- v. present participle of procure.
“Much of the strength & efficiency of any Government in procuring and securing happiness to the people, depends, on opinion, on the general opinion of the goodness of the Government, as well as of the wisdom and integrity of its Governors.”
“If it is employed in procuring future profit, it must procure this profit either by staying with him or by going from him.”
“If it is employed in procuring present enjoyment, it is a stock reserved for immediate consumption.”
“If not for the dog we might not be here today, lending his assistance in procuring game to feed humans.”
“In fact, he never went home except at periods when he was unfortunate in procuring his own food.”
“From the imports to the exports suggested by the Periplus, these populations were among those likely involved in procuring, crafting, and cultivating products seafaring and other merchants demanded.”
“In the interior regions of central-east Tanzania, Ruvu peoples, among others, surely played substantive roles in procuring and moving trade items needed to support their local economies, as well as those tied to Swahili-mediated transoceanic trade networks.”
“The extra time and money spent in procuring "grub" (rather than reaching for the closest mass-produced food product) is an investment in precious things: our health and the future of our planet.”
“In addition to his work as a bomber for the IRA, he specialized in procuring supplies: electronics, weapons, vehicles.”
“In 1683 he was instrumental in procuring the Polish King John Sobieski's decisive victory over the Muslim invader in the siege of Vienna.”
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