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His own employer, Laborers Local Union 89, pulled support in the face of reports about a criminal probe and potential ethics violations.

This heat shield, however, will protect the spacecraft only when it is pointed directly at the Sun—there is no sufficient protection on the sides or in the back of the probe.

The group designed the probes using off-the-shelf technology that’s ready today.

Since the initial licensing announcement in June — coined a PR move at the time — publishers, analysts and trade bodies have grown more skeptical as the details shake out, due to the companies’ motivations while regulatory probes are ongoing.

From Digiday

In Southern California, investigators are looking at a power line owned by Edison International’s Southern California Edison as part of their probe into a fire that’s burning in the mountains near Los Angeles.

From Fortune

Violet Strange was a very charming young woman, as well as a keen prober of odd mysteries.

"We've had a couple of prober rockets shot into its surface," said Russ, as they watched the oncoming planet.

We must not seek in Goldoni a prober of the human heart, not even a fearless satirist of social conditions.

But Mary-in-the-glass, that sentimental young woman, was no prober of emotions.

That in fact was what I wanted to pour into the ear of the ecclesiastical prober.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to prober, such as: analyst, auditor, checker, examiner, inquisitor, and investigator.

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

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