To whom it is no matter what living waters run high
or low, reflect the heavenly lights and darknesses, produce their little growth of weeds and flowers, turn here, turn there, are noisy or still, are troubled or at rest, for their course has one sure termination, though their sources and devices are many.
As when the waves run high
before the blast of the south wind and break on some lofty headland, dashing against it and buffeting it without ceasing, as the storms from every quarter drive them, even so did the Achaeans rise and hurry in all directions to their ships.
Concerns run high
over falling stock prices; high levels of margin trading, or investors borrowing money from a broker to purchase stock; high-risk loans that depend on stock as collateral; and pressures on large institutions to hold stocks to maintain a price level in stock indices.
Many of these spills are caused by oil theft and pipeline sabotage, a crime committed daily in the Niger Delta, where frustrations among millions of people in poverty run high
When it comes to divorce, emotions and the desire to be litigious often run high
The Irish settlers are particularly abused and disdained by the English, and resentments run high
But since Ozon has spent almost a decade turning out such nervy, quirky stuff (see immediately Sitcom and Under the Sand, if you haven't already), it's natural that expectations run high
for Swimming Pool, his first English-language film, teaming him again with Charlotte Rampling, whose career he reignited two years ago in Under the Sand.
Even in a town with Quakers and Mennonites, feelings run high
against pacifists as other local boys are fighting and dying in the war.
The grooved-feed unit reportedly processes polyolefins at high rates with uniform melt quality and consistent temperature and pressure, and is said to efficiently run high
percentages of regrind or scrap.