interrogate


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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.
Trockel thus interrogates the two sides of our anthropocentric epistemologies--animal and machine--both of which constitute sustained threads in what I am calling her feminist ethics.
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.
Nonetheless, according to Watt, some of the Bible-carrying Christians he studied, and others, one might infer, interrogate the claims of corporations and the state thoughtfully and radically, something many liberal Protestants have given up on.
In Oakland, California, a teacher called the Secret Service to interrogate two Asian students who made "threatening" jokes about George Bush in class.
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Meanwhile, the National Accountability Bureau has decided to interrogate Morai and Uzair Baloch on charges of arms smuggling and money laundering.
Areeb, who was reportedly brought back to the country on Friday by officials from the Intelligence Bureau ( IB), was immediately taken into the NIA's custody which began to interrogate him.
StatPro Chief Executive Officer Justin Wheatley, said, StatPro Revolution's cloud-based interface allows users to interrogate and understand data that traditionally lay buried in rows of numbers, and is an extremely beneficial product to any asset manager seeking greater transparency on their performance numbers.