explorative


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Adj.1.explorative - serving in or intended for exploration or discovery; "an exploratory operation"; "exploratory reconnaissance"; "digging an exploratory well in the Gulf of Mexico"; "exploratory talks between diplomats"
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explorativ
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Gently explorative, he slid his hand from wrist to elbow and came to rest half way back.
Their style draws on impressionistic elements, creating evocative imagery through the explorative use of 'colour' in harmonic usage, texture and timbre.
The complementary use of large scale and targeted strategies, and explorative and interventional approaches, will deliver insights into nutritional strategies to develop practices for modulation of the intestinal microbiome to promote cardiometabolic health.
"Lead the Species is about bringing the natural explorative nature of human beings to the fore, using the new OPPO Reno smartphones as the ideal conduit for exploring beyond our boundaries," said Andy Shi, President, OPPO MEA.
While commenting on currently performance paradox changed; it has been stated that performance lastly we called market exploitation but now a days are required simultaneously Explorative and Exploitative performance are account of organizational ambidexterity
The College of Islamic Studies (CIS) at Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) is hosting a series of explorative lectures as part of its ongoing outreach programme to offer the wider community an opportunity to learn more about the various spheres of Islam and Muslim societies.
On the basis of gaming type, the edutainment market is segmented into interactive, non-interactive, explorative and hybrid combination games.
This study explores the conceptual investigational foundations of how two existing concepts of supply chain exploitative practices and supply chain explorative practices together may further inform the balanced theory of port competitiveness (BTOPC).
The ORR was 61% when measured from the start of Keytruda monotherapy treatment in an explorative analysis measuring from cycle 1, day 1.
The listener is transported back in time to a table in a smoky jazz bar and treated to the explorative playing of saxophonist Charlie Rouse, the wispy cymbal and crashing snare of Frankie Dunlop, the wandering bass of John Ore and, of course, Monk's unique improvisations.
'This is an economic strangulation, a declaration of economic war of aggression, second to the environmental degradation and despoliation occasioned by the oil explorative activities.
Tribune News Network Doha A NEW explorative study by Klaus Schoenbach, an internationally renowned researcher, shows that when and where you are born could influence the type of media you consume.

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