- v go after with the intent to catch
- s relentless and indefatigable in pursuit or as if in pursuit
impossible to escape the dogging fears
- But since its inception, the biggest issue dogging Wikipedia has been concerns about its accuracy.
- Fitzgerald pursued the Libby case with the same persistence he has shown throughout a 19-year career dogging drug lords, Mafia kingpins and assorted terrorists.
- A third got on the list for his diligent bird-dogging of Enron, Homeland Security and the Pentagon.
News & Articles
- Texas banker puts up $1M for tricky math solution
A Texas banker is upping the ante to $1 million for whoever solves a tricky problem that's been dogging mathematicians since the 1980s.
June 11, 2013 - Grand Island Independent
- Matt Reed: The next Watergate? Not even close
Where would you place the three controversies dogging the Obama administration today among the worst presidential scandals since the 1960s? I keep hearing from readers who insist Benghazi, the IRS abuses or the seizure of journalists’ phone records are “as bad or worse than Watergate.”
June 9, 2013 - The Bay Bulletin
- Benjamin Franklin in Forbes
Gonzales' problems here feed into and build on all of the competence issues that have been dogging the administration since Katrina,said Charles Franklin, political science professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
- Dana White in TSN
I hear you bro . . .,says White, adding: "Dude, what are you mad-dogging me for? I'm not the judge."
- Stan Collymore in Sydney Morning Herald
What I have done is disgusting and I'm so ashamed, but I'm only human,Collymore, 33, said. "I can only beg for forgiveness. Over the last couple of years I have been to dogging sites maybe a dozen to 15 times, and yes I have taken part and...