Or they can try the Ron Wyden approach and use their resources to craft policy and delve into the operation of government.
The show surrounds the viewer in nostalgia, but simultaneously refuses to delve into the romantic.
Unafraid to delve into the private lives of the famous, her own private life has become rather infamous itself.
Yet, as the scandal dies down, the press once again grows reluctant to delve any further.
Lewis attempts to delve into why Benson is a detective – citing possibly father issues (if only he knew).
Stevenson used to delve in them for matter suitable to his romances.
delve from the surface of your sphere to its heart, and at once your radius joins every other.
Over in the meadow,Where the men dig and delve, Lived a wise mother antAnd her little anties twelve.
The more you delve into the religions of the Americans the more anomalies you find.
The latter, with little hesitation, allowed him to delve into official secrets.
Old English delfan "to dig" (class III strong verb; past tense dealf, past participle dolfen), common West Germanic verb (cf. Old Saxon delban, Dutch delven, Middle High German telben "to dig"), from PIE root *dhelbh- (cf. Lithuanian delba "crowbar," Russian dolbit', Czech dlabati, Polish dłubać "to chisel;" Russian dolotó, Czech dlato, Polish dłuto "chisel"). Weak inflections emerged 14c.-16c. Related: Delved; delving.