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.
The award of the explorative licence for the Zubair field strengthens the long-term collaboration between Eni and Iraq, which dates back to the 1970's, and will allow Eni to further grow its production and reserves.
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.
According to a new explorative study by Klaus Schoenbach, an internationally renowned researcher, when and where you are born could influence the type of media you consume.
Nonetheless, the marvelously explorative and often spiritual poems in this culmination of listening bring an uplifting personal element that Gross seals in the final poem, "Written on Light.
The focus of this explorative study was on the pathogenic variant of the E.

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