English version

in pursuance of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin pursuance of somethingin pursuance of somethingformalPURPOSE with the aim of doing or achieving something, or while doing something In pursuance of this objective, 8,000 letters were sent. pursuance
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in pursuance of somethingEven a non-trading corporation may need to engage in various activities in pursuance of its objects.The raising of morale has been imposed by management in pursuance of surplus value and the maintenance of managerial authority.Nor, it is submitted, can it properly be regarded as one in pursuance of which possession or ownership passes either.Then, in pursuance of his interest in Whitman and others, he decided to study to become a librarian.
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