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track

the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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It's certainly all right to lose track and make a mistake.
Beth, Jon, and Kate lose track of their lives every day.
The story of opposition turning to revolution and the shifts within that revolution is interesting and well told, though one can easily lose track of the many political and religious factions.
I begin to lose track of all this inertia stuff as we slide out of the loop and into a spiral, another loop, and then two spirals turned on their sides.
For instance, in the skein of Wonham's nineteen readings, while even veteran readers of Chesnutt's stories may lose track of the distinctions of each, Wonham has not; his habit of recalling the details of earlier stories as he enters another reading both clarifies and particularizes our sense of Chesnutt's preoccupations.
But all the painstakingly detailed construction that's gone into certain passages of this work seems to suggest the mind, not of someone apt to lose track of overall structure in favor of minutiae, but on the contrary, of an artist capable of really conceiving a single structure as penetrating all the way down from the big picture to its smallest unit, and therefore capable of soliciting the contemplation of contemporary experience from the standpoint of its most trivial by-products.
I began to lose track of the people who died in great agony in the Number Six clinic in Moscow.
Every year, about $2,340 in cash "disappears" from Americans' wallets when they simply lose track of their spending, according to a new survey commissioned by Visa USA.
Around 12pc of those questioned also said they lose track of their bank balance due to making mistakes when converting pounds into the local currency.