Asked to name one Issa-led investigation that had been appropriately managed and not politicized, Cummings paused.
For example, attendees shouted approval at questioners who bashed the SEC for bungling their investigation.
The women had not previously been connected to the investigation.
But the university did confirm it has been notified of the investigation and takes the charges seriously.
As for missing woman Madison Scott, police are keeping quiet about the investigation.
The cook was pleased with my investigation of the Captain's room.
The investigation had been brought about by a note one of the Stewards had received.
For an investigation of this also the Academy of Sciences offered their prize.
The Trainer pursued his investigation among the stable lads.
But the investigation of nature is an affair of genius, not of rules.
early 15c., from Old French investigacion (14c.), from Latin investigationem (nominative investigatio) "a searching into, a searching for," noun of action from past participle stem of investigare "to trace out, search after," from in- "in, into" (see in- (2)) + vestigare "to track, trace," from vestigium "footprint, track" (see vestige).