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interrogate

(1) To search, sum or count records in a file. See query.

(2) To test the condition or status of a terminal or computer system.

interrogate

To send coded signals of IFF (identification friend or foe) or SSR (secondary surveillance radar) to trigger their transponders.
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The parliament did not summon the ministers to interrogate them.
As Paul begins to die, Jack forces the doctor to save another man so that Jack can interrogate him.
OAG MAX Online makes use of a web-based query tool that enables users to interrogate and analyse complex data and create reports, graphs and charts for decision-making.
But a scholarly counter-narrative, one that interrogates hegemonic aspects of this discourse, is growing.
But after the race Guillot was convinced that, despite getting a little tired in the closing stages, Bachir could still beat Interrogate when they next met.
6 million probes tiled to interrogate more than 25,500 human promoter regions, enabling researchers to easily identify thousands of regulatory sequences
However the court granted 10 days custody till December 8, on the grounds to interrogate him and to get further details on other recruits who have joined the militant outfit in Iraq and Syria from the city.
The Army made clear that the military judiciary did neither arrest nor interrogate any army officer at the backdrop of Roumieh jail case.
New Delhi The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI), which is probing India's largest scam, yesterday got permission to interrogate three key accused yet again.
MUMBAI: A team of senior police officials from the Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) left for New Delhi yesterday to investigate involvement of some more senior army officials and also to interrogate some temple officials in Haryana where some of the Malegaon blasts accused had hatched conspiracy to carry out blasts in Malegaon, according to sources close to the ATS.
He was then loaded into an ambulance and Chavez climbed in and rode to the hospital with him, immediately beginning to interrogate him.
Her work is smart, fun, and, well, weird--often a sui generis marriage of photography and sculpture in which she manages to present and interrogate a strange moment, where the formal abstraction of post-Minimal objecthood encounters the effluvia of popular culture (Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor, and toy figurines have starred in recent pieces).