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Synonyms for pursual

the act of pursuing in an effort to overtake or capture

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According to Al-Watan, the Syrian army in cooperation with the Lebanese army, opened the border and evacuated women and children in Tall Kalakh before intensifying their pursual of armed groups in the village.
Our early adoption and pursual of international concepts such as 5S has helped us in creating a culture that cares about the environment.
A spokesman for Sandstone said: "The High Court challenge is no longer but that's not to say that our pursual of the site is no longer.
But the Rangers boss hinted that he is unhappy at such a public pursual of his player by the Newcastle boss, who ran the rule over the Frenchman with his coach Dean Saunders.
Although Ginsberg saluted Rimbaud's poetic pursual of "the unsocializing of the animal," Trilling hesitated, telling Ginsberg that "involved in Rimbaud's attitudes is an absolutism which is foreign to my nature, and which I combat" (1945b).
However, as we see further into the characters of the two girls, although they both desire acceptance, Wild Ginger's pursual is clouded by blind ignorance and ambition to become the truest Maoist - the one who would save China from disaster.
The degree of geographical mobility of the TVHS students (in pursual of their studies) and their families is relatively high.
A pursual of various allowances and perquisites, and also additions to allowances over time, has increased the share of allowances in the total wage package quite significantly.
Success, media consciousness, and making it in a |popular' world are celebrated as virtues: with the exception of Vandervelde, McClary's Heroines are technologically savvy and polished performers, even at their most mad, ingenuous, or trashy: Madonna's calculatingly uninhibited and aggressive pursual of that pop-rock-film-video-star world of desire and control mixed with a soupcon of bisexuality, naivete, and transvestism continues unabatingly; Anderson's once-arty-minimalist-now-rock-beat-based social-commentary story-teller persona appeals to urban sophisticates; and Galas has her niche within the avantgarde jazz, new-concert-music, punk, and sexually-socially militant arts community.
Washington's candidacy," Karl Moe, assistant administrator of the city of Chicago, was telling me, "was at the outset the product more of the search for political power than of the pursual of a political policy of reform.
IT MIGHT have been a fugitive recalling the horror of pursual by a band of blood-thirsty vigilantes and their salivating hounds.
He takes a fancy to Annie and starts a relentless pursual of her.
This is the critical concern for the rational action within these structures must be seen as being motivated by the need to reproduce the lifestyle rather than a pursual of simple material gain.