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Donald Rabin had scoured train after train in Chicago for four hours.
‘FLUTE EMERGENCY’: A MUSICIAN FORGOT HIS $22,000 INSTRUMENT ON A CHICAGO TRAIN. A HOMELESS MAN FOUND IT.ANDREA SALCEDOFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
She scoured literature, art, philosophy and psychology to describe how society often attaches a moral dimension to illness.
THE VIRUS CAUSED MORE THAN A PANDEMIC. IT SET US ALL ABLAZE.PHILIP KENNICOTTFEBRUARY 5, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Families have spent hours on the hotlines, scoured appointments on platforms like the ticket sales site Eventbrite, and posted desperately on local news sites like Patch and Nextdoor.
That said, the model still predicts some snow in the storm’s initial phase early Sunday before the cold air is scoured out and precipitation changes to a wintry mix and rain, not unlike the storm system Monday night.
WASHINGTON RECEIVES FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW IN 372 DAYS, WITH ANOTHER THREAT LOOMING SUNDAYJASON SAMENOW, WES JUNKERJANUARY 26, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Lately, though, “Polly thought her mind was a river, constantly scouring and pooling, constantly disappearing, filling with details that glinted and vanished.”
The lesson is the darkest corners of the internet must be scoured prior to any violent event.
Researchers have spent years scouring the solar system for clues of how that comparatively chaotic epoch might have played out.
NEPTUNE’S BUMPY CHILDHOOD COULD REVEAL OUR SOLAR SYSTEM’S MISSING PLANETSCHARLIE WOODJANUARY 8, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
M&S is among a large group of British retailers that are scouring their catalogs for potential problems and begging the EU and the British government to enable more tariff-free trade.
LOGISTICS GIANT DPD PAUSES U.K. TO EU PARCEL SHIPMENTS, AMID POST-BREXIT CUSTOMS CHAOSDAVID MEYERJANUARY 8, 2021FORTUNE
It was founded by Ben Fels, who had once used machine learning to scour financial market data for minute trading signals.
WORDS RELATED TO SCOUR
- go over with a fine-tooth comb
- go through
- lay waste
- leave no stone unturned
- look all over for
- look high and low
- look into
- make off with
- shake down
- take away
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