lot more about the history of the Incas.
- Special allowances are given for expenditure incurred in exploring for minerals and petroleum resources and mine development expenditure.
- One of the companies exploring for minerals is searching for zinc and hoping to find other by-products.
- The consortium then sent experts to the region south of Kabul to explore for copper and other mineral deposits.
- If a woman had a genuine fear of childbirth, the issue was explored and discussed in a balanced manner.
- Not only do they not find it harmful, but in some instances it has helped them to discuss and explore issues of theology and faith.
- The audience is invited to take part in a one-hour post-show workshop and discussion, to explore issues raised in the play.
- Instead of saying that we are left with no other option, let us explore other possibilities.
- As always, I use the search engine to sniff for clues when I need to explore possibilities and options.
- The second issue for further study entails exploring the options for development that overcome or compensate for locational disadvantages.
- In hospital, he was given a blue toy truck to hold before his operation, his small hands touching, probing, exploring the size of it, the shape of it.
- Without further consent, Michael bowed my head forward and his fingers explored my hair around the back of my head while he searched for a visible injury of some kind.
- As far as I'm concerned, most lovers don't spend enough time touching, discovering and exploring each other.
- After three minutes, he removed the sponge to explore the wound further.
- One perforation resolved on conservative management with nasogastric feeding and the other was successfully explored and surgically repaired.
- The patient was surgically explored on the second day of life.
- Example sentences
- After the initial explorative phase which lasted for a few minutes, a decrease of the locomotor activity in both the control and the experimental groups was noticeable.
- To find out, he asked her to prepare an explorative paper on the possibility of using television to teach young children.
- Walter tells the women about all of his explorative experiences in Chicago over the past few days.
Mid 16th century (in the sense 'investigate (why)'): from French explorer, from Latin explorare 'search out', from ex- 'out' + plorare 'utter a cry'.
This comes via French from Latin explorare ‘search out’, from ex- ‘out’ and plorare ‘utter a cry’.
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