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Lasers aren’t the only way to investigate supernova physics in the lab.

In November 2000, associates say, Cardoso was investigating another multimillion-dollar bank fraud and subsequent cover-up.

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If you’re still in doubt, check out BuzzFeed News’ database investigating allegations of voter fraud — many are labeled as fake, false, or misleading.

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Webb investigated the phenomenon and traced the issue to two plants in Indiana and Iowa.

This post investigates seasonal marketing statistics of the past few years and provides some eye-opening insights from SimilarWeb’s Digital Marketing Intelligence that helps plan your seasonal marketing.

Shockingly, a black man must reach age 50 before his risk of an investigatory stop drops to that of a 25-year-old white man.

Overall, black drivers are nearly three times more likely than whites to be subjected to investigatory stops.

He became acutely aware of his disfigured face, and felt his swelling bruises with a limp, investigatory hand.

Suddenly he started out of a vague reverie and pressed an investigatory hand to his side.

The investigatory expedition to the ominous red spot of the giant of the solar system was on.

"Yes; of course," Hull said in his best investigatory manner.

That is a heartbreaking thing for any wife with a serious investigatory turn of mind to discover.


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to investigatory, such as: examining, heuristic, interested, interrogative, probing, and prying.

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