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seeker

[′sē·kər]
(ordnance)
Any moving object, especially a missile, that finds its target by means of a device attracted to light, heat, radio waves, sound, or other radiation emitted by the target.
The device used in such an object.

seeker

A device to sense radiation from the target, and/or lock onto it, and steer toward it by the use of radar, laser, IR (infrared), or optics. See heat-seeker.
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Both areas have taken disproportionately high numbers of asylum seekers under a Government programme to "disperse" them around the country.
At the moment just 200 of the UK's 433 local authorities have agreed to take asylum seekers.
Prime Minister David Cameron's Witney constituency comes under West Oxfordshire District Council, which had no supported asylum seekers at the end of 2015.
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Jacob Varghese, the Maurice Blackburn principal speaking on behalf of the asylum seekers, declared that there was substantial proof of widespread neglect of the detainees on Christmas Island.
com is partnering with Customer Service Associations, Veterans Agencies, State Agencies and Community Groups to assist job seekers in need of making career changes, assisting job seekers that have been unemployment for a large amount of time and those job seekers looking to re-enter the workforce.
Job seekers rarely fail because there are no job opportunities, they fail because they don't effectively contact and follow up with the people who can lead them to jobs.
Eight hundred tags have been bought by the Home Office and are being fitted to asylum seekers as they arrive in the country.
For example, one provision would require asylum seekers to identify the main reason they were persecuted.
The numbers of asylum seekers reflect the growing world situation--conflict and economic conditions that threaten the livelihood of millions of people.
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It is unimaginable that such a thing occurred,'' Takeshi Ohashi, part of a group of lawyers working for Kurdish asylum seekers, told reporters.