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The candidates agree on a lot of the big issues, but are divided on how to approach school reform, the roles of teachers unions and accountability in the pursuance of equitable and effective educational options.
In pursuance of his generous resolution, he communicated his designs to Allcraft.
A convention was entered into, in pursuance of which the troops commenced their march on the 6th of January.
The American President, in pursuance of his policy of peace, proclaimed neutrality in the civil war which had arisen in Mexico.
The Recorder then proceeded to pass sentence on him; in pursuance of which, he was executed at Tyburn on the 17th March, 1718.
“And now, O chief, we will begin by demanding redress,” went on Dawes in vigorous pursuance of his policy of boldness.
Gilbert himself probably knew that his appointment had been made in pursuance of the emperor's policy of road and rail.
THE ISLE OF UNRESTHENRY SETON MERRIMAN
In the darkness for hours did the ambulance men of various societies traverse the field in pursuance of their work.
I go for the enforcement of the laws passed in pursuance of the Constitution.
In pursuance of her promise, she only spoke to Mrs. Wetmore, and at the right time Wetmore used his influence with the committee.
THE COAST OF BOHEMIAWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS

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hydranoun | [hahy-druh ]SEE DEFINITION
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