(v.) = trace ; turn up ; find ; disinter ; ferret out ; find. Nota: Verbo irregular: pasado y participio found. Ex: The author approach remains an important means of tracing a specific document. Ex: Although I have not done a complete analytical search of library literature for discussions of the structures of catalogs, preliminary searches have turned up little except for historical discussions. Ex: His trial came up in July 1892 and by then the city accountant had found that over $9,000 had been misappropriated. Ex: Tests such as this one will often disinter the real citation intended but it is a time consuming task. Ex: As a rule analysts are left on their own to ferret out useful and appropriate areas to be investigated. Ex: Wherever abstracts are found they are included to save the user's time in information gathering and selection. ---- * hallar defectos en = find + fault with ; see + faults in. * hallar eco en = find + echo in. * hallar el camino de la verdad = think + Posesivo + way to the truth. * hallar la verdad = find + the truth. * hallar lo buscado = achieve + a match. * hallarse = be poised. * quien guarda, halla = waste not, want not. (v.) = be poised. Ex: We are all aware of the nature of the threshold on which the catalog -- that often maligned instrument that spells the difference between the library as a chaotic warehouse of recorded artifacts and a coherent collection of information organized for efficient access -- is poised.