try to find

See: hunt
References in classic literature ?
Then shall we try to find some way of convincing him, if we can, that he is saying what is not true?
I'm going to try to find my way to the Emerald City, which is in the fairy Land of Oz.
I would to try to answer but not because of a mental block but because I would want to try to find solutions to help my team to do it.
Summary: Negotiations on Libya are continuing under the auspices of the UN to try to find a solution to the political and security crisis in the country.
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The 27-year-old Toffees forward will buy home tickets throughout the season that will be distributed to different Jobcentres across the city and given to those working hard to try to find a job.
THE MENTALIST Channel 5, 9pm Six years ago, when Patrick Jane walked into Teresa Lisbon's office to try to find the man who killed his wife and child, there was obviously a frisson between them.
Demographics: People under age 45 were more likely than those 65 or older to try to find information about the advantages and disadvantages of different treatment options, the full costs of different treatments, the costs of different doctors and hospitals, and the number of disciplinary actions taken against a doctor or hospital.
She and Nick Wiltshire are about to get married and Phil and Kirstie try to find them the home of their dreams.
Bruce Forsyth (above) and Tess Daly try to find out.
As such, valuable time can be wasted as officers try to find a laser in ugly situations, says Scott.