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reconnoiter

re·con·noi·ter / ˌrēkəˈnoitər; ˌrek-/ (Brit. re·con·noi·tre) • v. [tr.] make a military observation of (a region): they reconnoitered the beach some weeks before the landing | [intr.] the raiders were reconnoitering for further attacks. • n. inf. an act of reconnoitering: a nocturnal reconnoiter of the camp.

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