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the act or an instance of exploring or investigating

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to travel for the purpose of discovery

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a careful systematic search

a systematic consideration

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The geographic exploration of what is now Papua New Guinea ended only with the journeys of the Leahy brothers, in the 1930s, marking the end of Europe's Great Age of Exploration.
While the conference proceedings volume mentioned above draws upon various specialists and will appeal primarily to a similar audience, Frost's book will also be appreciated by people interested in geographic exploration or Arctic research and by those with a more general interest in history, human relations, and logistical problems.
The 17th century was a time of geographic exploration and economic prosperity for the famed lowlands.
New applications featuring rich data types such as CRM data, digital image medical records, and geographic exploration data stored by oil and gas companies are also burdening existing storage architectures that rely solely on traditional disk-to-tape technology.
Thus, in Campanella modernizing scientific ideas - repudiation of Aristotelianism, enthusiasm for empiricism, Galilean science, and geographic exploration - co-existed with prophetic fervor.
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