1 The carousel is the most brutal game, but have eternal chase each other distance.
2 Just this I finally gave up the chase for you, I decided to let you free.
3 The police have been trying to chase up the dead man's sister, but they have no idea where she lives.
4 The authority can chase up the source of the pollution and demand that the owner clean it up.
5 The police were trying to chase down all possible clues to the murder.
6 Don't chase about any more and sit down quickly.
7 I was in New Hampshire recently watching the Republican presidential candidates chase each other and potential primary voters around.
8 If you don't hear from the builders this week, make sure you chase them up.
9 He saw the policeman chase the mugger down the alley.
10 The crew of the Southern Supporter, an Australian customs vessel, has finally arrived here in Cape Town harbor after an epic three-week chase through the treacherous southern ocean, dodging icebergs and high seas to arrest the crew of a ship caught poaching rare Patagonian tooth fish.
11 The crew of the Southern Supporter has finally arrived here in Cape Town harbor after an epic three-week chase through the treacherous southern ocean.
12 The moment a candle was lighted there was a general rush upon the owner of it; a struggle and a gallant defence followed, but the candle was soon knocked down or blown out, and then there was a glad clamor of laughter and a new chase.
13 They aim to protect assets rather than chase returns, so short-term turbulence has less of an effect.
14 The new Bandidos are just as ribald and rebellious as the originals, whom the cops used to chase day and night.
15 They are, though, the latest example of the continual push by Web companies to collate the reams of personal information shared online in the chase for profits.