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track

the type of procedures which will apply to a case under the Civil Procedure Rules.
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Never had I known him to be in error in a matter of tracking, so it was with a feeling of entire security that I moved cautiously in the huge beast's wake.
And yet the fuming crowd did not know that, at that very moment when they were tracking the scent of one of their victims, the other, as if hurrying to meet his fate, passed, at a distance of not more than a hundred yards, behind the groups of people and the dragoons, to betake himself to the Buytenhof.
Nervously alert, strung to extreme tension, but without alarm, still playing at the game of tracking, Jerry followed.
That I was the man whom he was tracking could not be doubted: his disguise and his position on the top of the coach proved it only too plainly.
The party including ever one, was divided into two spells, each of which hauled at th tracking line alternately for an hour and a half.
Feeling that the persons whose course I was tracking must necessarily have entered the plantation at this point, I entered it too.
He had been very successful in tracking and breaking up certain nefarious secret societies amongst the natives.
Then I traced back a course of life for this latest scion of a race of condottieri, tracking down his misfortunes, looking for the reasons of the deep moral and physical degradation out of which the lately revived sparks of greatness and nobility shone so much the more brightly.
In his tracking out of the claim to its complete establishment, Mr Pancks had shown a sagacity that nothing could baffle, and a patience and secrecy that nothing could tire.
This inalienable habit of saving, as an end in itself, belonged to the industrious men of business of a former generation, who made their fortunes slowly, almost as the tracking of the fox belongs to the harrier,--it constituted them a "race," which is nearly lost in these days of rapid money-getting, when lavishness comes close on the back of want.
Barbara had no objection to this arrangement, and Kit, tracking out the idea which had come upon him so suddenly overnight, began to think that surely Barbara was fond of him, and surely he was fond of Barbara.
So they don't care to hide that they are tracking me like a pack of dogs.
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