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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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But can it really make your employees more productive and the paper chase obsolete?
Mondays through Thursdays; the rest of the time Gruntorad is on a free-market-style paper chase, trying to raise the money to expand Libri's collection (which he estimates now contains about two-thirds of the titles in existence), to protect the works from deterioration caused by heat, humidity, insects, and Prague's permeating host of air pollutants and to collect audio- and videotape oral histories to document human- and civil-rights violations under the communist regime.
He was chasing down dinosaur remains in west texas--a hunt he perform to the paper chase.
New Technology Streamlines Invoice Routing Workflow, Eliminates Inefficient Paper Chase
based, Paper Chase, full-service printing firm has taken over the building at 10 Chamber Drive in Town and Country Industrial Park in Washington, firm also possesses Signs360 and Inkspillers and foster would be migrating all of those operations into the same facility.
But the 23-year-old defender, who has signed a three-year-deal, has revealed his Celtic debut is on hold while he embarks on a paper chase.
GIVEAWAY Captain Trilby SHEER CLASS Dress AND THEY'RE OFF A couple of streakers run across course, top, before police step in, above LOST COURSE Bizarre outfit 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 AINTREE SWEET?
LEE CLARK is fed up playing paper chase and desperate for a proper game of football at Bristol Rovers tomorrow.
Blackmore obtained a vehicle keepers record from the DVLA and a paper chase was created to hide the deception.
Blackmore obtained a V5 - the vehicle keepers record -from the DVLA and a paper chase was created to hide the deception.
Examples of programs that were intensely popular among smaller viewing groups, and thus faced cancellation on commercial television, include Lawrence Welk among elder viewers, Dark Shadows among teenagers, Star Trek among science fiction fans, The Waltons among nostalgic idealists, and Dick Cavett or Paper Chase among intellectuals.
The scam came to light in 2000 and it took police two years to crack the complicated web of deceit in a paper chase which spanned continents.