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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Noun- An argumentative exercise in the form of a speech or thesis.

Usage examples (35)
  • I called around to some people in forensics, and they didn't know much more than I did.
  • I don't know that you have to be grounded in forensics to enjoy crime dramas or the law to enjoy courtroom dramas.
  • It would be even harder for each small agency to hire their own staff of experts in forensics and related technology.
  • Mary said she chose to build a spectrograph because of its many applications in forensics, medicine and artwork analysis. for more
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