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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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Handy Andy 15 ran Record of first seven home: 3 wins from 5 runs - Rolling Aces, Handy Andy, Listen Boy = +5 Record of last eight home: 2 wins from 6 runs - Benheir, Godsmejudge = +2 Total record: 5 wins from 11 runs (45%) for a profit of +PS2 to PS1 levels.
After the Rangers scored their two runs in the sixth, the Angels nearly answered with two of their own on a full-count single to center from Garret Anderson.
This will allow us to run Iso on Sam but show outside zone flow.
If the cornerback is playing up or tight, run a deep "Go" route by him.
This is the seventh year that CENTURY 21 Real Estate LLC - the "Official Real Estate Organization of Major League Baseball" - has hosted the grand slam sweepstakes in conjunction with the CENTURY 21 Home Run Derby.
1), the QB will give the Sprinter the ball and then fake to the running back on the called run play.
When Jeff Weaver gave up a two-run home run to Brad Wilkerson in the second inning, it served as the right-hander's breaking point.
Batting first, the Indian Club scored 200 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 25 overs with Shailesh Kumar (53 runs), Asif (3 wickets for 32 runs) and (Riaz 2 wickets for 31 runs) being their top players.
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.
Thus, the 90-day period for filing a Tax Court petition begins to run 61 days after Date 2.
Law enforcement officers from around the world stop to reflect on these words before beginning a run at the FBI Academy.
In other words, an emulator is a program that runs on the new computer and makes it behave like the old computer, which allows the new computer to run virtually any program that originally ran on the old computer, thereby virtually recreating the old computer.
Joseph Simmons better known as Run of Run-DMC and now known as Reverend Run is one of those survivors.