pursual


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pursual

(pəˈsjuːəl)
n
the act of pursuit
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Noun1.pursual - the act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capturepursual - the act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture; "the culprit started to run and the cop took off in pursuit"
movement, move, motion - the act of changing location from one place to another; "police controlled the motion of the crowd"; "the movement of people from the farms to the cities"; "his move put him directly in my path"
tracking, trailing - the pursuit (of a person or animal) by following tracks or marks they left behind
shadowing, tailing - the act of following someone secretly
stalking, stalk - the act of following prey stealthily
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To the best of our knowledge, this is the first study in Pakistan inquiring into and quantifying the role of personal and familial factors influencing the choice of female medical students and house officers regarding their career in medicine, including pursual of postgraduate qualifications.
According to Pearlman and Cunningham, non-state actors are defined as "an organized political actor not directly connected to the state but pursual aims that affect vital state interests" (Pearlman andCunningham, 2011).
The court after pursual of the record and hearing the arguments of Public Prosecutor, lawyers of Rangers and Dr Asim maintained clause 7 Anti-Terrorist Act (ATA) in the case.
The Stamford Bridge club's continued pursual of Everton's John Stones is a clear indication of the shifting in the Mourinho tactical sands.
The visit is therefore important for the Government s pursual of a free-trade agreement with ASEAN, he added.
Hodge and the PAC have previously attacked HMRC over its pursual of tax revenues.
This theory would be wholly consistent with his rejection of her as a wife (long-term mating) and his pursual of her later after she has married (short-term mating).
In his New York Times review, Bosley Crowther described The Jackie Robinson Story as "a frank and familiar pursual [sic] of the old pluck-and-luck routine, with the hero smacking a grand-slam off Jim Crow in the ninth.
Al-Watan reported May 2 that all provinces in Syria remained quiet and that "no incidents were reported throughout the International Workers' day, while the army continued their pursual of armed groups in Deraa".
His magazine's pursual of Andrew Marr has at last brought some semblance of sense to the whole debate over the tidal wave of censorship that is flowing out of our courts.
As argued by Greenwood and Empson (2003), organizational forms other than partnerships normally have a weaker reputation when it comes to professionalism and the uncompromised pursual of professional goals, which seems to be confirmed by our cases.