Cops went searching for a would-be suicide bomber, combing through the north-central part of the city.
He says investigators are combing through all the homicides over the last decade to find other similarities.
combing through hundreds of celebrity autobiographies reveals funny and touching glimpses into famous lives.
SWAT Team Outside Student Center Dec. 8, 2011 2:59 PM SWAT teams and officers are combing the campus, which is on lockdown.
Police are now combing through speed-trap photos to find the car that hit and killed her.
combing machines are usually made with six heads, and sometimes with eight.
To all of this the deputy listened sadly, combing his mustaches.
Opposite the fire sat Benedicta, combing her long golden hair.
The shorter staples are made into flannels and light woolen goods; and the longer are extensively used for combing.
He went on and on, and on the very first day he met a man who was combing huge trees like one does flax.
Old English camb "comb, crest, honeycomb" (later Anglian comb), from West Germanic *kambaz (cf. Old Saxon and Old High German camb, German Kamm, Middle Dutch cam, Dutch kam, Old Norse kambr), literally "toothed object," from PIE *gombhos, from root *gembh- "to bite, tooth" (cf. Greek gomphos "a molar tooth," Sanskrit gambha-s "tooth").