Of course, between you and me, those investigations could very well lead to the uncovering of information that would virtually mandate pursual of impeachment. From Wordnik.com. [Rob Kall: Lay Low on Calls for Impeachment . Focus on Investigating "Cover-up Republicans"] Reference
We have thought it worth while to give in detail this method of teaching to read, because it is the most entertaining to children to be taught so, and because many successful instances of the pursual of this plan have come under our observation; and one advantage of it has been, that the children so taught, though never going through the common spelling-lessons, have uniformly exhibited a rare exactness in orthography. From Wordnik.com. [The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 10, No. 61, November, 1862] Reference
Iran and North Korea's eager pursual for nuclear programs. From Wordnik.com. [WN.com - Photown News] Reference
Great confusion daily arises from the constant pursual of a different course. From Wordnik.com. [Guide for Claimants of Deceased Soldiers, Being Instructions to Army Officers and to Claimants, with a Collation of the Laws of Congress and the Orders from the War Department, and the Rules of Practice in the Offices of the Second Auditor and Comptroller of the Treasury, Concerning the Settlement of the Claims of Deceased Officers and Soldiers.] Reference
Thus journalist Jacques Peretti's sensationalising pursual of the flimsier rumours and hypotheses surrounding Woods's rise and demise during his 90-minute film felt like gilding the lily - this subject was sensational already. From Wordnik.com. [Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph] Reference
His plans for the pursual of his ideas and feelings upon this subject had been communicated to his late ward in an urgent and important paper, which his Grace had never seen, but one day, unread, pushed into a certain black cabinet, which perhaps the reader may remember. From Wordnik.com. [The Young Duke] Reference
I look forward to Frantz 'apolotical truth-pursual of the still-unrecognized-by-the-U. S. From Wordnik.com. [Reason Magazine - Hit & Run] Reference
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