Sue

• (v. i.) To woo; to pay addresses as a lover. • (v. t.) To follow up; to chase; to seek after; to endeavor to win; to woo. • (v. t.) To seek justice or right from, by legal process; to institute process in law against; to bring an action against; to prosecute judicially. • (v. t.) To clean, as the beak; -- said of a hawk. &bull...
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Sue

(from the article `Those Bones Named Sue`) On May 17, 2000, Chicago`s Field Museum of Natural History unveiled a display extraordinary not only for what it was—the largest (12.8 m [42 ft] ... ...of their natural habitats. The Field Museum`s research library contains more than 250,000 volumes. The museum houses some 20 million items...
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sue

1. To follow up; to chase; to seek after; to endeavor to win; to woo. 'For yet there was no man that haddle him sued.' (Chaucer) 'I was beloved of many a gentle knight, And sued and sought with all the service due.' (Spenser) 'Sue me, and woo me, and flatter me.' (Tennyson) ... 2. To seek justice or right from, by legal process; to institute proces...
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Sue

Eugene Sue noun French writer whose novels described the sordid side of city life (1804-1857)
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Sue

[name] Sue is a common short form of the following female given names: It is rarely used as a man`s name, a notable example being Sue K. Hicks (1895-1980), American jurist, who may have inspired the song A Boy Named Sue. ...
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Sue

Sue intransitive verb 1. To seek by request; to make application; to petition; to entreat; to plead. « By adverse destiny constrained to sue For counsel and redress, he sues to you.» Pope. « Cæsar came to Rome to sue for the double honor of a t...
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Sue

Sue transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Sued ; present participle & verbal noun Suing .] [ Middle English suen , sewen , siwen , Old French sivre (pres.ind. 3d sing. il siut , suit ,...
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SUE

Late or later
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SUE

Late or later.
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sue

sue Etymology: 'continue, persevere', from Anglo-French suer, 'follow after, continue'; from Old French sivre, later suivre, 'pursue, follow after'; from Vulgar Latin sequere, 'to follow'; from Latin sequi, 'follow'.
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Sue

Sue is an English name for girls. The meaning is `lily (flower)` The name Sue is most commonly given to Flemish girls. (20 times more often than to American girls.) If it's too long you might use: Susanne, Susanna What do they use in other countries? Sunel Susan (English) The name sounds like: Cee, Zoe Similar names are: Rue, Suze, Suse See also: S...
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Sue

Sue is the nickname of a huge, almost complete T. rex fossil that was found by Susan (Sue) Hendrickson near Faith, South Dakota, USA, in August 1990. After much controversy about its ownership (and other legal matters), Sue (the T. rex) was auctioned at Sotheby's in 1997 for 7.6 million dollars to the Field Museum in Chicago, Illinois, USA, where S...
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Sue

The act of pursuing a legal claim in civil law.
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Sue

To prosecute or commence legal proceedings for the purpose of recovering a right. SUIT - An action. The word suit in the 25th section of the judiciary act of 1789, applies to any proceeding in a court of justice, in which the plaintiff pursues, in such court, the remedy which the law affords him. An application for a prohibition is therefore a suit...
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Sue

[n] - French writer whose novels described the sordid side of city life (1804-1857) 2. [v] - institute legal proceedings against
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