1. designed to find information or ascertain facts
    investigative reporting
    a fact-finding committee
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How To Use fact-finding In A Sentence

  • Seven years ago, I took a party of York schoolchildren to visit Odense in Denmark on a fact-finding mission for a new safe routes to schools project.
  • It launched a fact-finding division to gather intelligence on the hate groups.
  • Unlike mediation, fact-finding recommendations are generally made public, thus placing additional pressure on the parties to come to an agreement.
  • In fact, the Court's exceptionally broad ruling removed fact-finding processes even from the Court's own debates.
  • That he was a senior member of a UNESCO team out here on a fact-finding mission," she replied. CODE BREAKER
  • The problem, many have said, is that the word interrogation can be a misnomer, since it rarely plays a significant role in the fact-finding part of a police investigation. Long Way Home
  • While this is not a blank cheque, it authorises them to re-evaluate the consequences of the adjudicator's primary fact-findings, and that is what they did here in relation to the deportation decision.
  • Report of USAID fact-finding team on ethylene dibromide quarantine program uses on tropical fruits in Caribbean Basin Initiative countries by George Cavin OpEdNews - Quicklink: An open letter to Charlie Gibson and George Stephanapoulos
  • The Court remanded the case to a lower court for further fact-finding consistent with its reasoning.
  • Spending on foreign jaunts soared by a fifth last year as select committee members flew on 50 fact-finding visits. The Sun
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