Brunet says that so far they have spoken to 80 witnesses and are poring over some video of the crash and its aftermath.
Some 50 detectives are now poring over this paperwork in the obscurely named "Operation Weeting."
Again, most of the boys spend the travel time dozing or poring over comic books.
Forget having to find the one store in your state that might carry that sweater, or poring over catalogues hoping to find it.
After Milke was convicted, her defense investigators spent 7,000 hours poring over court records.
Abner sat at her right hand, poring over a volume of "Rollin's Ancient History."
Rachel and her father were poring intently over the chess-board.
His sister was poring over her work, which she was just finishing, when a gleam of greenish light made both look up.
Is there a frontispiece to it of "Raine poring over his own book?"
She had picked the lock with a hairpin and had spent three happy, tearful hours poring over its contents.
"gaze intently," early 13c., of unknown origin, with no obvious corresponding word in Old French. Perhaps from Old English *purian, suggested by spyrian "to investigate, examine," and spor "a trace, vestige." Related: Pored; poring.
"minute opening," late 14c., from Old French pore (14c.) and directly from Latin porus "a pore," from Greek poros "a pore," literally "passage, way," from PIE *por- "going, passage," from root *per- "to lead, pass over" (see port (n.1)).
A minute opening in an animal or plant tissue.
One of the minute openings of the sweat glands of the skin.