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  • Black political and religious leaders twice called for Federal civil rights investigations.
  • About the same time he carried out investigations into impact and its duration.
  • They must also report on all investigations twice a year.
  • According to one story, he was even captured by the city guards during one of his investigations.
  • My investigations continue to turn up evidence that suggests current activity.
  • The programs have been the subject of legal investigations by several U.S. states.
  • I take no offense at the way they have conducted their investigations in the past.
  • His studies were major investigations into their subjects, although not without errors.
  • Their guess proved correct, but only after many years of difficult investigations.
  • Site investigations are needed to gain an understanding of the area in or on which the engineering will take place.
  • Of these features, dark matter is currently subjected to the most active laboratory investigations.
  • Two investigations have been held by the British government.
  • The actual landing on the Moon led to investigations that could have only been conducted on location.
  • Investigations showed bribes had reached into high places -- even to the king.
  • This is a medical emergency and may require immediate treatment without further investigations (see below).
  • He removed it from the site shortly thereafter when the other news outlets dropped the investigations.
  • Similar investigations in Poland and other Soviet satellite countries occurred at the same time.
  • But from this centre, he pursued his investigations in every direction as far as his instinct allowed.
  • These investigations found no wrongdoing within the contract award and execution process.
  • Most air accident investigations are carried out by an agency of a country that is associated in some way with the accident.
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Root form of investigations is investigation for the noun.

Meaning of investigations

  • noun The work of inquiring into something thoroughly and systematically