keşfe çıkma

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The act of one who scouts
The Scout Movement
The activities of boy scouts and girl scouts
Scouting is exploring the map for other player's bases
exploring in order to gain information; "scouting in enemy territory is very dangerous
Reconnaissance of a fire and its surroundings to obtain information necessary for fire suppression planning
Walking ahead on shore to inspect a rapid or other stretch of river
{i} act of reconnoitering; act of gathering information; activities of the Boy or Girl Scouts
exploring in order to gain information; "scouting in enemy territory is very dangerous"
Identifying people you would like to meet; on your own, or with the assistance of your support system
the activities that Scouts take part in. Activities of various national and worldwide organizations for youth aimed at developing character, citizenship, and individual skills. Scouting began when Robert S. Baden-Powell published Scouting for Boys (1908), in which he described the games and contests he used to train cavalry troops in scouting, envisioning small groups of boys who would learn tracking, reconnaissance, mapping, and other outdoor skills under a peer leader. The Boy Scouts, as established by Baden-Powell, was for boys 11-15 years old. The concept became so popular that separate organizations for girls (Girl Guides, or Girl Scouts, 1910) and for younger boys (Wolf Cubs, or Cub Scouts, 1916) and older boys (Explorers) were also formed
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to reconnoitre, to reconnoiter
keşfe çıkma