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1. n. a session or period of time spent doing something; a period of time when something happens. The market had a good run today.
2. tv. to transport contraband, alcohol, or drugs. Harry the Horse used to run booze during prohibition.
3. n. an act of transporting contraband. Four soldiers were killed during a run.

run

/take its course
To follow its natural progression or development: Should we let the illness run its course?
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Well now, run upstairs, all three of you, and get clean things on, and then tell the housekeeper to give you some tea.
However, it's all over at last, and they have run over nothing but an old pig in Southam Street.
Well, be quick some of you, that's all," said the great man, as he turned out of bed, and putting on his slippers, went out into the great passage, which runs the whole length of the bedrooms, to get his Sunday habiliments out of his portmanteau.
Laughing Game 8 ran Record of first four home: 0 win from 0 run = 0 Record of last four home: 2 wins from 3 runs - Quartz De Montceau, Ballinhassig = +4 Total record: 2 wins from 3 runs (67%) for a profit of +PS19 to PS1 levels.
THE Indian Club eased past ABM Climex by 70 runs while Global Metal had a massive win of 97 runs over EM Dekor in the Bahrain Cricket Association League.
8 : to move freely about <He let the animals run loose.
I've run the half-marathon several times,'' she said, recalling that the first year the course meandered from Canyon Country all the way to Magic Mountain.
It can be run out of a single back set with a slot receiver running the underneath shovel or with a two-back set (Diags.
By separately analyzing these components, you can learn not only to identify how hard you are working without a heart rate monitor, but also to recognize how exertion changes from moment to moment during a run.
On the next day, 61 days after Date 3A and 211 (60 + 90 + 61) days after Date 2, any portion of the SOL period that had not run when the deficiency notice was issued begins to run.
The first run of the Challenge, Not in Kansas Anymore, consists of 1.
Then whenever the artifact is accessed in the future, its original software is retrieved and run under an emulator of its original computer that runs on some future computer.
However, her love for the sport has led her to run in several marathons, including those in Ohio, Hawaii, Illinois and Washington, D.
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resident and University of Colorado graduate, is preparing for the New York City Marathon which will be a training run for the 2008 Olympic Marathon Trials scheduled for New York City.