hound down


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vt sepJagd machen auf (+acc), → niederhetzen (form); criminal alsozur Strecke bringen
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Loosely based on Moby Dick, it follows the unworldly Isabel (Kate Malpass), from Wallasey, onto a whaling ship, whose skipper (Kate Benfield) is obsessed with tracking the hound down.
Sources in France minutes later, a legacy of his willingness to hound down defenders trying to clear their lines.
She declared war on time-wasting council committees and vowed to hound down corruption.