Which is to say, the U.S.—as always—remains in search of age-old answers to difficult questions.
A Google search revealed there are about 23,100 fans who have recorded the day Justin Bieber followed their Twitter accounts.
For a moment it was the 1950s again and I was lurking through the jungles in search of human prey.
Liberals will search for signs that Hillary and her aides are pushing foreign policy to the right.
The last of the cigars was handed out and the Che lookalike was paid and went back in search of other tourists.
Just then Fred entered the Exchange in search of a broker he wanted to see.
Since he went to Salamis in search of you, I have not seen him until late this evening.
But History, the search for truth, should be as impersonal as the judge on the bench.
It was thus Billy Brue found him at the end of his second day's search.
It is to find the persistence of this influence that we search her history.
c.1300, from Old French cerchier "to search" (12c., Modern French chercher), from Latin circare "go about, wander, traverse," in Late Latin "to wander hither and thither," from circus "circle" (see circus). Phrase search me as a verbal shrug of ignorance first recorded 1901. Search engine attested from 1988. Search and destroy as a modifier is 1966, American English, from the Vietnam War. Search and rescue is from 1944.
c.1400, "act of searching;" early 15c., "right to investigate illegal activity; examination of records, wills, etc.; a search through an area or a place," from Anglo-French serche, Old French cerche, from cerchier (see search (v.)). Search warrant attested from 1739.