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Sentence count:96+6 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-16Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: carry outcompletedischargeexecuteexercisefollowfulfillpracticepursuetransactSimilar words: prosecutorprosecutionpersecuteexecuteconsecutivecutesecureacuteMeaning: ['prɑsɪkjuːt /'prɒ-]  v. 1. conduct a prosecution in a court of law 2. bring a criminal action against (in a trial) 3. carry out or participate in an activity; be involved in. 
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1. The police decided not to prosecute.
2. We can only prosecute if there is sufficient evidence.
3. A war crimes tribunal was set up to prosecute those charged with atrocities.
4. The police have decided not to prosecute because the evidence is not strong enough.
5. I always prosecute people who trespass on my land.
6. We cannot prosecute the investigation further.
7. They had overwhelming public support to prosecute the war.
8. Will you be able to prosecute your responsibilities effectively?
9. The victim has said that she will not prosecute.
10. He has decided to prosecute her after careful consideration of all the relevant facts.
11. Does the agency have the power to prosecute companies, or is it a toothless organization?
12. He seemed convinced that the US would prosecute the war to its end.
13. The attorney who will prosecute the case says he cannot reveal how much money is involved.
14. Who is going to prosecute the case?
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15. More recently, Prueher decided to prosecute Capt.
16. By all means prosecute them for that.
17. A reluctance to prosecute police officers.
18. We will continue to prosecute the war to the end.
19. And there are no plans to prosecute the store owners.
20. Holmes sought their identities, so he could prosecute them for violating laws regarding grand jury secrecy.
21. But the police say they will prosecute where offences can be proved.
22. The Attorney General was aware of the political implications of his decision to prosecute.
23. Photographs taken by roadside cameras will soon be enough to prosecute drivers for speeding.
24. Cummins replaced Linda Klee, who was demoted to trial attorney and will prosecute gang-related cases, Hallinan said.
25. The procurator fiscal has a wide measure of autonomy, both in a discretion whether to prosecute and in choosing the charges.
26. The government had neither funds nor resources with which to prosecute a successful war against her stronger northern neighbor.
27. Since taking over as district attorney last year,[] he has vowed to vigorously prosecute anyone who violently preys on streetwalkers.
28. The department said it had not decided where it would prosecute the Unabom case.
29. Other than these disclosures, the DTI may also take action towards disqualification or prosecute on other Companies Act offences.
30. There is still concern that a military regime would be reluctant to prosecute its own kind.
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