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chase

pursuit of a lure on a racetrack or of a dragged hare in a field by a Greyhound.
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To beat Ormskirk in your first game, chasing down such a big total when you're facing someone who opened the bowling for Lancashire (Gavin Griffiths) last year is quite an achievement," said Morris.
In the boys' tournament a strong Ovingham team defeated neighbours Highfield in the final, chasing down 79.
Dafen, in response, came within a whisker of chasing down the target with 10th man in Matthew Donoghue producing a dogged unbeaten 31, but it was the hosts that were ultimately celebrating as Michael Jones claimed the final wicket of Daniel Vaughan, with Matthew Jones taking the all-important catch.
Although Pakistan seemed to be chasing down South Africa's 150/5 successfully when they needed 39 for victory off 31 balls with six wickets in hand, however, the match took a decisive turn when Imran Tahir and Wayne Parnell took three wickets between them off successive deliveries, the report added.
Other celebrity sightings: Paris Hilton getting booed by the Thomas & Mack Center crowd, Arnold Schwarzenegger and wife Maria Shriver chatting with Wayne Newton, Beyonce and boyfriend Jay-Z holding hands -- temporarily throwing off reporters chasing down rumors of their breakup -- and the darling of last week's Grammy awards, Christina Aguilera with a cool homage to the Andrews Sisters' inspired "Candyman" at halftime.
That same week, however, the media began chasing down another surveillance controversy--the National Security Agency's warrantless eavesdropping on Americans--so the military investigation of domestic protesters fell out of the newspapers.
You're no longer chasing down information, information can now find you," explains James Haft, chief financial officer of the USCONDEX.
With BNA, I never feel that I'm chasing down a red herring.
Tennant gets a taste for chasing down the migration path of an arctic peregrine falcon as he rides with a group of Army researchers.
This edition makes it possible to recommend an Elizabethan translation to students who wish to chase down the classical sources of the major poets on their syllabus; since the volume is attractively presented and the notes are accessible, these students may well find themselves chasing down yet more sources.
We're reformulating some of our plans for chasing down these assets," he said.