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The outcome of it was that von Horn finally decided to make an attempt to follow the trail of the creature that the woman had seen, and with this plan in view persuaded Muda Saffir to arrange with the chief of the long-house at which they then were to furnish him with trackers and an escort of warriors, promising them some splendid heads should they be successful in overhauling Bulan and his pack.
The State of the Climate accompanying this issue helps all of us follow the trail of evidence about climate change.
These strategies follow the patient from the front door of the hospital or emergency room all the way through discharge - examining key aspects of patient flow and quality--and also follow the trail of billing and collections to discover major cash-flow leaks.
Gil Grissom (William Petersen), head of the Las Vegas Crime Lab, races against time to locate Sara, the woman he loves, while his colleagues Catherine Willows (Marg Helgenberger), Warrick Brown (Gary Dourdan), Nick Stokes (George Eads) and Greg Sanders (Eric Szmanda) follow the trail of evidence.
You can certainly tell when the recycling wagon been around, just follow the trail of empty plastic bottles and cans and listen to them roll round all night.
While not as frightening as Stoker's tale, it is fascinating to follow the trail of Dracula from medieval times to the present, and the variety of readers all do an excellent job bringing the story to life.
To catch him you'd just have to follow the trail of cakes to the van.
Instead, let me follow the trail of betrayal itself.