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“The origin of life is the biggest mystery of human beings,” says Akihiko Yamagishi, Tokyo University microbiologist, principal investigator of the Tanpopo mission, and lead author of the new paper.

There was insufficient evidence to bring charges against the sender, said Michelle Bays, chief investigator for the Washoe County district attorney’s office.

In the ideal next step, an investigator seeking suspects must confirm that there is a good match within this list.

Browder himself told investigators he didn’t remember whether he shouted any commands before shooting.

Eventually, the investigators found what they think caused the problem.

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“Clean as a whistle,” says a senior investigator involved in the case.

“Bodegas, private residences, apartment buildings, you name it,” the investigator says.

“We believe the gun was in it the whole time,” the investigator says.

According to court testimony by the lead NCIS investigator, it contained various mobile phones and even valuable letters.

Anrig was a leading criminal investigator for the Swiss state police until he was recruited to the Vatican in 1992.

Why the Philippines should continue to be governed by a Commission is not clear to the foreign investigator.

That intrepid investigator, Bosio, was several times well nigh lost in their mysterious depths.

It may be of interest to insert here a few directions for any investigator who wishes to track out the Roman Wall.

All a private investigator needed was one good break like this, and he was made.

He was the friend of Linnus, and an able and successful investigator of the secrets of nature.

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On this page you'll find 41 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to investigator, such as: agent, analyst, auditor, detective, examiner, and inspector.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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