The pursuit of happiness is a double-edged sword; self-reliance often bleeds into selfishness.
His pursuit took him not only to Israel but through a long list of possible suspects.
The reason: they think Murdoch won't be easily deterred and will continue his pursuit.
late 14c., "persecution," also "action of pursuit," from Anglo-French purseute, from Old French porsuite "a search, pursuit" (14c., Modern French poursuite), from porsivre (see pursue). Sense of "one's profession, recreation, etc." first recorded 1520s. As a type of track cycling race from 1938.