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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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Instead, it is intended to summarize the efforts to leverage the collective expertise of the Corps to develop an effective and synchronized resource for training both JAs and interrogators, and to discuss some of the cornerstones of this training resource.
NEWSWEEK magazine said it was retracting its report that a military probe had found evidence of desecration of the Koran by US interrogators at Guantanamo Bay.
Soldiers use handheld interrogators made by Symbol Technologies of Holtsville, Ky.
The Beeb ploughed pounds 500,000 into developing The Interrogators, which lasted just three episodes.
On May 13, The New York Times reported that CIA interrogators used this same "water-boarding" technique on Al Qaeda operative Khalid Shaikh Mohammed.
The men who spent more than two-and-a-half years in a jail outside Riyadh, the Saudicapital, want compensation from two of their interrogators, the deputy governor of the prison and a government minister.
SADDAM Hussein has been co-operating with his US interrogators, a senior military official said yesterday.
This first contract covers delivery, installation, and operator training of long-range interrogators at ground-based radar sites, along with airborne transponders to be installed on two An-24 and eight L-410 (pictured here) transport aircraft and L-39 Albatros advanced trainers.
23 that only one of Kazemi's two interrogators should be held liable in the death.
* Controller--a device and associated software used to send/collect information from one or more interrogators. Controllers serve as the interface between the tag/interrogator and the application that RFID supports
However Scappaticci, 57, found his way to the resort town where he was contacted by one of his interrogators.
A Home Office spokeswoman denied reports Aziz, 67, told his American interrogators he was willing to tell all if he could have asylum in the UK.