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- v. To move into action in pursuit of something.
- v. To move into action in attempt to catch or defeat another.
- v. To attempt to convince another to move into action.
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This is also the clear message I get after calling Marc Grossman, one of Secretary Powell’s deputies, whom I know well from my days as the UN envoy to Colombia, a State Department priority country.
Her partner had that happy look that sugar-loving men get after they've had something especially rich.
And you better get after Mr. Monks before he winds up walking into the street and getting himself knocked down.