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fathom the depths of (something)

To explore or penetrate the deepest, core meaning or nature of something. The movie hardly fathoms the depths of the human condition, but it's an entertaining picture nonetheless. You really have to fathom the depths of your own imagination to get the most out of reading her latest novel.
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The GivingTools business is handled differently than Fathom's other services, however.
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Supporting Fathom's research claims, the Department of Homeland Security and the Office of the Inspector General released a report addressing the need for FEMA to improve management of its flood mapping programs.
Visit Fathom's website to learn more about their research and flood maps, and follow the discussion at 2017's American Geophysical Union Meeting in New Orleans here.
Both FATHOM and Nano Dimension share the same vision of changing the way products are designed and manufactured, said Rich Stump, Co-Founder and Principal at FATHOM.
Daniel Lewis, left, with Liam Giles, centre, and David Morgan following Spindogs' acquisition of Nuance and Fathom
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With decades of experience, Hoffman Group Holdings LLC is a hospitality company that owns Fathoms Restaurant & Bar and The French Press at Cape Harbour Marina.
Movidius has also developed the Fathom Deep Learning Software Framework, for developers to build using the Fathom.
The press release goes on to clarify that "the final draft of this article was not seen by the Ambassador and was directly sent to Fathom. In light of the above, the Ambassador categorically denies what was attributed to him in the aforementioned article.
But the Met didn't just have a fanbase, Fathom learned when it began working with the Metropolitan Opera in 2006; it had "an incredibly dedicated database of fans" nationwide, Maxwell says--and it knew how to reach them.
DUNDEE band The Hazey Janes will release a homage to their home city, The Fathom Line, on March 30.
When things decompose, it is hard to fathom how far they fall from beauty.
[USPRwire, Wed Feb 20 2013] Fathom Realty, LLC ( http://www.fathomrealty.com ) a rapidly growing, privately-held real estate brokerage firm has opened its newest branch in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Difficult to fathom JohnWathenBerry Easy to fathom: only a small proportion of stables in Britain would contain a horse eligible to run in it An instant debate on the value of sales races pops up as the Newmarket trainer responds