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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.
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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 prosecutor for NAB argued that it was important that they interrogate Memon.
The court after hearing the arguments allowed the investigation officer, Iqbal Hussain, to interrogate Saad Rafique in jail.
Mohammad Iqbal, a deputy superintendent of Punjab police (DSP), had filed an application before accountability judge Justice Mohammad Arshad Malik seeking his permission to interrogate Sharif in Kot Lakhpat Jail, where he is currently serving his seven-year sentence after being convicted in the Al-Azizia reference.
On May 11, Delhi Police got the permission to interrogate Sinh's wife had lodged complaint against him
Last November, the Iraqi Parliament's Security Committee had formed the investigative commission to interrogate members of the Iraqi delegation that paved the way for the $4.2 billion arms deal with Russia.
The court had on July 18 also allowed the CBI to interrogate afresh Raja, former Telecom Secretary Siddhartha Behura and Gautam Doshi in the lock up of Patiala House court complex for one hour each.
Ajeeli told NINA Sunday that "the MPs belong to different political blocs, including the National Alliance, and they intend to interrogate the minister for the procedures inside the ministry as they contradict with Article 7 of the constitution."
"You do not have the right to interrogate them," the speaker replied to Hashed.
Summary: Rabat - The prosecution has decided to interrogate the director of the Moroccan daily "Akhbar Al Youm Maghribya" following the publication of an article entitled "Kharif Dimocratia Al Kadim" (The Autumn of Democracy).
Chidambaram was more forthcoming, even suggesting "tongue in cheek" that if Pakistan were not in a position to interrogate those India has blamed for the Mumbai, it permit India to do so.
SAS hero Andy McNab is set to interrogate housemates on Big Brother celebrity hijack.
According to the company, Max Online is built around OAG's schedules database of 1,000 airlines and 3,500 airports, enabling the users to interrogate planned schedules up to a year ahead.Using a web-based query tool, the solution allows users to interrogate and analyse data to create reports, graphs and charts.