Some articles on searches:

Search Of Persons
... This article concerns searches of members of the public who have not been arrested and who are not held in detention ... those persons see Search on arrest and Searches in detention ... For searches of property, rather than people, see search and seizure ...
Suspicion (emotion) - In Law - Border Searches
... Customs can do suspicionless searches of people and effects crossing the border (including passing through airport customs) ... However, non-routine or invasive searches, like slashing open the spare tire of a car or cutting open a metal panel in a car, require reasonable suspicion (Uni ...
Controversial Ohio Database Searches Of Joe Wurzelbacher - ODJFS Database Searches
... ODJFS employees became embroiled in a controversy over searches of Joe Wurzelbacher's government records ... illegal they concluded on November 20, 2008 that the searches breached protocol but found there was no evidence to prove they were part of a political agenda or linked with a political group or campaign ... directors of ODJFS, have responded to Jones-Kelley's searches and stated that they did not conduct searches due to an individual's status being raised ...
... is an open source biomedical web search engine which searches MEDLINE ... It provides searches based on relevance or chronology highlights text passages that match the query collects and exports references seamlessly to RefWorks, EndNote, BibTex searches ... and set up locally to run unlimited searches against Medline ...
Thinko - "Intentional" Typos - Typos in Online Auctions
... online auction sites such as eBay, misspelled auction searches have quickly become a gold mine for deal hunters ... The concept on which these searches are based is that, if an individual posts an auction and misspells its description and/or title, regular searches will not find this auction ...

Famous quotes containing the word searches:

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