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explore all avenues

To investigate or pursue every possible means to find a solution to a given problem or to achieve a desired outcome. Right now, we are exploring all avenues to catch the perpetrator of this heinous crime. We've explored all avenues, but I just can't see how we can continue to afford living in this house.
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explore every avenue

To investigate or pursue every possible means to find a solution to a given problem or to achieve a desired outcome. Right now, we are exploring every avenue to catch the perpetrator of this heinous crime. We've explored every avenue, but I just can't see how we can continue to afford living in this house.
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She, in fact, comes full circle in her discussion of the search for manhood in Gaines's work by further exploring the matter in his most recent novel, A Lesson Before Dying.
Thereafter, chapter after chapter extends the discussion into new areas, exploring original questions and presenting illuminating findings and stimulating arguments, which constitute cumulatively a resetting of the agenda.
Band-Ore is exploring an area approximately 20 kilometres from Wawa.
The Exploring Program helps to mold our greatest resource - our youth.
However, given the multiples PRIMEDIA received from the sale of the Outdoors Group and the particularly strong investment and debt markets, the Board believes the best course of action for PRIMEDIA shareholders is exploring the complete sale of PEM," Mr.
We also believe that exploring goes beyond just discovering a new place to include new food, people, culture and more.
While such advantages include development of specific personal interests in exploring, and therefore acquiring, the foreign (or second) language and culture in a context, the ultimate goal is to turn the student in a life-long learner of the target language and culture.
Clients are active participants in becoming aware of and exploring the variety of life roles (e.
If you'd like to learn the basics without taking an actual courses, three 'Personal Trainer' guides go beyond nuts and bolts, exploring how the computer user can become advanced and skilled.
The codes that Wiggins deduces from the text are useful tools in exploring Donne's poems, but must finally be justified from Donne, not Castiglione.
Numerous denominations adopted social service statements in the early 1900s with Social Gospel themes, and there is yet much work to be done exploring the historical significance of the movement.
By exploring women as objects as well as actors and subjects, Pointon argues that we must complicate our views of women as artists, women in art, and women with art.
Exploring themes such as scripture, journeying, meditation, and contemplations -- well as asceticism, mysticism, solitude, and community -- the authors of this informative and engaging text provide their audience with a rich grasp of the history of Christian spirituality while simultaneously offering a real taste of some of the tradition's most life-giving practices.
Exploring the Yucatan: Marriott CasaMagna Cancun is offering a three- or five-night package through Dec.
Additional improvements include new visualization features for queries and offering users new and powerful ways of exploring their findings.