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27 February

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What does "not something to pursue" in the sentence of "It turned out to be a favorable outcome, but definitely not something to pursue."
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I wonder if it means "not to anticipate/hope the outcome (from the beginning/before it comes out)" or "not to follow/exploit the outcome to do something".
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