He flew towards the town, urged on the driver, and suddenly made a new and "unalterable" plan to procure that "accursed money" before evening.
"Where were you able to procure such a sum all at once, when by your own confession, at five o’clock the same day you—"
He was instructed to avoid raising the alarm when he reached Mokroe, but to keep constant watch over the "criminal" till the arrival of the proper authorities, to procure also witnesses for the arrest, police constables, and so on.
There are no more uses of "procure" in the book.
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She said the Air Force lacks the funds to procure maintenance equipment it needs.
She was charged with making false statements to procure a passport.