References in classic literature ?
'To reason with her,' pursued Bradley, half humouring what was present, and half angry with what was not present; 'for her own sake.'
'But I fear,' he pursued, after a pause, furtively wrenching at the seat of his chair with one hand, as if he would have wrenched the chair to pieces, and gloomily observing her while her eyes were cast down, 'that my humble services would not have found much favour with you?'
They shot him, and pursued me, by the scent of their dog, three miles; but I killed the dog, and escaped.
Ashton, with twenty-five men, pursued, and overtook the savages, and a smart fight ensued, which lasted two hours; but they being superior in number, obliged Captain Ashton's party to retreat, with the loss of eight killed, and four mortally wounded; their brave commander himself being numbered among the dead.
Trigg, Major Harland, and myself, speedily collected one hundred and seventy-six men, well armed, and pursued the savages.
When we gave way, they pursued us with the utmost eagerness, and in every quarter spread destruction.
In the mean time, the alarm spread through the neighbourhood; the armed men collected immediately, and pursued the ravagers into the wilderness.
So long as I pursued my profession, the place in which I pursued it was a matter of no importance to my mind.
Sandra Nkatha, HR Manager, Angaza Africa Sacco, agrees that individuals with diverse interests and skills find it difficult to pay full attention to one skill."Think about it, it is hard to focus on acting when you think you could do better if you had pursued, say, graphic design.
The main goal of the policy being pursued by President of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev is to take care of people, Deputy Prime Minister, Executive Secretary of the New Azerbaijan Party, Deputy Chairman Ali Ahmadov told reporters in Baku on Jan.
Subsequently, in 2012, he pursued his M.Phil in Philosophy.
Fifth Harmony, who released three studio albums, has pursued the classic pop sound of girl bands but with an R and B and Latin tinge.