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track

the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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The horse's track was already hardly visible in places where the snow did not lie deep.
About twelve o'clock a troop of ten or twelve thousand head of buffalo encumbered the track.
He would have crushed the first buffaloes, no doubt, with the cow-catcher; but the locomotive, however powerful, would soon have been checked, the train would inevitably have been thrown off the track, and would then have been helpless.
There were boys' races and girls' races, races of young women and old women, of fat men and fat women, sack races and three-legged races, and the contestants strove around the small track through a Bedlam of cheering supporters.
We found, however, as we advanced that this portion of the moor is intersected with soft patches, and, though we frequently lost sight of the track, we always succeeded in picking it up once more.
Even then it was no easy matter to keep to the right track, for the moon had not yet risen, and the high cliffs on either side made the obscurity more profound.
As Adam was engaged on his own researches regarding Lady Arabella, it was only natural that there should be some crossing of each other's tracks.
The combatants advanced along the trodden tracks, nearer and nearer to one another, beginning to see one another through the mist.
Next morning the king sent his people out to seek the track, but it was all in vain, for in every street poor children were sitting, picking up peas, and saying: 'It must have rained peas, last night.
I was interested to note that the tracks of the pursuing horsemen, for such I was now convinced they must be, continued after Powell with only a brief stop at the hole for water; and always at the same rate of speed as his.
I was going to follow around, but I stooped down to look at the tracks first.
Stopping in my tracks I moved my sword so that it made the dead head appear to turn inquiring eyes upon the gorilla-man.