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delve into (something)

To study something thoroughly. Because I was eager to delve into that novel further, I decided to write about it for my term paper.
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delve into something

to examine or study something carefully; to enter into the examination or study of something. He delved into the solution of the problem facing him. I am just now delving into a study of the Trojan War.
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Davies S, Hall D (201 I) 'Spread, delve, spade, invert: a best practice guide to the addition of clay to sandy soils.' (Grains Research and Development Corporation: Kingston, ACT)
Delve's first burglary was back in 1987, his last in 2009.
* Delve offers Cortana-like capabilities (Microsoft Cortana is an artificial intelligence interface that responds to voice, similar to Apple's Siri and Google Now) that allow you to search and manage your emails, meetings, contacts, and social networks using voice questions and commands.
Delve incorporates Microsoft's Office Graph technology, which makes information access more intuitive by discerning connections and context.
While Delve is expected to resume his career in Japan, the Rebels have also confirmed that Australia international Kurtley Beale will not be staying in Melbourne.
"It's a tough group and going to be a massive test," said Delve, who won the last of his 11 caps in 2010.
"It's great to be playing in Wales and I'm confident I can show what I can do on home soil," added Delve. "I'm having a bit of stick for the Aussie twang in my accent.
The V-shaped area of disturbance on the delve line allowed water to penetrate deeper into the subsoil compared with both off-line regions and undelved profiles.
Delve may be a relative newcomer to the news information space, but the company is already turning heads and creating plenty of buzz.
Although the Rebels often found it tough going during their first season of Super Rugby, Delve was unquestionably a soaraway success story.
Delve added: "My ambition has always been to play in the World Cup, something I have never done, and I knew that if I proved myself against the best of the players in the southern hemisphere I would have a chance.
STEVE DELVE, who was a journalist with The Sporting Life for 33 years and went on to work for the Racing Post, has died aged 62.
GARETH DELVE is the Rebel with a World Cup cause that seems certain to be backed by Wales this summer.
The prosecution alleged that Mr Hannan had repeatedly stabbed Stewart Delve to the head and body, causing "horrific" injuries.
For the uninitiated reader, who still may mistake spare lines of poetry for a lack of content, I highly recommend that they delve into this tight collection by award-winning master poet, Lucille Clifton.