Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of run.
  • noun (slang) Diarrhea/diarrhoea
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of run.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Gautam Gambhir (2 Tests: 255 runs@ 85.00, HS 137, 5 ODIS: 113 runs @37. 66, HS: 63*)

    Cricket365

  • Here's something interesting: If, using Inaz's total values, Alex Gordon had had the exact same season offensively that he did in 2008 (25.7 runs), but combined it with his 2007 defensive performance (5.4 runs+ 2.0 2008 pos adjustment =

    Royals Review

  • It's long been rumoured he'll head to his hometown of Inuvik to take over the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation from Nellie Cournoyea, a friend of Mr. Roland and the North's political matriarch, but her term runs until early 2013.

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  • It's long been rumoured he'll head to his hometown of Inuvik to take over the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation from Nellie Cournoyea, a friend of Mr. Roland and the North's political matriarch, but her term runs until early 2013.

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  • It's long been rumoured he'll head to his hometown of Inuvik to take over the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation from Nellie Cournoyea, a friend of Mr. Roland and the North's political matriarch, but her term runs until early 2013.

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  • The vote yesterday and today is a last major test of Berlusconi's popularity before his term runs out in 2013, and comes as the flamboyant Italian leader is embroiled in legal and sex scandals.

    The Australian | News |

  • It's long been rumoured he'll head to his hometown of Inuvik to take over the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation from Nellie Cournoyea, a friend of Mr. Roland and the North's political matriarch, but her term runs until early 2013.

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  • The loan could also be intended to help a firm get needed funds through the end of the year since the term runs through Jan. 26, 2012.

    Surprise BOJ Dollar Lending Spurs Concern

  • Under Norwegian law, solitary confinement can only be imposed for four weeks at a time, but the prosecution is free ask for an extension when the term runs out.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • Under Norwegian law, solitary confinement can only be imposed for four weeks at a time, but the prosecution is free ask for an extension when the term runs out.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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