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  • Teams score about a half-run less during the postseason than in the regular season, thus leading to a higher rate of one-run save situations.

    October Is Spooky for Some Closers

  • In the silence of the gym, he dribbled it slowly down the court in his shuffling half-run, the mass of scar tissue flexing and stretching tightly across his shoulders and back as he passed the ball awkwardly from hand to hand.

    Shirts and Skins

  • An audible, “Ahhhhhh….” that sounded like a whining was heard and I saw someone throw someones arm over their shoulder and half-run out the right side.

    Woman Shot During Avatar Screening in New Mexico | /Film

  • We're holding on to each other in a half-run when my feet go out from under me.

    Chase

  • With 7% or 8% body fat I have no surplus and 20K at a half-run leaves me pretty depleted for glycogen stores.

    Part 14: El Camino de Santiago

  • The rickshaw puller feeling the load lighten, picked up the pace to a shambling half-run.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Instead he negotiated the house and farm in a half-run, as though at any second he might break into a full sprint.

    Rainbow’s End

  • From the corner of my eye I saw her half-run towards us but Jake was blocking her path.

    Touch of Evil

  • She bent to give me a quick hug, promised we'd talk more soon, and took off at a half-run, dragging her wheeled carry-on bag behind her.

    Touch of Evil

  • Cursing his own cowardice, Garth lurched into a half-run down the tracks — in the direction of the preservationist camp.

    Sun of Suns

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