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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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The asylum seekers held up signs calling for an end to racism and sexual harassment in the workplace, while in view of encouraging the government to increase employment opportunities other signs read "Idleness is killing us" and "We want to contribute to the economy."
Section 95 support provides money used to give accommodation and basics, like food, to asylum seekers.
THE UK took in just a tenth as many asylum seekers as some European countries last year, relative to its population.
nee wor ena i se th " A spokesperson for Migrant Help UK said: "Working in the immigration sector, we know that there is a common misconception that the UK faces an influx of asylum seekers, when in fact its share of Europe's asylum claims is around three per cent.
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He said that now Latvia was behind the schedule because it was expected to receive about 50 asylum seekers under the EU relocation scheme already in September last year.
Swansea was one place behind at sixth, with one per 272, while Newport came in at eighth in the list, with one asylum seeker per 302 people.
Cardiff's inclusion in the list comes just months after asylum seekers in the city were forced to wear brightly-coloured wristbands in order to get food, which was widely condemned.
Campaign group Refugee Action Coalition provided an audio recording of an asylum seeker revealing that 220 people had gone on hunger strike.