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  • v. Present participle of bird-dog.


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  • You should be on Coney Island, bird-dogging chicks.

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  • Dealing with the overall financial crisis in the city, including a projected $440 million budget gap for fiscal 2012 may serve as the first test of Brown's promise to push forward with education reform, his pledge of candor, and bird-dogging the executive.

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  • Get this: A down-on-his-luck, "bird-dogging" guy from Illinois meets a blues-beltin', balls-to-the-wall babe from Louisiana ripping through Susan Tedeschi's "It Hurts So Bad" in a karaoke bar in Nashville, gets blown away with the voice, then stops "everything I was doing."

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  • Go back to bird-dogging the oil companies and prove you deserve to be re-elected.

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  • “Oh, yeah, musicians are known for bird-dogging intelligent women,” Monster mockingly agreed.

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  • William Jacobs Jr. , a nuclear engineer who is bird-dogging the Vogtle nuclear project for the Georgia Public Service Commission, said it is very possible that the project could come in over budget and potentially miss critical deadlines in 2016 and 2017, when the plants were expected to be put in service.

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  • What has been confirmed this week -- thanks to the bird-dogging diligence of Japanese and South Korean news media -- is that the 68-year-old Kim has not recovered from a stroke he suffered in 2008.

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  • After nearly a decade of bird-dogging the noise, pollution and logistical hassles created by the construction of the new Woodrow Wilson Bridge, residents of Old Town Alexandria had reason to celebrate when the project was completed two years ago.

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  • The chance of us nailing him before he nails Zarzi without Swagger bird-dogging him first are somewhere between thin and negative one million.

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  • Here's the story from Emily Ramshaw, our Austin bureau correspondent who spent all of Tuesday bird-dogging the grand jury in Eldorado, Texas.

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  • To follow a subject of interest, such as a person or trend, with persistent attention.

    "Come on, you should be out there bird-doggin' chicks and bangin' beaver." – McMurphy, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

    Free Dictionary definition

    July 13, 2008