searcher


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Synonyms for searcher

someone making a search or inquiry

a customs official whose job is to search baggage or goods or vehicles for contraband or dutiable items

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large metallic blue-green beetle that preys on caterpillars

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The survey is located in shallower water depths, which in this low oil-price environment is advantageous, said Ms Masters, Global Sales Manager for Searcher Seismic.
While analytics can be helpful, it leaves out the actual searcher and his or her motivations and expectations.
BooDiGo also offers a special tab that would let searchers look for Tumblr's porn tags after Tumblr made it hard for users to search for porn content when Yahoo purchased it.
The IAF flies the Israeli-made Searcher II and Heron UAVs for reconnaissance and surveillance purposes and about 100 Searchers are in operation on Indian borders in western, northern and eastern regions.
And from January 4, the quartet of Burner, Shaker, Tempest and Echo will be joined across the UK dealer network by the Soul Searcher.
Readers with little to moderate searching experience will appreciate Hock's helpful, easy-to-follow advice, while experienced searchers will discover a wealth of new ideas, techniques, and resources.
The extreme searcher's Internet handbook; a guide for the serious searcher, 3d ed.
In the case of this collection of health informatics topics, we were interested to know which articles a librarian, as an expert searcher, would determine to be best.
By carefully going through the regulations and undertaking to abide by them, a searcher has entered into a form of contract with the archival institution.
This integration is done at the SQL level so it is easy for the user to write sophisticated queries linking their data in Oracle to genomic annotations accessed via Searcher.
The average Web searcher has little understanding of the search process much less a fundamental ability to determine the effectiveness or exhaustivity of a search.
After identifying candidates, it is up to the searcher and the candidate to perform the appropriate due diligence to determine if the match is appropriate.
The Extreme Searchers Guide to Web Search Engines: A Handbook for the Serious Searcher (2nd Edition); Randolph Hock; CyberAge Books, Medford, NJ; 2001; 241 pp.
It determines what a searcher is looking for and extracts the most relevant documents or items.