run from


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run from someone or something

to flee someone or something, usually on foot. She ran from the mugger who had accosted her. Mary ran from the dog and jumped over a fence to safety.
See also: run
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It should be noted that in a "fire zone" the defensive lineman will not drop if he reads run from his key -- the offensive lineman, meaning that you will end up with a 6-man pressure vs the run.
Be run from a formation currently in use to avoid the necessity of developing any additional plays for a new formation.
answered with seven in the fifth, and this time it took just one home run from shortstop Jason Williams.
Interval 1: Run from one goal line to the other (100 yards) and back (100 yards), a total of 200 yards.
Interval 2: Run from the goal line to the opposite 10 yard line (90 yards) and back (90 yards), a total of 180 yards.
Interval 3: Run from the goal line to the opposite 20 yard line (80 yards) and back (80 yards), a total of 160 yards.
Interval 4: Run from the goal line to the opposite 30 yard line (70 yards) and back (70 yards), a total of 140 yards.
Interval 5: Run from the goal line to the opposite 40 yard line (60 yards) and back 160 yards), a total of 120 yards.
Interval 6: Run from the goal line to the 50 yard line (50 yards) and back (50 yards), a total of 100 yards.
Interval 7: Run from the goal line to the 40 yard line (40 yards) and back (40 yards), a total of 80 yards.
Interval 8: Run from the goal line to the 30 yard line (30 yards) and back (30 yards), a total of 60 yards.