days running

days running

 and weeks running; months running; years running
days in a series; months in a series; etc. (Follows a number.) I had a bad cold for five days running. For two years running, I brought work home from the office every night.
See also: days, running
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Cuomo's intimate understanding of housing in New York, borne of his days running the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and as an attorney supervising the production of offering plans, suggests that his election as attorney general will ease what has become a development bottleneck.
Their data, reported in the August Ecology, show that many fish eat all the time, while some others spend the majority of their days running on empty.
So what does that mean for Northern Ireland where we're lucky if the temperature remains the same for just two days running and where everybody knows we can experience all four seasons in just one day?
His early days running a Bulletin Board Service in California led to his consulting career in Internet infrastructure.
Last week, Nicki and Joe Ehret thought their days running their coffee house at the Janss Marketplace were numbered.