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Paula usually takes a shower after her run.
That was a record-breaking run.
I went for a run after work.
Pierce has had a fabulous run to the semifinals.
The Lakers are on an unbeaten run of ten games.
I’m sure we’ll continue our run of successful overseas investments.
Lavell has not ruled out a run for the state senate seat.
The plates are a limited edition run of 250.
Puckett scored three runs in the game.
A shuttle bus makes the run from the station to the airport.
I’m doing the school run this morning.
I started on the beginners’ run.
a toboggan run
I’ve had a good run for my money, but it’s time to retire.
He saw the guard was looking the other way and made a run for it.
In the normal run of events, this sort of thing should not happen.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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