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The menu name for the file manager in Windows, which is formally known as "Explorer" or "Windows Explorer." Right clicking the Start menu brings up a menu with the Explore menu option. See Explorer and Win Explorer.
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Further, the explorative routes may require more effort on checking the map, finding water refill points, and figuring out the best way around unexpected obstacles.
Second, we link ambidexterity to strategic planning, suggesting that the complexities of navigating explorative ventures require more strategy work than the old certainties of the legacy business.
Kirby said the "discussions are explorative in nature.
Two-member delegation represented Perth Province of Western Australia on an explorative visit to develop stronger relationship between Perth Province and in a whole way Punjab State.
Muscat: Five emerging contemporary artists unveiled their work at Stal Gallery's latest exhibition 'Place of Silence' on Sunday evening, impressing the visitors with their innovative, explorative art.
Glass was developed within Google X, the explorative facility run by the company to develop experimental technology.
The striking thing is that although the venues contrast so strongly - Judson serenely silent, Slugs' at the acceptable end of rowdy - the performances by the band are uniformly explorative and exuberant.
It is the result from explorative case study research on functionalities and multi-spatial connectivity of green space and natural systems, slogan of the XXV Congress of the European Society for Rural Sociology held in July 2013 in Florence, Italy.
2005) to a multidimensional construct (Covin and Miller, 2014), it is striking that existing concepts of EO almost solely focus on explorative activities.
In turn I also got to develop my own brand, Q&A Consulting; A brand that is accurate, precise, organized, analytical, in control but also fun, explorative, creative, trustworthy, exciting, adventurous, loyal and professional," she added.
Charlotte Jones, the head of the British Medical Association's General Practitioners Committee said that it was always believed that forgetting about safe sex would be the vulnerability of young people but because of the book, people over 50 tend to be more explorative and avoid condoms, New York Daily News reported.
She said: "When it comes to forgetting about safe sex we always think of the vulnerability of young people, but there's the Fifty Shades of Grey eect where older people are being more explorative, but not necessarily remembering to use a condom.

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