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paper chase

a former type of cross-country run in which a runner laid a trail of paper for others to follow
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After a break for the Second World War, the paper chase name was dropped from the league's title in 1948 and was renamed the Northumberland and Durham Harrier League, until it was changed once again to its present title, the North East Harrier League in 1976.
COURSE Bizarre outfit AND THEY'RE OFF A couple of streakers run across course, top, before police step in, above PAPER CHASE Girl by Mirror stand ALL WHITE Going with the flow IT'S TIPPLE CHASE One girl sips drink OUT IN FRONT Beauty's skimpy top GREAT FORM Shapely racegoer yesterday LOVELY HORSE: PAGES 20&21 COOL LOOK 3 Refreshment HAT-TRICK n Fancy headgear
The popular author first began writing in the 1970s and his first novel, A Paper Chase, was published in 1973.
Too often the result is a shallow paper chase where an undergraduate is happy to survive the system without descending into mediocrity or worse flunking out altogether.
Staff went on a frantic paper chase to try recover them.
This article deals with the professor-student relationship in three American literary works published in the twentieth century: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (1953), Return to Dust by George Bamber (1959), and The Paper Chase by Jay Osborn (1970).
Ninety-seven percent either SA or A that they liked the way faculty rotated to different groups, that the practicum students were helpful and that the paper chase should be given to next years class.
PAPER CHASE Pupils at Dutchess Community High School involved in the recycling project.
I read Karin Evans' The Lost Daughters of China when we were completing the paper chase, and while I appreciated the sentiments that Ms.
The paper chase that firms face when seeking grants must end, business warned today.
TigerStop's new product, Clipboard with Visual Optimizer, eliminates the paper chase of printed parts lists.
I recently came upon your very interesting article on paper/document/content management for insurers ("Firing up the Paper Chase," Risk & Insurance[R], Sept.