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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of pursue.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. followed with enmity as if to harm
- n. a person who is being chased
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Spain pursued another course, whcih is within its legitimate power.
Spain pursued another course, whcih is within its legitimatepower.
Over the next six months, Mr. McCain pursued Miss Hensley aggressively, flying around the country to see her, and he began to push to end his marriage.
That is why having some interests in life that can be pursued from the home, are such a great advantage.
The one avenue Patel hasn't yet pursued is a sort of reverse-engineering application of a given dialect to pre-existing music: what would the Enigma Variations sound like with an Australian accent?
By insisting on its us vs. them view of the world, the administration has yet again pursued policies that makes more of them and less of us.
But that the strategy he suggests will be pursued is highly probable, given, for example, the history of the Discovery Institute itself.
From 1963 to 1969 Mr. Klein pursued a public relations career with the Alberta Division of the Red Cross and the United Way of Calgary and District.
The busy roster of extracurricular activities that Berezin pursued during the summer after his junior year was brutal enough ( "For the past four days I've been running from football to the ghetto and back again").
Her search for her son "Bubba" and the information surrounding his incident was pursued from a wheelchair, but it never held her back.
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