Hunt was joined by a person whom he had invited, by letter, to engage
as a partner in the expedition.
Philip could not tell whether he meant to engage
him or not.
The fourth move after the victory of the Black Odwar found Gahan upon U-Dor's fourth; an Orange Panthan was on the adjoining square diagonally to his right and the only opposing piece that could engage him other than U-Dor himself.
U-Dor could move out and engage Gahan, or he could move his Princess' Panthan upon the square occupied by Gahan in he hope that the former would defeat the Black Chief and thus draw the game, which is the outcome if any other than a Chief slays the opposing Chief, or he could move away and escape, temporarily, the necessity for personal combat, or at least that is evidently what he had in mind as was obvious to all who saw him scanning the board about him; and his disappointment was apparent when he finally discovered that Gahan had so placed himself that there was no square to which U-Dor could move that it was not within Gahan's power to reach at his own next move.
His position was a delicate one, since he did not wish to engage Gahan personally, while it appeared that there was little likelihood of his being able to escape.
They blamed U-Dor, though in fact he was well within his rights in directing his play as he saw fit, nor was a refusal on his part to engage the Black Chief necessarily an imputation of cowardice.
However, I shall ask my friend, who is in business here, about this Val Jacinto, and if I find him all right we may engage him "
So we have decided to engage you," Professor Bumper informed Val Jacinto the afternoon following the meeting.
Each of the engaging fasteners has an insert and an engaging portion while each of the landing fasteners has a pocket adapted to receive the insert and a landing portion formed on an outer surface of the pocket so that the engaging portion releasably engages
the landing portion.
2 : to take part in or cause to take part in something <He engages
in many school activities.
The Code uses one of two tests to determine whether a charity engages
in a permissible level of lobbying: the "substantial part" test or the elective expenditure test.