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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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findingfind‧ing /ˈfaɪndɪŋ/ ●●○ W3 noun [countable]  1 FIND OUT[usually plural] the information that someone has discovered as a result of their study, work etc Surveys conducted in other countries reported similar findings.2 lawSCT a decision made by a judge or jury
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findingMeanwhile, Karen Youngs has investigated the insurance aspect and her findings are on this page.It reveals shortcomings in research questions, methodological approach and interpretations of findings.Research findings on other modes of political behavior are less extensive and less consistent.The police force has had its image severely battered by the commission's findings.Support for this comes from the finding that faecal protease activity, largely derived from bacteria, is increased threefold in colitis.The evaluation of the findings of any piece of research must also, of course, take into account its nature and aims.One of the findings was that many cases of "stomach flu" are caused by improper cooking of food.The findings show a high level of alcohol abuse among teenagers.They have yet to announce their findings a year into the investigation.Surprisingly, some southern scholars agree with their findings.
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