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- v. To busy oneself with.
- v. To tackle (a problem or task).
- v. To circulate (in).
- v. To change from one tack to another.
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- v. begin to deal with
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I want no more of these uprisings among the Long-hairs, and I think Divus Julius was wrong to let the Druids go about their business.
Taking the Tower Commission as its guide, Carlucci drafted two presidential directives that aimed to reorganize how the NSC would go about its business.
The other sailors go about their business, and Quartay sits in the stall, wondering what the hell he is going to do.
I am indebted to Professor John M. Murrin of Princeton University, who responded so generously to my question: “If you wanted to sabotage the American War of Independence the Revolutionary War, how would you go about it?”
I was at an event with John Assaraf once and I asked his son Keenan, How do you go about visualizing things?
Since the very concept of autogenicity—that chemical and toxic agents can prod the immune system to overreact, resulting in autoimmunity—is in and of itself new, how can we go about proving there is a cluster of people who have autoimmunity as a result of exposures to toxic waste in their area?
It seems to me as I go about the deck that ye carry almost as much weight as Mr. Long, and certainly more than Mr. Shortland or Mr. Bones.
There was considerably less consensus on how to go about this, with opinions ranging from the immediate suspension of all thimerosal-containing childhood vaccines to maintaining the status quo while quietly phasing in thimerosal-free vaccines in the months and years to come.
Watching the Cardassians go about their inspection, Ghrovlatrei could see that the soldiers were getting bored, their behavior in sharp contrast to the manner in which they had begun the assignment.
Theyre all fun to watch covertly, of courseas they go about their nightly business.