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deep dive

A thorough analysis, perhaps one that seems excessive or unwarranted for a particular topic. When you get a chance, check out the magazine's deep dive on the upcoming vote. It covers every angle. Wow, they really did a deep dive on eye shadow in that article. It was 20 pages long!
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Before she has well done that, she takes a deep dive into the water.
Last fall, researchers used equipment to monitor the sharks' movement and found they were taking unusually deep dives - up to 3,000 feet.
In addition, Google's new, searchable election Ad Library shows things like which ads had the highest views, what the latest election ads running on its platform are, and deep dives into specific advertisers' campaigns.
As part of its Mission Assistance (MA) portfolio of products and services available to the Defense Acquisition Workforce, the Defense Acquisition University (DAU) has been conducting deep dives for more than a decade.
Tubbataha is famous for ripping currents and deep dives. You should also be in relatively good shape, because multiple dives over multiple days demand stamina.
But tackling the issues around offending and mental health was described as "tough to crack" by a public health boss Tony Cooke, who says they now need "deep dives" to address the problems.
Now we will have Idea Labs that will be one-hour sessions, and two-hour sessions called Deep Dives that will be based on the Idea Labs.
Such deep dives called saturation diving in professional circles, involve complex support systems from the Diving Support Vessel (INS Nireekshak) to enable the divers to explore the final frontiers in physical and mental endurance.
Throughout, Bernal draws from both these knowledge sets to provide high-level descriptions of Web 2.0 and social media tools and deep dives into underlying technologies.
After the whales surface from deep dives, the D-tags show that they stay close to the surface making shallow dives for up to several hours.
Skipper Scott Waterman, a British Sub-Aqua Club diver with 18 years experience, said: "Michael has been coming out for eight years and was very competent and used to very deep dives.
But innovation is a vast subject, filled with mystery, as I've discovered in deep dives at Corning, FedEx, IBM and Medtronic over the years.
("Engineering Success," August 2003) These kinds of deep dives are outstanding in terms of helping the industry explore new ways of doing business and especially thinking outside the box on how to measure, mitigate and price for risk, as well as lower the cost of risk.
For years scientists have puzzled over the ability of dolphins, seals and other marine mammals to execute long, deep dives that seemingly exceed the animals' capacities to exercise using only the oxygen from their last breaths.
"This is the first time we've really been able to see what marine mammals do on deep dives," Williams says.