pursuant

[ per-soo-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF pursuant

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Pursuant to the foregoing "call," a notable convention was held.

Pursuant to Solar Regulation 3, we have the right to enforce martial law.

She passed into the hall, and Hildebrand, pursuant to her injunction, followed her in silence.

He was executed at Tyburn, pursuant to his sentence, on July 28th 1779.

Of course they had to be returned to the river, pursuant to law.

Pursuant to this system, the nations of Canaan were first destroyed.

Measures have been taken, pursuant to law, for the extension of the Capitol.

Parliament met, pursuant to adjournment, on the 3rd of February.

But the head, pursuant to the sentence, was carried to Lima.

Miss Howe approached the door, the blue glance of Macandrew pursuant.

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hunter

nouna person who hunts
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