investigations

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But of that last I am not sure, not having carried my investigations so far into the depths.

We never cease to call for the investigations of all willing men.

This, then, was the mysterious point which protracted the investigations.

Always on rising to his feet he would give the result of his investigations.

It may seem to some that I should have done better to confine my investigations to the present.

The result of Mr. Grey's investigations was decidedly unfavorable.

I haven't either the time or the patience to give to investigations of this sort.

He had not the least idea how to set about his investigations in order to get the best results.

He would wait and make his investigations later on, when the footways should be clear.

His investigations, however, told him no more than he had learned before.