pursuit

  • 21pursuit — noun 1) the pursuit of profit Syn: striving toward, quest after/for, search for; aim, goal, objective, dream 2) a worthwhile pursuit Syn: activity, hobby, pastime, diversion, recreat …

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  • 22pursuit — noun 1) the pursuit of profit Syn: striving for, quest after/for, search for 2) a worthwhile pursuit Syn: activity, hobby, pastime, diversion, recreation, amusement, occupation …

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  • 23pursuit — [pəˈsjuːt] noun 1) [U] the process of trying to achieve something the pursuit of happiness[/ex] 2) [U] the process of chasing someone Several police officers are in pursuit of the stolen car.[/ex] 3) [C] formal an activity that you enjoy his… …

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  • 24Pursuit — La Deuxième Vie du colonel Schraeder La Deuxième vie du colonel Schraeder (Pursuit) est un téléfilm américano britannico yougoslave de Ian Sharp, diffusé en 1989. Synopsis L histoire du lieutenant SS Helmut von Schraeder, qui à l approche des… …

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  • 25pursuit — persekiojimas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Puolamoji operacija priešo pajėgoms, mėginančioms pabėgti, pasivyti ar užkirsti joms kelią turint tikslą sunaikinti. atitikmenys: angl. pursuit pranc. poursuite …

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  • 26pursuit — That which one engages in as an occupation, trade, or profession; that which is followed as a continued or at least extended and prolonged employment. Dorrell v. Norida Land & Timber Co., 53 Idaho 793, 27 P.2d 960. Activity that one pursues or… …

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  • 27pursuit — A following after one for the purpose of overtaking him. Engaging in something as a profession, an occupation, or a recreation. Cook v Massey, 38 Idaho 264, 220 P 1088, 35 ALR 200, 206. See fresh pursuit …

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  • 28pursuit — n. 1 the act or an instance of pursuing. 2 an occupation or activity pursued. Phrases and idioms: in pursuit of pursuing. Etymology: ME f. OF poursuite (as PUR , SUIT) …

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  • 29pursuit — An offensive operation designed to catch or cut off a hostile force attempting to escape, with the aim of destroying it …

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  • 30pursuit — noun Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French pursute, from pursure Date: 14th century 1. the act of pursuing 2. an activity that one engages in as a vocation, profession, or avocation ; occupation Synonyms: see work …

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  • 31pursuit — noun /pɝˈsut/ a) The act of pursuing. b) A hobby or recreational activity, done regularly …

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  • 32PURSUIT — Platelet Glycoprotein IIb/IIIa Underpinning the Receptor for Suppression of Unstable Ischemia Trial; Platelet Glycoprotein IIb IIIa in Unstable Angina: Receptor Suppression Using Integrilin Therapy …

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  • 33pursuit — Synonyms and related words: accomplishment, activity, aim, area, art, avocation, bag, business, butt, by end, by purpose, calling, career, career building, careerism, chasing, chevy, chivy, craft, cup of tea, destination, dogging, employment, end …

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  • 34PURSUIT — Purchasing & Supply Unified Information Technology …

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  • 36pursuit — pur·suit || pÉ™r suːt /pÉ™ sju n. chase, hunt; quest, search; occupation, pastime …

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  • 37Pursuit —    Voir 200 000 Dollars en cavale …

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  • 38pursuit — noun 1》 the action of pursuing. 2》 a recreational or sporting activity. 3》 a cycling race in which competitors set off from different parts of a track and attempt to overtake one another. Origin ME: from Anglo Norman Fr. purseute following after …

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  • 39pursuit — n. 1. Chase, race. 2. Pursuance, prosecution, following out …

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  • 40pursuit of — 1. Chase after. 2. Prosecution of, search for, quest, endeavor after …

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