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Use "explorations" in a sentence
"Its legacy now, perhaps in the best spirit of all great explorations, is how it speaks to the private imaginations, dreams, inspirations, of those of us who watched and learned what is possible ..."
"The best examples of this are found in explorations of manufactured colors. reference Even without widespread acceptance of new theories in chemistry — assumptions about elements, or measurement, or phlogiston-based theories of coloration — the focus on colormaking as a chemical operation grew during the eighteenth century."
"The wonderment is found in explorations of the human condition."