Etymology: prosequor, to follow or persue
- The act of prosecuting a scheme or endevour. e.g. The prosecution of the war fell to Winston Churchill.
- The institution of legal proceedings (particularly criminal) against a person.
- The prosecuting party. e.g. For the , Mr Standfast and for the Defence Mr Backpedal
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