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It’s a bunch of open-access data that anyone can submit and that lots of amateur sleuths can then comb through.
The reason finding the very first people with covid-19 is important is it would let disease sleuths look for shared factors, like jobs or habits.
Apps meant disease sleuths wouldn’t have to rely on an individual’s memory, and they could ease strain on the authorities monitoring an outbreak.
In arguing points of law he had the tenacity of a bull-dog and the keenness of a sleuth-hound.
"Red-headed party found at Woodstock," the valiant sleuth had wired with unusual delicacy and caution.
MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVEELEANOR HALLOWELL ABBOTT
All we've got to do now is to play the sleuth when he leaves the cabin.
A thousand reporters, cunning as monkeys, active as sleuth-hounds, are on the track.
AMERICAN SKETCHESCHARLES WHIBLEY
But she was too preoccupied with the importance of the discovery to dwell on his gifts as a sleuth.
HIDDEN GOLDWILDER ANTHONY
And who is the swift "avenger of blood" who is following close as a sleuth-hound on thy track?
Meanwhile the enemy, a large mink, was following on the trail with the dogged persistence of a sleuth-hound.
KINGS IN EXILESIR CHARLES GEORGE DOUGLAS ROBERTS

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