16 It was my first exposure to foreign cultures in festive costumes, and may have provided me early inspiration to explore distant shores.
17 Most potentially explosive is the announced intention of two major conferences, the Big Ten and Pacific-10, to explore expansion.
18 After exploring the old part of town there is a guided tour of the cathedral.
19 We are currently exploring new approaches within existing frameworks of practice and thinking.
20 The cat walked round, exploring its new environment.
21 It is certainly a strategy worth exploring.
22 But rarely was the music they played anchored in indigenous sounds of their homelands, as the groups eagerly explored musical hybrids.
23 Man, having explored the far corners of the earth, is now reaching out into illimitable space.
24 Leo W. Buss in a pioneering monograph has explored the transition from unicellular to multicellular organisms in great detail.
25 He explored the wound with his finger, trying to establish its extent.
26 The paintings are a development of ideas she explored in the preceding decade.
27 NASA rang in 2019 in stellar style by celebrating a successful excursion to the most distant world ever explored - some billion miles beyond Pluto.
28 The exploration leader sent a fellow to go ahead to see if the road was clear.
29 Drillholes for oil and other resource exploration are major sources of information for geologists.
30 The moon landing inaugurated a new era in space exploration.