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- v. To monitor; to keep track of; to watch.
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- v. keep a record on or watch attentively
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If the Tampies were here to keep tabs on his hunting — "Tampy ship, this is Captain Haml Roman aboard the C.S.S. Dryden," he identified himself, his tone harsher than he'd intended it to be.
France, the former colonial ruler of Chad, sent in troops to fight against the Libyan-backed rebels, and at France’s request we sent several AWACS planes and fighter escorts to help keep tabs on Libyan aircraft.
He also set her up on a constant home blood-monitoring program so that she could keep tabs on her coagulation levels around the clock.