|searched for, sought out, requested||looked for|
|(about an area of land or a source of information) able to be mined (excavated, searched)||minable|
|16th-century Christian religious movement which sought to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of Protestantism||Reformation|
|act of petitioning, appeal or request to higher authority, demand for action with signatures, give petition to somebody, make demand using petition, make formal request, pleading stating cause of action, demand; plea, something requested, submit a requ...||petition|
|advertisement or promotion that is launched in a separate browser window while a requested WWW page loads (Internet), located between the cells of other tissue (Anatomy); of a space between two objects; forming a space, forming a narrow opening, occurr...||interstitial|
|alliance of 11 southern states that sought to secede from the USA and fought against the North during the Civil War, Confederate States of America||Confederacy|
|angry response to an Internet user who is requested not to send foolish questions before he has read the user guides on the subject, RTFM||Read The Fucking Manual|
|Augusto Pinochet (born 1915), dictator of Chile from 1973-1990 who was arrested in London in 1998 and was sought for extradition to Spain (his government was responsible for many killings and violations of human rights)||Pinochet|
|can be sought; can be investigated, can be examined||searchable|
|document allowing a ship from a neutral country to transport goods without being searched (in wartime)||navicert|
|dug out for excavation; planted with explosive mines; thoroughly searched and accessed; undermined||mined|
|event for invited people, of an invitation, accompanying an invitation, open only to those invited, requested||invitational|
|group of Muslim extremists in Syria and Persia who sought to assassinate Crusaders||Assassins|
|Jewish enlightenment movement in the 18th and 19th centuries that was influenced by European intellectuals and sought to offer secular education to European Jews||Haskalah|
|lifted his eyes, raised his glance; searched for information (i.e. in a book)||looked up|
|medieval theology and philosophy, philosophy of the Middle Ages that sought to provide a rational basis for religious faith by reexamining the works of ancient Greek philosophers, traditional learning||scholasticism|
|member of a group of Muslim extremists in Syria and Persia who sought to assassinate Crusaders||Assassin|
|not asked, not asked for, not requested, not invited, not called for||unasked|
|not sought, not sought after, not looked for, not asked for||unsought|
|one who sought to outlaw slavery (during the 18th and 19th centuries); one who seeks to abolish any law or regulation, opponent of slavery, somebody who seeks to ban something||abolitionist|
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