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They were chased by photographers as they took their son to school.
I chased after the robbers for more than a mile.
The band have often been chased down the street by enthusiastic fans.
The male fish chases off other males that try to get too close to the females.
He chased the snakes away with a stick.
We chased the cat out of the house.
The military leaders were chased from power two years ago.
Amin was chased out of the country in 1979.
I saw Jill chasing up the path waving a letter.
I’ve been chasing round all week buying presents.
There’s no sense in chasing all over the country.
I suppose chasing fame and fortune isn’t worth it after all.
Many companies are still chasing debts that are more than five years old.
Aren’t you getting a bit old for chasing girls?
She could not imagine him chasing after other women.
an elaborately chased silver dish