run vs jog

run jog

Definitions

  • 1) To emit pus, mucus, or serous fluid.
  • 2) To take a particular form, order, or expression.
  • 3) To accumulate or accrue.
  • 4) To be published or broadcast, especially as news.
  • 5) To move without hindrance or restraint.
  • 6) To retreat rapidly; flee.
  • 7) To pass into or become subject to a specified condition.
  • 8) To be present as a valid accompaniment.
  • 9) To compete in a race for elected office.
  • 10) To take part in a race or contest by running.
  • 11) To tend to persist or recur.
  • 12) To become known or prevalent rapidly in or over an area.
  • 13) To hunt or pursue; chase.
  • 14) To be valid or in effect, as in a given area.
  • 15) To cause (an animal) to move quickly or rapidly.
  • 16) To migrate, especially to move in a shoal in order to spawn. Used of fish.
  • 17) To move or go quickly or hurriedly.
  • 18) To pass; elapse.
  • 19) To travel over a regular route.
  • 20) To flow, especially in a steady stream.
  • 21) To be wet or covered with a liquid.
  • 22) Nautical To sail or steer before the wind or on an indicated course.
  • 23) Informal To depart; leave.
  • 24) To make a short, quick trip or visit.
  • 25) To be presented or performed.
  • 26) To allow to move without restraint.
  • 27) To travel over on foot at a pace faster than a walk.
  • 28) To spread or dissolve, as dyes in fabric.
  • 29) To melt and flow.
  • 30) To extend, spread, or climb as a result of growing.
  • 31) To occupy or exist in a certain range.
  • 32) To finish a race or contest in a specified position.
  • 33) To move freely, as on wheels.
  • 34) To move swiftly on foot so that both or all feet are not on the ground during each stride.
  • 35) To extend, stretch, or reach in a certain direction or to a particular point.
  • 36) To go when in trouble or distress.
  • 37) To have dye spread or dissolve.
  • 38) To be in operation; function or work.
  • 39) To tend or incline.
  • 40) To unravel along a line.

Definitions

  • 1) A form of exercise, slower than a run
  • 2) A protruding or receding part in a surface or line.
  • 3) A jogging movement or rhythm.
  • 4) A slight push or shake; a nudge.
  • 5) A slow steady trot.
  • 6) An abrupt change in direction.
  • 7) a slow, regular, jolting gait; hence, a routine habit or method, persistently adhered to.
  • 8) A liesurely running pace. See jog{2}, v. i.
  • 9) A rub; a slight stop; an obstruction; hence, an irregularity in motion of from; a hitch; a break in the direction of a line or the surface of a plane.
  • 10) A slight shake; a shake or push intended to give notice or awaken attention; a push; a jolt.
  • 11) a sharp change in direction
  • 12) Irregularity of motion; a jolting motion; a jolt or shake.
  • 13) Any notch or recess in a line; a small depression in a surface; an irregularity of line or surface.
  • 14) In mech., a square notch; a right-angled recess or step. See cut under joint (fig. b).
  • 15) In mining, a short post or piece of timber placed between two others to keep them apart; a studdle.
  • 16) A slight push or shake; a nudge; especially, a shake or push intended to give notice or awaken attention.
  • 17) To push slightly; to move or shake with a push or jerk; to jolt.
  • 18) To straighten stacks of paper by lighting tapping against a flat surface.
  • 19) ) To have a jog (UK); to take a jog (US).
  • 20) To shake, stir or rouse.
  • 21) stimulate to remember
  • 22) give a slight push to
  • 23) run for exercise
  • 24) To touch, push, or shake slightly or gently; nudge; move by pushing.
  • 25) To move by jogs or small shocks, like those of a slow trot; move idly, heavily, or slowly: generally followed by on or along.
  • 26) Hence To stimulate gently; stir up by a hint or reminder: as, to jog a person's memory.
  • 27) To pierce; thrust, See jag.
  • 28) To proceed in a leisurely manner.
  • 29) To move by shoving, bumping, or jerking; jar.
  • 30) To rouse or stimulate as if by nudging.
  • 31) To go or travel at a slow or leisurely pace.
  • 32) To give a push or shake to; nudge.
  • 33) Sports To run in such a way for sport or exercise.
  • 34) To move with a jolting rhythm.
  • 35) To cause (a horse) to move at a leisurely pace.
  • 36) To run or ride at a steady slow trot.
  • 37) To move by jogs or small shocks, like those of a slow trot; to move slowly, leisurely, or monotonously; -- usually with on, sometimes with over.
  • 38) To run at less than maximum speed; to move on foot at a pace between a walk and a run; to run at a moderate pace so as to be able to continue for some time; -- performed by people, mostly for exercise.
  • 39) To cause to jog; to drive at a jog, as a horse. See Jog, v. i.
  • 40) To push or shake with the elbow or hand; to jostle; esp., to push or touch, in order to give notice, to excite one's attention, or to warn.
  • 41) To suggest to; to notify; to remind; to call the attention of.

Examples

  • 1) It is absurd to expect it to give a running commentary.
  • 2) Score some runs in the first innings.
  • 3) Before this action the cars ran short of petrol.
  • 4) His assistant jumped out from time to time and ran forward to check the points.
  • 5) We no longer run nationalised industries for the good of their workers.
  • 6) Yet film of the incident appears to show the two players accidentally tripping each other as they ran in opposite directions.
  • 7) With patter like that, has she considered running for office herself?
  • 8) In previous years we have changed the team and gone on good runs in the Cup.
  • 9) And, suddenly, the runs flowed.
  • 10) It means that the defences have already run out.
  • 11) Tube trains were empty and offices were running on a skeleton staff.
  • 12) My running gives me more time together as a family.
  • 13) What if we run out of money?
  • 14) There was lots of shouting outside and then people running off.
  • 15) The mum of one ran up an escalator to an exit and mingled with a crowd.
  • 16) They allowed us to go to the dogs because they allowed these owners to run us.
  • 17) The regulation saga has a long way to run.
  • 18) He tries to be patient with her but it quickly runs out when she is being difficult.
  • 19) He failed to get on board when the stars were tackling a bobsleigh run.
  • 20) We were not attempting to score any runs at all.
  • 21) The traffic of refugees was still running in two directions.
  • 22) There are a number of essential committee members for good running of a support group.
  • 23) She simply could not bring herself to let him run free any more.
  • 24) We run the car as we run the car.
  • 25) He could neither take wickets nor stem the flow of runs.
  • 26) Very little action on the part of the applicant companies would have stopped time running.
  • 27) He cannot say he has not been given a fair run.
  • 28) Sometimes she seems to have the slightly worried look of one who is already beginning to run out of time.
  • 29) So there were fears another Cup run could hamper them again.
  • 30) Today, rather than run a network of secret torture centers as the Soviets 'proxy Mohammad Najibullah did, President Hamid Karzai has set himself up as a defender of the rights of Afghans detained in U. S.-run prisons, something that plays well with the population.
  • 31) Amber stands poised, as if ready to run -- _run away from me?
  • 32) But can the fact of his uncles and aunts running less well than his fathers and mothers be a means of his fathers and mothers coming to run _better than they used to run_?
  • 33) But stay; there are many more that run than there be that obtain; therefore, he that will have heaven must _run_ for it!
  • 34) O sad will the state of those be that run and miss I Therefore if you will have heaven you must _run_ for it; and "so run, that ye may obtain."
  • 35) Men that run for a wager, (if they intend to _win_ as well as _run_,) do not use to encumber themselves, or carry those things about them that may be a hindrance to them in their running.
  • 36) · SQL Commander - Make it possible to run scripts of unlimited size with the @run command
  • 37) Open Cup quarterfinal run, but was unable to piece together a stretch� run� in the regular season.
  • 38) "Proper exercise" is generally a 5-mile run (a * run*, not a walk around the block at your pace) per day.
  • 39) ‘He rushed downstairs in his bare feet and ran outside on to the snowy street.’
  • 40) ‘Jobs used to be more physical and kids walked to school and ran about outside rather than playing on computers.’
  • 41) ‘The way the cars are parked, there's only inches either side of you and you're worrying in case a child or a dog comes running out from between the cars.’
  • 42) ‘Ryan got out of the car and ran towards the school.’
  • 43) ‘He saw a man run towards the car which drove at him forcing him to move sharply out of the way.’
  • 44) ‘Tessa sticks her tongue out and runs toward her brother, giggling.’
  • 45) ‘As I drove off, a rabbit ran across the road, stopped midway, and turned back.’
  • 46) ‘I was kinda nervous that they would run after us but they didn't.’
  • 47) ‘The girl then ran along Keighley Road and crossed over the road, bumping into an elderly man.’
  • 48) ‘He then pushed her down and grabbed her handbag and ran off towards Duckworth Lane.’
  • 49) ‘Desperate to escape, the intruder pushed his victim to the floor and ran off.’
  • 50) ‘I shoved those thoughts out of my head as I ran down the center staircase that winds up from the foyer of the house.’
  • 51) ‘She ran down the street shouting for help after her son Jordan stopped breathing and turned blue.’
  • 52) ‘She quickly opened her door and ran down the steps.’
  • 53) ‘As she ran into the house, she collided with a young man, sending them both sprawling on to the ground.’
  • 54) ‘I left the car door wide open and ran into the house without knocking.’
  • 55) ‘She got to the bottom of the stairs and ran out the front door of the building.’
  • 56) ‘She heard footsteps coming towards her and she turned and ran to her room.’
  • 57) ‘He began to walk towards the crowd so quickly, I had to run to keep up.’
  • 58) ‘He and a fellow canoeist were found after the alarm was raised by another soldier who swam forty minutes to shore, and then ran two miles to raise the alarm.’
  • 59) ‘John was also a keen judo exponent but he injured his knee and could not keep fit by running.’
  • 60) ‘All of Campbell's children are involved in sport and it was they who persuaded him to start running while on holiday three years ago.’
  • 61) ‘Boxers normally exercise, run and spend hours in the sauna to lose weight.’
  • 62) ‘Some were running for sport, but most were taking part in the 22nd London Marathon for charity and fun.’
  • 63) ‘I always ran on Saturday mornings because it gave me time to think about my life and my problems.’
  • 64) ‘I've tested myself running with and without music and I tend to run farther and faster and feel better afterwards with it.’
  • 65) ‘Noel is a well-known athlete and runs with Sligo AC.’
  • 66) ‘Tony's brother Jackie, who frequently runs with his mate Damian McStay, has chalked up well over 30 marathon finishes.’
  • 67) ‘His wife Helen, 26, runs with Bingley Harriers and has been inspired by him to run this year's London marathon in aid of the British Lung Foundation.’
  • 68) ‘This is a family fun day and all can join in and run, jog, walk or cycle.’
  • 69) ‘I run every morning and I lift weights.’
  • 70) ‘He runs every morning at 6am, no matter where he is.’
  • 71) ‘I run 30 miles a week, lift weights once or twice, and play basketball if I have any free time on the weekends.’
  • 72) ‘This delays the onset of fatigue, meaning an athlete can run harder and for longer.’
  • 73) ‘The British athlete ran a personal best to win the 400m and gain a one point lead over his rivals.’
  • 74) ‘Athletes must run three of the four races to qualify for overall prize.’
  • 75) ‘Spanish athlete Morta Dominguez ran superbly to take the silver ahead of Ethiopia's Ayelech Worko who won the bronze.’
  • 76) ‘He will be part of a five-man team aiming to finish the race, running alongside more than 4,500 runners.’
  • 77) ‘Four generations of women and girls from the same family are teaming up to run tomorrow's Race For Life.’
  • 78) ‘Ross Flynn in his first race, ran brilliantly to finish in fourth place and win his first of many medals.’
  • 79) ‘The first Race For Life was run in 1994, raising £36,000 and this year the charity hopes to collect more than £6.5 million.’
  • 80) ‘Many team members are planning to run in memory of a loved one who was touched by cancer.’
  • 81) ‘A Swindon woman is hoping to raise awareness of autism when she runs in the London marathon.’
  • 82) ‘Stable companion Democratic Deficit runs in the International Stakes on the previous day.’
  • 83) ‘He was disqualified and later admitted using drugs when he ran his 1987 world record.’
  • 84) ‘Mr Willoughby will run the marathon to raise money for Edale Mountain Rescue Team, of which he is a voluntary member.’
  • 85) ‘A Westbury mother is running a half-marathon to raise money for the hospital that saved her son's life.’
  • 86) ‘I don't think the ground will make any difference to him, although he may not run if the ground comes up too firm.’
  • 87) ‘He qualified for the junior Olympics, where he ran 100 metres and 4 x 100 metres.’
  • 88) ‘A Bradford DJ is to run a charity race for her boyfriend who is being treated for a brain tumour.’
  • 89) ‘Back to last night's race, which was run, sadly, in what appeared to be a half-empty stadium.’
  • 90) ‘The family and friends of a woman who died only a month before her wedding are running the Race for Life in her memory.’
  • 91) ‘You can't ask a racehorse to run every week and be at its best, and players can't either’
  • 92) ‘‘Three months is a long time to be off and for a horse who was as sick as he was he ran a real good race,’ O'Brien said.’
  • 93) ‘Willie Mullins runs Rule Supreme in today's Ladbrokes' World Hurdle, but has also left him in the Gold Cup.’
  • 94) ‘Dermot Weld has won the race five times, most recently with Refuse To Bend two years ago, and he runs Elusive Double in the same colours.’
  • 95) ‘Any trainer who wants to run a horse in any race must log that entry with Weatherbys.’
  • 96) ‘Paul Nicholls won 57 more races despite O'Neill running only two fewer horses.’
  • 97) ‘I will run him in the Knockaire Stakes at Leopardstown at the end of the month.’
  • 98) ‘The filming schedule was so hectic and she was running from shoot to shoot.’
  • 99) ‘Most people seemed to be either arguing with each other over what to buy who, or frantically running round desperate to find things to buy.’
  • 100) ‘The world is a dangerous enough place now without letting idiots run round with explosives.’
  • 101) ‘Our producer Sally was running round the West Midlands all day trying to find any sort of puppet she could lay her hands on.’
  • 102) ‘The last few weeks have been spent either on the sofa or in bed with Simon running around after me..’
  • 103) ‘Parita, in common with most new mums, spends most of her day running around after her toddler and says that there is not much time for anything else.’
  • 104) ‘We have been running around all week collecting all the documentation and information the council have requested.’
  • 105) ‘As a result, running around the city trying to get hold of cash has become a full-time occupation for some people.’
  • 106) ‘Lineker and Cooper held the run rate to three per over, while the batsmen ran very well between the wickets, keeping pressure on the fielders.’
  • 107) ‘The last ball of the over was hit in the air - the batsmen ran - the fielder dropped it!’
  • 108) ‘He ran excellently between the wickets as well, especially in the last few overs.’
  • 109) ‘The batsmen ran four as Lewis floundered to the boundary to make amends, but the game was up.’
  • 110) ‘Mahajan refused to run after turning the ball to leg as partner Danny Lloyd came charging down the pitch.’
  • 111) ‘The wind blew from the north and the ship ran swiftly before the wind.’
  • 112) ‘This means that when the fish are running (right now in May and June for instance) there is a heavy demand for guides.’
  • 113) ‘Beats higher up the river are often more prolific this late in the season with fish running hard to the middle and upper stretches.’
  • 114) ‘There are still fresh spring fish running, and the grilse are beginning to arrive in numbers, with a lot of small fish among them.’
  • 115) ‘This was on a nearby creek where, Jim said, the steelhead and salmon were running.’
  • 116) ‘You have to know when each species of fish will run and plan on being there at the right time.’
  • 117) ‘I have seen some very good salmon running under the road bridge on an evening tide.’
  • 118) ‘It was a sight which would gladden the heart of any angler-hundreds of brown trout running a small stream to spawn.’
  • 119) ‘As he passed the bed, he ran his fingers along the silk embroidered bedspread.’
  • 120) ‘Colin reached out a finger and ran it down her bare back.’
  • 121) ‘He ran his finger down Amber's arm sending a chill down her spine.’
  • 122) ‘I dragged myself up off the floor and ran a hand down my face.’
  • 123) ‘Matt opened the program and ran his finger down the column listing the names and jersey numbers of the Seaview football team.’
  • 124) ‘Becca ran a trembling finger down the list, searching for her number.’
  • 125) ‘She felt a shiver run down her spine.’
  • 126) ‘He shoved some paper into her hands and she ran her eyes over it, quickly.’
  • 127) ‘She rose from the bench, smoothing her skirts quickly and running her hand over her hair.’
  • 128) ‘My lips were chapped, so I ran my tongue over them quickly.’
  • 129) ‘Adair, surveying his brand-new kitchen, runs a hand over a gleaming worktop.’
  • 130) ‘He runs his fingers over the top of the grand piano that sits in the middle of the room, with a book of Scottish songs propped up on the music rack.’
  • 131) ‘He runs a hand through his thick, dark-blonde hair and stares, unsmiling, with piercing blue eyes.’
  • 132) ‘Andy sighs and runs his hand through his silver hair.’
  • 133) ‘He ran a nervous hand through his hair and scratched the back of his head.’
  • 134) ‘She sighed and scratched her head, running her fingers through her disheveled hair.’
  • 135) ‘The thought of crossing it made a shiver of fear run through her.’
  • 136) ‘Dani was leaning against me, running her hand up my leg.’
  • 137) ‘Stepping out into the darkness, a shiver ran down her spine.’
  • 138) ‘I remember feeling numb as I watched it, with cold shivers running up and down my body.’
  • 139) ‘It was the Exxon Valdez which ran aground on the Alaskan coast in 1989 spilling 40 million litres of crude oil.’
  • 140) ‘Scientists believe it ran aground on the estuary's treacherous sandbanks and capsized with 50 or 60 hands on deck.’
  • 141) ‘The tanker ran aground on the eastern-most island in the Galpagos group.’
  • 142) ‘Two crewmen were airlifted to safety from a fishing trawler which ran aground just outside Stornoway Harbour.’
  • 143) ‘Near the end of that year, it ran aground with very few crew aboard, on a reef between Krabi and Phuket.’
  • 144) ‘She was built in 1966 and ran aground on 24 April 1978 while carrying bags of cement to Port Sudan.’
  • 145) ‘A major rescue operation was launched after a north east fishing vessel with a crew of three ran aground on the west coast of Scotland.’
  • 146) ‘Like many developments, Leisurama soon ran aground, the victim of poor planning decisions.’
  • 147) ‘Five of them ran aground on the rocks at Pendennis Point.’
  • 148) ‘A Spanish trawler ran aground on rocks close to the entrance to Fenit harbour in early June.’
  • 149) ‘The ship has constantly been pounded by huge waves since it ran aground on a rocky outcrop last Thursday night.’
  • 150) ‘The Express Artemis, sister ship to the Samina, ran aground on Friday carrying 1,026 passengers.’
  • 151) ‘During their efforts to help the man ashore the Sea Warrior ran aground and the crew had to wait for the tide to rise to free their boat.’
  • 152) ‘Yet a proposal that would have provided tax relief ran aground last year.’
  • 153) ‘My stepmother hit loose gravel and ran the vehicle off the road into a stop sign.’
  • 154) ‘Nobody tooted their horns or tried to run us off the road.’
  • 155) ‘He ran his car into the back of David Coulthard's McLaren and flipped through the air, landing upside down.’
  • 156) ‘She didn't even so much as shed a tear the day she'd run her bike into a brick wall when she was nine.’
  • 157) ‘The person behind you in the supermarket runs his cart into the back of your ankle.’
  • 158) ‘He attempted to drive to his doctor but ran his vehicle into the back of a truck because he could not see; he fortunately avoided injury.’
  • 159) ‘Then one night two years ago, Aaron was driving one of their friends home from their house when a drunk driver ran a stop light and hit the car.’
  • 160) ‘Two young men on a motorcycle were stopped for running a red light on Pattaya Central Road.’
  • 161) ‘Some 220 of the fatal accidents were caused by people running red lights or stop signs.’
  • 162) ‘Here in San Diego, California there was recently a big controversy over the use of these cameras to catch people running stop lights.’
  • 163) ‘I ran a stop sign and got pulled over by a Solano County Sheriff.’
  • 164) ‘On the night of the Fourth of July, I was driving home when another car ran a red light.’
  • 165) ‘He was arrested earlier this month for running a stop sign.’
  • 166) ‘He was one of eight people, including five children, injured when the car ran a red light and ploughed into the side of his vehicle.’
  • 167) ‘He was convicted last month for running a stop sign and colliding with a man on a motorcycle who was killed instantly.’
  • 168) ‘Too many local motorists run red lights and endanger the public, Councillor Banman said.’
  • 169) ‘He ran that stop sign - this is not in dispute - and smashed into a motorcycle driven by Randy Scott.’
  • 170) ‘Several weeks ago I was out for a ride and inadvertently ran a stop sign.’
  • 171) ‘And when he ran a stop sign at Appleton and Cassat, a man on a motorcycle smashed into his car.’
  • 172) ‘The officers alleged that Busch ran a stop sign and was driving recklessly.’
  • 173) ‘After running the stop sign, the officer hit his lights and pulled me over.’
  • 174) ‘Janklow was convicted after he ran a stop sign while speeding and killed someone in another car.’
  • 175) ‘Half a block from the apartment, she ran a red light and smashed into another car.’
  • 176) ‘In the other case, a civilian ran a red traffic light and broadsided an Air Force member.’
  • 177) ‘As we crossed the street onto the sidewalk a car came out of nowhere and ran the red light, hitting a light pole and hitting Mark.’
  • 178) ‘Police handled 1,522 cases of minibuses running red lights in the first nine months this year, compared with 1,412 cases for all of last year.’
  • 179) ‘Ten boats, each manned by two skilled operators with up to eight passengers, can be hired to run the rapids.’
  • 180) ‘In short, he has both the strength and skill to run any whitewater that's runnable.’
  • 181) ‘The other trainees ran the rapid again and again; I pitched a tent and crawled into my sleeping bag.’
  • 182) ‘This is not like the tsunami, or normal floods, where the water runs back into the sea when it's done.’
  • 183) ‘Cold water ran from the faucet as he washed his face in an attempt to wake up.’
  • 184) ‘Even our garden is getting wet and there is nowhere for the water to run.’
  • 185) ‘When you stop stirring, the curds go to the bottom and liquid runs off.’
  • 186) ‘And because it runs off so fast, there is no ground water to maintain river flow throughout the year.’
  • 187) ‘Rainfall runs off to rivers far more quickly than in the past.’
  • 188) ‘Mr Lazenby said farmland drainage schemes, supported by government grants, mean water runs off straight into the rivers.’
  • 189) ‘It is set in a valley, through which runs a river that skirts the Bay of Biscay.’
  • 190) ‘I was so upset that tears ran down my cold cheeks.’
  • 191) ‘I lay on the ground a long time, winded and feeling blood running down my face.’
  • 192) ‘She was sobbing and tears were running down her face.’
  • 193) ‘A trickle of blood ran from his nose and he dabbed at it with a handkerchief.’
  • 194) ‘Buffy stood and took her mug to the sink and ran water into it.’
  • 195) ‘Almost immediately upon getting home he began running the hot water into the tub.’
  • 196) ‘She was humming softly as she ran water from the tap and poured it into the coffee maker.’
  • 197) ‘I got up from the table and ran water into the saucepan to boil our morning eggs.’
  • 198) ‘He picked up a washcloth from the counter and ran cold water over it.’
  • 199) ‘She looked up and saw the bruises forming on his face and the blood running from his swollen lip.’
  • 200) ‘I could see blood running from a wound in his chest and it was clear that it was very difficult for him to speak.’
  • 201) ‘During recent wet weather I noticed that water is running underneath the coal shed door and wetting our supplies of kindling.’
  • 202) ‘I marched over to the sink, turned on the lukewarm water and ran my arms under it.’
  • 203) ‘If you run it under hot water you will also find that when you leave it to dry in the cutlery drainer it will dry off quicker and have fewer streaks.’
  • 204) ‘I rip the lid off the bottle of shampoo and run it under the water to try and get the last drop out.’
  • 205) ‘If the markers do dry out, they are easily revived by running the tips under water and recapping overnight.’
  • 206) ‘Rachael ran a hand under the water and then splashed some on her face.’
  • 207) ‘He ran his mouth under the faucet, spitting the water back into the sink.’
  • 208) ‘Drain the linguine and run it under cold water, but reserve the cooking liquid and keep it at a slow simmer.’
  • 209) ‘I wandered into the bathroom and began to run the bath, filling it with hot water.’
  • 210) ‘Back in the sanctuary of my dimly-lit rooms I ran the bath, stripped off and sank into the water.’
  • 211) ‘Giles said he was running a bath and it had almost overflowed.’
  • 212) ‘I went into the small bathroom and started running a bath for her.’
  • 213) ‘The accident happened as Miss Stewart, 32, was running a bath for her children.’
  • 214) ‘I had just ran a bath and was about to put my toe into the nice bubbly water, when I heard a scream.’
  • 215) ‘In the early mornings he would stand in his dressing gown at the window, sipping a cup of milky coffee, while his valet ran his bath.’
  • 216) ‘She dumped her bag on the floor and went into her bathroom, immediately running a bath.’
  • 217) ‘For awhile Karen stared out the window, listening to him run his bath.’
  • 218) ‘She told me to run a bath for her, about half full, then to come get her and help her into the tub.’
  • 219) ‘As she ran her bath, she thought about what a fool she must've made of herself.’
  • 220) ‘I ran a bath and stripped slowly, wincing in pain as I uncovered each bruise.’
  • 221) ‘The children playing in the camp have never had a luxury on flicking on a light switch or running a bath.’
  • 222) ‘I am now running the bath, planning an elaborate meal for one and deciding whether to read, watch a film, go out or write something.’
  • 223) ‘She undressed and ran a hot bath, careful to pour the right amount of bath beads into the whirlpool bath.’
  • 224) ‘I'm just running myself a bath and planning an early night when the phone rings.’
  • 225) ‘She ran herself a bath and lay in the tub just thinking about what she had said.’
  • 226) ‘I ran myself a bath and soaked, thinking how I could escape going to school tomorrow.’
  • 227) ‘She ran Mac a hot bath, she was beginning to think he would never stop shivering.’
  • 228) ‘Returning home I found the cold had got into my own old bones, so I ran a good hot bath and spent a half-hour dreaming happy summer dreams amid the steam.’
  • 229) ‘Tin shanties litter the backyards of the more formal brick housing, rows of chemical toilets stand outside homes, and the untarred roads run with streams of filthy water.’
  • 230) ‘For some two hours, we drove on rutted gravel running with rainwater.’
  • 231) ‘He collapsed onto the bed, his face running with sweat.’
  • 232) ‘Sarah found herself screaming these last words, her cheeks running with tears.’
  • 233) ‘The streets literally ran with wine for three full days and nights.’
  • 234) ‘About a half hour later, my nose started running.’
  • 235) ‘A few minutes later, my nose is running, I'm sneezing and coughing, and there are sharp pains behind my eyes.’
  • 236) ‘His head aches, he feels dizzy and nauseous, and his nose won't stop running.’
  • 237) ‘Her black mascara was running and she knew she looked horrible.’
  • 238) ‘The base of the cliff is heavily undercut, so you certainly do not want to be here on a stormy day or when a full spring ebb tide is running.’
  • 239) ‘If the tide is running, a large shoal of bib will probably be holding position here against the current that surges through beneath the wreck.’
  • 240) ‘The bottom was barely visible in the gloom and there was a reasonable tide running.’
  • 241) ‘If there is a sea running, the beach may be a bit rough for swimming.’
  • 242) ‘Remember the tides will actually run for a while after the chart time and as you move up the river there is a time difference.’
  • 243) ‘The tide was way, way out but even so there was a savage sea running.’
  • 244) ‘Even when the tide is running, the current is not that strong and has not formed a scour.’
  • 245) ‘With the tide running, the work of moving the rolling logs became almost unmanageable.’
  • 246) ‘There was a heavy sea running on Monday, and the boats were leaving harbour and being tossed about like cockle shells.’
  • 247) ‘Their dye never ran, which is what made all their products sought after.’
  • 248) ‘Dry-cleaning also prevents the common problem of the dye bleeding and running.’
  • 249) ‘I thought that I had prewashed out all the excess dye but it ran anyway.’
  • 250) ‘Check the garment's label for recommended wash temperature to prevent colors from fading and dyes from running.’
  • 251) ‘In the heat and humidity, paper swelled, colors ran, and inks refused to align on the page.’
  • 252) ‘St James's Street runs uphill from Pall Mall and the Palace to Piccadilly.’
  • 253) ‘Taxis will be diverted to Wigmore Street, which runs parallel to Oxford Street.’
  • 254) ‘The last time I had been there, Church Street, which runs north and south, had been a broad and busy avenue.’
  • 255) ‘The other location was York Street, a grimy thoroughfare running between Argyle Street and the river.’
  • 256) ‘These neighbouring terraced houses are on a residential row which runs parallel to Castle Street in the centre of Dalkey village.’
  • 257) ‘Wires run from a connector on Mr Nagle's scalp to the electronic equipment.’
  • 258) ‘Mr Abbott said he would table a motion at the September council meeting opposing any route which would run across open countryside.’
  • 259) ‘The road from Alcachete to the stadium runs across the huge Vasco Da Gama bridge.’
  • 260) ‘A very faint path runs downhill beside the fence, below a single bar fence and onwards to the end of the plantation.’
  • 261) ‘Most of it is in the Serra de Tramuntana, the chain of mountains that runs across the north of the island.’
  • 262) ‘Much of the route runs along the towpath adjacent to the Caledonian Canal.’
  • 263) ‘Water which drains from Council playing fields is said to accumulate in a gully which runs along the front of a dozen homes.’
  • 264) ‘Resident Nick Jansen, 59, says Swindon Council is failing to maintain the brook, which runs along the rear of the estate.’
  • 265) ‘I am looking down on an expressway that runs in front of the building where I live.’
  • 266) ‘The road runs over a stretch of moorland and drops into a narrow valley.’
  • 267) ‘On the second storey level there was a balcony with rusted railings running around the walls.’
  • 268) ‘There was a lack of belays at the top of the climb, so I ran ropes down from the top of the pitch to provide attachment points.’
  • 269) ‘You could run a power cable down here and then you would have heating, electricity - everything you could want.’
  • 270) ‘It includes the 1, 200m wall which runs around the whole central area of the estate.’
  • 271) ‘Here, the path runs beside the river, which often tempts children in for a paddle.’
  • 272) ‘Analysts said the stocks were settling to more sustainable levels after running too far ahead recently.’
  • 273) ‘And that agenda runs entirely counter to what I feel a lot of Mainers think they're voting for when they vote for these people.’
  • 274) ‘But this sentiment runs completely counter to the intent of the U.S. Constitution.’
  • 275) ‘It also ruled the council's decision ran contrary to national government policies on communication masts.’
  • 276) ‘Unemployment rates in South Lakeland are running at just 0.7 per cent at the moment.’
  • 277) ‘Of course, Scotland knows all about obesity, with figures running at twice the UK average.’
  • 278) ‘Health spending per head of population in Scotland already runs at the European levels he wants to see emulated.’
  • 279) ‘This is at a time when wages and other costs are running well ahead of the rest of Europe.’
  • 280) ‘Recent EU indicators suggest inflation is currently running at 2.5%.’
  • 281) ‘Building costs are running about 2.5% higher than a year ago.’
  • 282) ‘The Argentine peso has lost 70% of its value, with inflation running rampant.’
  • 283) ‘Young explains that she merely dismissed evidence that ran contrary to her established opinion.’
  • 284) ‘On New Year's Eve, normal buses stop running around 7pm and trains at around 8pm.’
  • 285) ‘The bus runs between Erith town centre and Trafalgar Square.’
  • 286) ‘Buses ran between Doncaster and Peterborough to reduce overcrowding on trains.’
  • 287) ‘The police may also put in extra traffic control measures if required, while shuttle buses will run from Leeds to the festival.’
  • 288) ‘Buses also run between the Salterns car park and South Parade between 10 am and 6pm.’
  • 289) ‘The area is well served by public transport - the Arrow train runs from the nearby station into Dublin city centre every half hour during peak periods.’
  • 290) ‘Many were caught out by the dispute and turned up at railway stations to find no trains running.’
  • 291) ‘A shuttle bus runs between the airport and Milan's central station.’
  • 292) ‘If the line is upgraded, it will mean more trains running between York and Harrogate.’
  • 293) ‘It's really cheap and the trains run frequently and, more importantly, on time.’
  • 294) ‘The buses don't run late at night and if you are a woman on your own you need to park as close as possible to the theatre.’
  • 295) ‘The train runs between 11 am and 4pm every weekend until December 19.’
  • 296) ‘Replacement buses will run between Skipton and Carlisle, calling at limited stops.’
  • 297) ‘Four trains will run daily between London and Scotland carrying up to 5m items of post.’
  • 298) ‘I am afraid no one will be enticed onto public transport, unless it goes where people want it, actually turns up and runs at useful times.’
  • 299) ‘Trains began running on the high-speed line again yesterday morning after services were suspended for most of Friday.’
  • 300) ‘Metrolink commuter trains, which use the same line, do not run at weekends.’
  • 301) ‘The lightning strike also had an effect on South West Trains services running through Mortlake.’
  • 302) ‘At holiday times, when the trams did not run, he walked to the ground.’
  • 303) ‘She said today that residents had been told the service was going well and could even be extended to run later in the evenings.’
  • 304) ‘A villager has criticised the rail service which runs trains to and from his rural community, claiming the transport needs of people living in the countryside are being ignored.’
  • 305) ‘As well as the Manchester Airport services, it runs trains from Liverpool to Hull and Newcastle and Manchester Piccadilly to Cleethorpes.’
  • 306) ‘The firm is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Dutch state-owned NS train operator, which runs the majority of services in the Netherlands.’
  • 307) ‘His comments come after the train operator, which runs services mainly between Sheffield and London, has faced a barrage of criticism over poor performance.’
  • 308) ‘The RMT will ballot members at Silverlink trains, which runs services from London to the Midlands, and at Docklands Light Railway in London.’
  • 309) ‘Stagecoach, which runs commuter services in the south of England and long-distance trains with Virgin, is undecided.’
  • 310) ‘City Travel Club are running a coach to Tuesday's match at Plymouth.’
  • 311) ‘First York will again be running free buses for fans attending the Knights' two friendlies next month.’
  • 312) ‘It then planned to run trains via Sunderland, Hartlepool and Stockton.’
  • 313) ‘The firm runs the buses for Virgin and First North Western, who have ordered extra coaches after complaints from passengers in Poynton and Hazel Grove.’
  • 314) ‘However he declined to comment on the other three bus services which are run by First Buses in Bradford.’
  • 315) ‘Swindon train operator First Great Western, which runs services from London to Wales and the west country, has announced fare rises for 2005.’
  • 316) ‘First Group, which runs buses across the Bradford district, has signed a new deal with its workers to allay fears over pensions.’
  • 317) ‘As well as coaches the company runs bus services under contract to Wiltshire and Gloucestershire county councils.’
  • 318) ‘The Sunderland-based company, which runs trains in Wales, said its rail division boosted operating profits by 31 pc to 31.5 million in the year to December 31.’
  • 319) ‘The company, which runs services through Manchester to Yorkshire and Liverpool, claimed 80 per cent of its services would still be running.’
  • 320) ‘But the decision to order staff to down tools has angered First Great Western, which runs services through Swindon to and from London Paddington and South Wales.’
  • 321) ‘First North Western, the company which runs services through the town, said on its website at 9am that three trains from Bolton had been cancelled and six had been delayed for almost an hour.’
  • 322) ‘Anticipating falling passenger numbers, Thamesdown Transport now runs fewer buses to Old Town.’
  • 323) ‘Among its other businesses, the company also runs high-speed ferries to East Coast destinations such as Cape Cod.’
  • 324) ‘First Buses, which runs children to and from Prince Henry's Grammar School, says the school's tough discipline policy makes life easier for its drivers.’
  • 325) ‘I feel sorry for her, as she spends all her time running me to classes.’
  • 326) ‘Here's my car ... can I run you home?’
  • 327) ‘I'm gonna grab my keys and we'll run her to the ER.’
  • 328) ‘I'm just off to run the kids to soccer practice.’
  • 329) ‘Christine returned to Dawson Fold to help her father manage the farm and run the shop.’
  • 330) ‘From that time he has managed and run his business from Hong Kong where his principal activity is in shipping.’
  • 331) ‘Currently Mr Gutman is running the firm by himself, but he hopes to have employed several staff members in the next couple of years.’
  • 332) ‘Here the post office is run by 80-year-old Joan Holder.’
  • 333) ‘Dr Dee Dawson runs Rhodes Farm in London, a residential home for the treatment of children with eating disorders such as anorexia.’
  • 334) ‘She runs a charity set up to end discrimination.’
  • 335) ‘Henderson's father now runs a hotel in Broxburn, and she credits him as the driving force behind her running career.’
  • 336) ‘The East Lancashire Trust, which runs hospitals in Blackburn, Burnley, Pendle and Rawtenstall, is expected to have debts of more than £5.5 million by the end of the financial year.’
  • 337) ‘Pupils in year 10 learned the difference between taste and flavour when the chef, who runs his own restaurant in Devizes, gave a talk at the school on Wednesday.’
  • 338) ‘With a staff of five local people, the butchers' shop in the main street of Kirkbymoorside is still run on traditional lines.’
  • 339) ‘Although the department will remain government-owned it will be run on commercial lines.’
  • 340) ‘The cost of running the club is becoming more demanding every day and support from the local community is badly needed.’
  • 341) ‘This week is Energy Week, time to take a long hard look at how much it costs you to run your home.’
  • 342) ‘The increasing costs of running a business are already having an impact.’
  • 343) ‘Up until a few years ago it cost a lot to run a website - but those days are long gone.’
  • 344) ‘Ideal World, the company she runs with her husband, Hamish, is the largest independent TV production company in Scotland.’
  • 345) ‘She runs a center that provides counseling and training for young women from around Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown.’
  • 346) ‘Mrs Tew, 35, runs a small business providing financial services and consultancy.’
  • 347) ‘The training they need is only provided by privately run colleges, mainly in Britain and Europe.’
  • 348) ‘He still runs a garage with his son Chris in Lilycroft Road, Bradford.’
  • 349) ‘His job was to ensure the company's IT system ran smoothly.’
  • 350) ‘If your investment plan is running smoothly, you probably don't have to fiddle with it.’
  • 351) ‘If the world economy were running smoothly then it would not be a serious problem.’
  • 352) ‘Let us not forget that, after initial teething difficulties, the scheme ran reasonably smoothly three years ago.’
  • 353) ‘The spokesman said the council would do all it could to ensure services run as smoothly as possible.’
  • 354) ‘Swannick has pledged that after three months he will check whether the new policy is running smoothly.’
  • 355) ‘Thank you also to the teachers who visit our places of work in their free time to ensure that everything is running according to plan.’
  • 356) ‘Not everything ran according to plan for us since Mark had a problem changing gears and missed the second session.’
  • 357) ‘But, although the system was running successfully, more volunteers are needed.’
  • 358) ‘Things have started slowly, but the service is now running smoothly and achieving high satisfaction levels.’
  • 359) ‘Public sector workers do not produce physical objects but the work they do is key to keeping the system running.’
  • 360) ‘Indeed, if anything the system runs better than it did.’
  • 361) ‘Who knows if he'll be convicted or not, the way the court system runs now days.’
  • 362) ‘Peace of mind is essential among both employees and clients at Magic Maintenance, which ensures that the services runs effectively and efficiently.’
  • 363) ‘He admitted the hotel runs at a loss but said that was a result of the subsidised holidays offered to pensioners.’
  • 364) ‘The general view of the select committee was that the 2002 election ran a lot more smoothly.’
  • 365) ‘Security, at unprecedented levels, ran smoothly throughout the convention week.’
  • 366) ‘From the start we were well organised and the whole thing ran like clockwork.’
  • 367) ‘As a result, the company runs more profitably, with shareholders suffering fewer losses, and with dividends issued regularly.’
  • 368) ‘It will do the city's reputation a lot of good if those preparations are seen to result in an event which runs according to plan.’
  • 369) ‘We contacted a doctor who ran a series of tests on Erin at his office.’
  • 370) ‘Bexley Centre for the Unemployed is running a free course in food hygiene in the Boys Brigade hall next to Christ Church in Bexleyheath Broadway.’
  • 371) ‘GM currently is running a pilot program in Brazil and investigating plans for Australia and Japan.’
  • 372) ‘This competition has been run in 17 stores and there has been no confusion anywhere else.’
  • 373) ‘The organisation runs courses in diving, sailing, surfing, skiing and snowboarding at such mouth-watering locations as the Seychelles, the Caribbean, and the Canadian Rockies.’
  • 374) ‘Weight Watchers now runs meetings in more than 6,000 venues every week, using a points system for calorie counting and marketing a lucrative range of diet foods.’
  • 375) ‘The course will be run on a very practical basis including workshops with actors, discussions and re-writing sessions.’
  • 376) ‘The festival will be run on the same lines as last year.’
  • 377) ‘They will also pay towards the cost of out-of-hours clubs run by a local authority.’
  • 378) ‘The charity now runs over 500 projects in Britain.’
  • 379) ‘Carlow Community Awareness of Drugs are running a drugs course for parents in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow.’
  • 380) ‘She spent eight years running a drugs programme in Oldham in Manchester.’
  • 381) ‘With a 9% buffer, Labor should be confident of a win, providing it runs a half decent campaign and puts in some resources.’
  • 382) ‘Essex Police will run the scheme and provide wardens with uniforms and badges.’
  • 383) ‘The group runs awareness raising programmes, talking to young people about how drug abuse affects families.’
  • 384) ‘Dirksen was an appealing candidate and had run an energetic and effective campaign.’
  • 385) ‘Paddy McGuinness is no stranger to politics and has run his share of election campaigns in the past.’
  • 386) ‘The Scottish National Party has run its most professional campaign of recent years.’
  • 387) ‘He had already run a license plate check on Taylor's car.’
  • 388) ‘All opinion polls suggest that, if the referendum were to be run again, the result would be largely the same.’
  • 389) ‘To make sure she was getting the best results, she ran the same search on several search engines.’
  • 390) ‘With servicing and maintenance paid for in advance, the cost of running the vehicle each year becomes much more predictable.’
  • 391) ‘Transport, our biggest expense, includes buying and running a vehicle, plus fares for public transport.’
  • 392) ‘Drivers are also concerned at the rising cost of running their vehicles.’
  • 393) ‘Remember to consider all the costs involved in running the vehicle, including insurance, taxation and petrol.’
  • 394) ‘Unable to afford to run a car, they now endure endless bus trips to and from Southampton General Hospital.’
  • 395) ‘You can't afford to run two cars, and the practicalities of life mean you need a four-door for the kids.’
  • 396) ‘I'm surprised they can afford to run a car in the first place.’
  • 397) ‘Some dioceses make a contribution towards a priest's expenses of running a car and paying household bills.’
  • 398) ‘Motorists are definitely not going to transfer to buses when it is cheaper to run a car.’
  • 399) ‘I now have a 17-hours-a-week job with a local supermarket to help me run my car.’
  • 400) ‘Schumacher managed to keep the engine running after the collision.’
  • 401) ‘While the hospital runs off a generator, kindergartens have no generators or power.’
  • 402) ‘Do not run your auto in the garage, not even to warm it up.’
  • 403) ‘Burning charcoal inside the house or running an automobile engine in an attached garage also will produce carbon monoxide in the home.’
  • 404) ‘The only concession to modernity on the 50-year-old lorries is that the engines have been converted to run on unleaded petrol.’
  • 405) ‘I started working toward converting my car to run on vegetable oil over a year ago.’
  • 406) ‘But petrol prices have not reached the point where people are rushing to convert their engines to run on LPG.’
  • 407) ‘It has been converted to run on LPG (liquid petroleum gas) so is exempt from the London congestion charge.’
  • 408) ‘Diesel engines can run on the fuel without being converted.’
  • 409) ‘The waste recycling plant, it is claimed, would provide enough energy to run the new factory and power the whole village.’
  • 410) ‘Drivers on the M4 need to watch their speed more carefully from Wednesday when new speed cameras start running.’
  • 411) ‘Equipped with 21 batteries, the boat can run for six to eight hours without recharging.’
  • 412) ‘Now police are warning other motorists not to leave their engines running during cold weather.’
  • 413) ‘Overhead fans run all day during the summer, and the water in the pools is changed frequently.’
  • 414) ‘At the time, different kinds of computer hardware ran different operating systems.’
  • 415) ‘Even though her old car is a rust bucket it runs well and passed its MOT just months ago.’
  • 416) ‘I also run servers on that machine and each of the other four computers on the network.’
  • 417) ‘Soon, his research group will have about three dozen machines running the software.’
  • 418) ‘The machine runs a variety of versions of Windows.’
  • 419) ‘He let me run my tape recorder for four hours while he and the family talked in the living room.’
  • 420) ‘When the show aired, I recorded it onto a 3/4" videotape and I don't think I've run the tape since that night.’
  • 421) ‘Brendan ran the tape back a few inches, turned the VCR on again and watched the girls at work a second time.’
  • 422) ‘There was a similar operation last year which ran for a short period of time.’
  • 423) ‘The scheme ran for a period of 5 years and at the end of this period the properties were sold.’
  • 424) ‘He was the grumpy old hero of One Foot in the Grave, a TV sit-com that ran for ten years and seized the hearts and minds of his fans all over the Kingdom.’
  • 425) ‘Thus began a theatrical tradition that ran for almost eight decades.’
  • 426) ‘Local Public Service Agreements were piloted in 2000-1 and the agreements ran for three years, to March 2004.’
  • 427) ‘The CBS show, which ran for six years and 147 episodes, was set in the rural south and told the story of the Duke family of Hazzard County.’
  • 428) ‘The annual series, which features local dance talent on the rise, runs from March 31 to the end of April.’
  • 429) ‘The 35-year-old has been released by the Ospreys despite still having 11 months to run on his contract.’
  • 430) ‘No problem, there's only a couple of months to run on the contract.’
  • 431) ‘It was a bit of a con, really - it still has a couple of months left to run on the warranty, but still cost almost £30 to get it fixed.’
  • 432) ‘Martin has a year to run on his contract and in the past he has always shown a willingness to honour that.’
  • 433) ‘And while I am looking at health insurance, have you checked how long yours will run for?’
  • 434) ‘The decision runs for two years and will be closely monitored.’
  • 435) ‘He said the tournament, which ran from Friday to Sunday, was a great success and the organisation had been up to the required standards.’
  • 436) ‘The competition ran from 8am on the Friday to midday on the Sunday.’
  • 437) ‘There will also be a karaoke competition running during the day with prizes for the winners.’
  • 438) ‘The nesting season runs from November to January.’
  • 439) ‘The York Festival of Food and Drink runs from September 12-21.’
  • 440) ‘The scheme runs for two weeks each year in the summer holidays.’
  • 441) ‘The first recording session runs from July 20 to 23, and he is currently booking bands.’
  • 442) ‘The lease has another 5 years or so to run.’
  • 443) ‘All the sentences will run concurrently, giving him a total of three months behind bars.’
  • 444) ‘He was given two years for grievous bodily harm and 28 days for the drug offence, the sentences to run concurrently.’
  • 445) ‘Francis was jailed for nine years for the first attack and 15 for the second, the sentences to run concurrently.’
  • 446) ‘The sentences will run concurrently but three months were suspended.’
  • 447) ‘Judge David Boulton said the sentence would run concurrently with a term of prison Gregson was already serving.’
  • 448) ‘He was jailed for five years on each count of causing death by dangerous driving, the sentences to run concurrently.’
  • 449) ‘Her two prison sentences will run concurrently and she will likely be out of jail sometime in July 2003.’
  • 450) ‘The five sentences are to run concurrently, meaning Firth will serve three years in custody in total.’
  • 451) ‘The sentences ran concurrently, giving an effective 15 years in jail.’
  • 452) ‘The sentences, which are to run concurrently, were suspended for two years.’
  • 453) ‘I met that patient's needs and wants, and as a result my surgery ran late and other patients in the waiting room grumbled.’
  • 454) ‘Crop development is also running ahead of schedule.’
  • 455) ‘She said a series of announcements were made informing passengers that the train was running late.’
  • 456) ‘Nearing the end of the day, sessions were running late as all three chefs had prepared demonstrations and there was little time to give them.’
  • 457) ‘The play runs until Saturday, October 23, in Studio 2, with performances each evening at 7.45 pm.’
  • 458) ‘The panto runs from Wednesday to Friday at 7.15 pm with Saturday matinees at 2pm and 6pm.’
  • 459) ‘The play runs from Monday to the following Saturday at 7.30 pm with a Saturday matinee at 2.30 pm.’
  • 460) ‘The exhibition runs from November 30 to December 20 at the Northside Community Centre.’
  • 461) ‘It's a bit of a coup having two plays running simultaneously in the West End.’
  • 462) ‘His first play, A Man of Honour was produced in 1903 and, the year after, four of his plays ran simultaneously in London.’
  • 463) ‘The play is running for two weeks in Bath, and on the Monday night of the second week the place was packed.’
  • 464) ‘The exhibition runs from Tuesday until August 29 and admission is free.’
  • 465) ‘The exhibition will run until November 1 at the Central Art Gallery and is free to the public.’
  • 466) ‘The art exhibition will run daily at the King's Hall and Winter Garden until this Sunday.’
  • 467) ‘The Fringe première is on August 7 and the play runs until August 28’
  • 468) ‘The exhibition runs until October 17 and is open from 10 am - 5pm daily.’
  • 469) ‘Kiss Of The Spider Woman runs at the Theatre Royal Studio from tonight until November 30.’
  • 470) ‘The Lady in the Van runs at Malvern's Festival Theatre from January 31 to February 5.’
  • 471) ‘The Road to Auschwitz exhibition runs at Central Library until March 19.’
  • 472) ‘He stars in this latest production which runs at The Churchill Theatre, Bromley, until January 25.’
  • 473) ‘It ran for two years on Broadway to mixed reviews: its undisguised cynicism appalled many critics.’
  • 474) ‘Sunset Boulevard ran for almost a year at the Adelphi Theatre.’
  • 475) ‘Jesus Christ Superstar runs from Tuesday to next Saturday at 7.45 pm, with a Saturday matinee at 2.30 pm.’
  • 476) ‘The exhibition runs in the Orkney Museum until 1st November, and admission is free.’
  • 477) ‘In 1996, he ran as a candidate in Western Canadian provincial and civic elections.’
  • 478) ‘Burton, a civil rights lawyer in Los Angeles, ran as a candidate in Tuesday's election.’
  • 479) ‘Collier ran unsuccessfully for the Upper House at the last election.’
  • 480) ‘Tomorrow is the deadline for candidates who wish to declare their intention to run for Parliament.’
  • 481) ‘At 28, he decided to take his protests to Congress by running for election.’
  • 482) ‘A Fianna Fáil member for over 20 years, she is now running for election to the Senate.’
  • 483) ‘I wish you would run for president, and I would vote for you and so would everybody else.’
  • 484) ‘Labour believes that if you're old enough to vote, you should be entitled to run for an elected office.’
  • 485) ‘This support has been a major factor in my decision to decide to run for Mayor at the election.’
  • 486) ‘That was when Alberto Gonzales ran for election to the Texas Supreme Court.’
  • 487) ‘She got motivated to run for Congress when her ideas about education were ignored.’
  • 488) ‘You have to be over 25 to vote for the senate and over 40 to run for it.’
  • 489) ‘Like Angela Merkel, who is running against Germany's chancellor Gerhard Schröder, he is a conservative with a radical reforming streak.’
  • 490) ‘In Sweden, political parties run on platforms that voters expect them to implement.’
  • 491) ‘Your party has always run on a strong law and order platform.’
  • 492) ‘We will run on the principal areas of concern to ordinary Australians, both in terms of the international agenda and the domestic agenda.’
  • 493) ‘Although Humphreys bucked the Democratic Party's pro-gun control line, he otherwise ran on Democratic issues.’
  • 494) ‘Thompson said she sticks out from the five candidates running to represent Nunavut because of her outspoken approach to politics.’
  • 495) ‘I would just say that we heard Bill Clinton make a similar promise the last time he ran for governor of Arkansas.’
  • 496) ‘Jello ran for Mayor of San Francisco in 1979 but was defeated by a wide margin.’
  • 497) ‘In fact, six opposition parties ran candidates (although three pulled out at the last minute).’
  • 498) ‘If the party chooses to run only two candidates, it is certain they will come from either side of the constituency.’
  • 499) ‘Te party wants to run two candidates with a national profile.’
  • 500) ‘This time the party is running just one FG candidate in the hope it will give him an extra boost in the poll.’
  • 501) ‘At the general election it held only Chelmsford, where Labour did not run a candidate.’
  • 502) ‘She added that Labour may run two candidates in East Limerick in the next elections.’
  • 503) ‘He said his Respect Coalition will run a candidate against her in the next election.’
  • 504) ‘Ahern has yet to call a convention, and it isn't even clear how many candidates the party will run.’
  • 505) ‘They must run a strong candidate in the Killarney area - either a member of the family, or a leading supporter.’
  • 506) ‘The Green Party is also running candidates in both North and West Vancouver ridings.’
  • 507) ‘When someone runs a viable candidate who is a true conservative, he/she/it will get my vote.’
  • 508) ‘Maybe it is time for the campaign to go a step further and run their own candidate.’
  • 509) ‘Fine Gael has opted to run an extra candidate.’
  • 510) ‘Fine Gael is to run two candidates in the renamed East constituency, which has been reduced to a three seater.’
  • 511) ‘They're running a candidate for London mayor too.’
  • 512) ‘They are running two candidates again, one from each end of the constituency.’
  • 513) ‘Tabloid newspapers are running lurid accounts of his battle with cancer.’
  • 514) ‘A fortnight ago, this very newspaper ran the story about Livingston's financial plight.’
  • 515) ‘Recently, Vancouver's Province newspaper ran a story that took me completely by surprise.’
  • 516) ‘While in prison, the tabloids ran stories saying he was a drug-dealer and wife-beater.’
  • 517) ‘At the time she was looking particularly muscular and the tabloids had run stories hinting she was a lesbian.’
  • 518) ‘Last month Business Weekly ran a story featuring the Chen family's tribulations.’
  • 519) ‘It didn't much matter, today every newspaper was running the same headline.’
  • 520) ‘The newspaper Le Figaro ran the headline ‘Who voted for Le Pen’?’
  • 521) ‘So far, Canadian newspapers have refused to run the advertisements.’
  • 522) ‘Before long the Sunday Telegraph ran two feature stories about corruption and violence in the construction industry.’
  • 523) ‘He said at least two articles run by the newspaper recently unfairly portrayed the council in a negative light.’
  • 524) ‘The Times is running a reply by Bill Keller, NYT editor, this morning.’
  • 525) ‘The National Post is running a column by Colby Cosh that touches on the theme of tolerance, a concept I've been kicking around in my head a lot the past week.’
  • 526) ‘The Guardian today runs an article by Paul Carr.’
  • 527) ‘That story ran on Channel Seven's Today Tonight in the week before the Federal election.’
  • 528) ‘My follow-up story ran on page 16 of our March 2002 issue.’
  • 529) ‘The next morning, her story ran on the front page.’
  • 530) ‘How many stories and editorials did you run on the allegations?’
  • 531) ‘The advert only got one response but the story ran in the New York Post, where it caught Lisi's eye.’
  • 532) ‘On Thursday night the Johannesburg High Court granted an interdict to stop the paper from running the report.’
  • 533) ‘The very first paragraph of my book The Truth about Writing runs as follows.’
  • 534) ‘There's an old saying that runs along the lines of ‘no publicity is bad publicity’.’
  • 535) ‘CD copying is not just illegal, runs the argument, but immoral.’
  • 536) ‘‘The world comes to New York,’ ran a banner headline in the Daily News.’
  • 537) ‘‘AIB hit by scandal over tax evasion’, ran the headline in the later editions of the Financial Times yesterday.’
  • 538) ‘When she took them to the man she was running the drugs for, he told her to give one package to an Australian girl.’
  • 539) ‘Known as ‘tunnel rats’, they run drugs for the cocaine cartels.’
  • 540) ‘Greene began building a drug empire, using Spain as a staging post to run drugs into Europe from north Africa.’
  • 541) ‘He wants Malone to reimburse him for the cost of the ticket, which he says ran him $25,000.’
  • 542) ‘With a drink or two and dessert, a complete dinner for two, including appetizer and entrée, will run you in the neighborhood of $100.’
  • 543) ‘The food here at the ski village is exactly what you would expect … several pub houses, your basic fast food chains, and upper class joints that can run you up to $100 for two.’
  • 544) ‘A room at the Marriott Fisherman's Wharf can run you up to $369.’
  • 545) ‘My wife has been running cattle for 35 years.’
  • 546) ‘Don Armstrong runs sheep at Yalda Downs in outback New South Wales.’
  • 547) ‘Linn Blancett and his wife, Tweeti, have been running cattle here for much of their lives.’
  • 548) ‘The tea garden and craftwork provide additional income for the family farm, where the Eddons run a herd of beef suckler cattle.’
  • 549) ‘Neil and Ivan Prentice have been running Wagyu style cattle on their Moondarah property for around six years.’
  • 550) ‘Farmers were paid more money according to how many sheep they ran.’
  • 551) ‘One who did join was dairy farmer, Les Scaife, who runs a herd of 145 cows at Nether Silton, near Thirsk.’
  • 552) ‘This ranch is owned by Carlton and Nancy Laxton and they run a herd of over two hundred pedigree Romagnola cows.’
  • 553) ‘This is an all-grass dairy farm on which they also run a flock of sheep.’
  • 554) ‘Hank didn't run as many cattle as he used to so the extra fields got cut for hay.’
  • 555) ‘He also recalls cross-country runs around the very wet and muddy field where the supermarket now stands, and which he thinks the school owned.’
  • 556) ‘She will have to do cross-country runs and swim in the outdoor pool.’
  • 557) ‘Everyone, however, must do the dreaded cross-country runs.’
  • 558) ‘Sir Liam said he was keen to encourage people to take exercise in a variety of forms, not just gym workouts or long-distance runs.’
  • 559) ‘PC Litchfield, who keeps fit with six-mile runs, still gets a buzz out of the job and says that no two days are the same.’
  • 560) ‘She enjoyed cross-country runs, even with the cold wind making breathing difficult for her.’
  • 561) ‘At 7am, he woke to the sound of heavy footsteps as the England players gathered for their morning run.’
  • 562) ‘But, within weeks of going out on his first run, the weight had started to drop off.’
  • 563) ‘As I got in Mum was just coming down to go for her morning run.’
  • 564) ‘Physical activity tended to help him relax so he took Valentine out for a morning run.’
  • 565) ‘Long runs forge the physical strength and mental fortitude you need to endure the final stretches of the triathlon.’
  • 566) ‘As I was taking a bit of a breather on one of the park benches after my morning run, a man approached me.’
  • 567) ‘The rain is lashing down, but if she does not go for a run, she will not have another chance this morning.’
  • 568) ‘He has already started light training and although he is not yet able to resume his 12-mile-a-day runs he is working out in a gym.’
  • 569) ‘He backed away from the edge before beginning his run towards it.’
  • 570) ‘During the warmer months she also goes on long runs across the city, stopping half way to sprint up and down the steps at Clifford's Tower - ten times.’
  • 571) ‘You could start off doing eight three-minute runs at a very fast pace, with one minute's brisk walk in between each.’
  • 572) ‘I made a concerted effort to go for a run on those days when I wasn't playing and generally to work harder when I wasn't in the team so that when the chance came, I would be extra fit.’
  • 573) ‘We trained in Knockbeg College and had long runs in the woods and along the banks of the River Barrow.’
  • 574) ‘I was feeling a bit reckless last night and went for a run through the Botanical Gardens at about 7pm and underneath the canopy it was pitch black.’
  • 575) ‘A five-minute run later we reached the hall, to find everyone staring at us.’
  • 576) ‘We did a couple runs up and down the country road, and two laps around town.’
  • 577) ‘They looked at each other and set off at a run, the girl trailing behind them, and the boy behind her.’
  • 578) ‘He hit the ground at a run, not even pausing to pick his backpack up from where he had dropped it in the dirt.’
  • 579) ‘Jake scrambled downstairs at a run and launched himself at Jonathan with a cry of joy.’
  • 580) ‘Suddenly he was hugging me tightly and calling for Mina who came in the small room at a run.’
  • 581) ‘She stared at them for a minute before taking off at a run, sobbing as she ran.’
  • 582) ‘The boy took off, and she followed at a run, interested to see where the boy would lead her.’
  • 583) ‘The man backed away towards a set of stairs leading back to ground level, then took off at a run.’
  • 584) ‘They had just passed into the central quadrangle when young Brown returned at a run.’
  • 585) ‘She set out for her house at a run, and arrived there minutes later, gasping for air.’
  • 586) ‘She changed her pace now to a run as the cry of a frightened horse broke the air.’
  • 587) ‘With a quick look around, eyes sparkling, she took off at a run towards the end of the cliff.’
  • 588) ‘She slid back under the gate and took off at a run towards the big house.’
  • 589) ‘She walked for about a quarter of a mile and then suddenly broke into an oblique run up the soft part of the beach.’
  • 590) ‘The minute she stepped out of the door he rushed past her and broke into a run.’
  • 591) ‘She approached slowly at first, then broke into a run, her curiosity conquering her fear.’
  • 592) ‘The footsteps got faster as they got closer, and the person soon broke into a run.’
  • 593) ‘When they were far enough down the long hall, they both broke into a run and shot up the stairs.’
  • 594) ‘He broke into a run, tripping over things and scraping the skin from his hands and knees.’
  • 595) ‘The man walked very quickly down the hall and broke into a run as he passed the corner.’
  • 596) ‘Desiree just rolled her eyes and took off in a run towards the paddock, screaming the name of the child who was paying no heed.’
  • 597) ‘Darius turned and set off at a stumbling run towards the entrance to the sanctuary.’
  • 598) ‘Fish runs attract pinnipeds, which attract great whites.’
  • 599) ‘Crowds of people and predators greet the arrival of many fish spawning runs.’
  • 600) ‘Maritz said shad runs were unlike the annual sardine run, where the smaller fish were trapped between warm currents and the land.’
  • 601) ‘Reports suggest this has been the worst year for runs of salmon in rivers.’
  • 602) ‘Many of the rivers in the area are also suffering from low water, and a good downpour would do wonders for runs of fish, as well as anglers' spirits!’
  • 603) ‘We need you to keep us informed when there is a good run of fish at Banada Bridge.’
  • 604) ‘This is the prime time of year to fish this region with excellent runs of all species and a large variety of rivers to choose from.’
  • 605) ‘Grunion runs occur at predictable times and dates associated with the highest night-time tides from April to July.’
  • 606) ‘Anglers from Carlow observed a run of fish last weekend going up over the Carlow Weir.’
  • 607) ‘As the tide ebbs the sea water starts to drain from the river, making visible the runs and likely lies of fish just in from the Atlantic.’
  • 608) ‘Harbor seals were found to congregate in the Saint John Harbour during the runs of alewife but not Atlantic salmon.’
  • 609) ‘The Carrowniskey River is also seeing a run of fresh fish, and fish were reported to have been caught over the last few days.’
  • 610) ‘On many Western rivers, dams have already severely curtailed wild spawning runs.’
  • 611) ‘Several rivers in East Texas host winter runs of spawn-bound white bass.’
  • 612) ‘Arran, Islay, Bute and Mull all contain lochs full of trout and also boast short spate rivers with good runs of sea-trout and salmon.’
  • 613) ‘Quite a few salmon and sea trout have been seen running the river, although the main run of grilse is still not here.’
  • 614) ‘The hardest part of drum fishing during the spring spawning run is getting the right bait.’
  • 615) ‘Newport has been a centre for research into salmon and eels since 1955 and has recorded full data on salmon and eel runs since 1970.’
  • 616) ‘The problem of vehicles on the school run jamming up roads was being discussed by councillors this afternoon.’
  • 617) ‘Most of those who pass it will do so habitually: commuters going in and out of the city, commercial drivers doing regular runs from one depot or customer to another.’
  • 618) ‘Is your school run part of your journey to work or do you need a second journey for it?’
  • 619) ‘The ferries can't be used on regular runs because they can't carry big RVs, buses or commercial truck traffic, said Stefanson.’
  • 620) ‘The crew are also going out into the community, babysitting for young pregnant mothers at the Teen Haven project, doing soup runs with the Salvation Army, and visiting seniors with the Cornerstone Bible Fellowship.’
  • 621) ‘Figures show car use for the school run has risen in the past decade.’
  • 622) ‘What do we do now to prevent the school run causing havoc each morning?’
  • 623) ‘They are also having to battle with the dangers of congestion from the sheer volume of traffic created by the morning and afternoon school runs.’
  • 624) ‘I teased her mercilessly - what was the point of getting a degree for a life of TV, coffee mornings and school runs?’
  • 625) ‘But Mr Darling said a fifth of morning rush-hour traffic was caused by the school run.’
  • 626) ‘Rethinking the school run and other short trips has big implications for the rest of us as well.’
  • 627) ‘Anyone who goes on a school run will know how difficult it is.’
  • 628) ‘The journeys they make also tend to be shorter: school runs, shopping, short-distance commuting.’
  • 629) ‘That equates to an optimum return of 22.17 mpg on distance runs.’
  • 630) ‘In total 26 miles was covered in the tractor run and not a single breakdown was recorded along the route.’
  • 631) ‘It isn't right that lawyers can troll for clients from the police accident reports, or records of ambulance runs.’
  • 632) ‘In a separate plan, five school bus runs are being covered by CCTV on vehicles.’
  • 633) ‘On our side, we go into the race in a strong position: the car is consistent on long runs and our top speeds are competitive.’
  • 634) ‘I am pleased that he has announced an additional train on the Aberdeen run from Edinburgh.’
  • 635) ‘He believed Virgin would start to take a bigger share of the market on the Glasgow run when a new timetable was introduced in December.’
  • 636) ‘The slippery shape also helps towards the claimed 50 mpg on motorway runs.’
  • 637) ‘Unfortunately I had to cut short my low-fuel runs because I had some longer stints to do for tyre evaluation.’
  • 638) ‘As it's been such a nice day, after having had lunch at Blairmains this afternoon I thought it would be nice to go for a run in the car, so we headed off northwards to Callander, where we had a nice walk around and some ice cream in the sunshine.’
  • 639) ‘We went for a run in the car and ended up in Bundoran so we went bowling.’
  • 640) ‘Yesterday, Val came for lunch and then we went for a run out to Milngavie to the Garden Centre and came home laden with purple and yellow primulas for the balcony.’
  • 641) ‘With following winds reaching 42 knots we surfed up Clarence Strait, across Sumner Strait and didn't have headwinds until the last few miles into tiny Louise Cove on Kuiu Island, a day's run of 110 miles.’
  • 642) ‘This was now a critical phase of the bomb run and a time when the formation was most vulnerable.’
  • 643) ‘One day we were in a position in the formation where it was logical for the copilot to fly the bomb run.’
  • 644) ‘They were now going to make a desperate run towards their target, bomb it, and get the hell out.’
  • 645) ‘We are trying to win every game but we will continue to give as many lads a run as possible and we'll continue to experiment as much as we can.’
  • 646) ‘As we are currently holding second place in the Eastern Centre Championship, we are hoping to have a good run at this one to see if we can overtake the current holder of this title.’
  • 647) ‘At least that way we could pick up on points that we have learned in the first year and have a good run at developing the project further over two, three, four or five years.’
  • 648) ‘In coming years, while rivals may struggle to integrate costly and complex mergers, the group can have a clear run at growing its underlying operations and slashing costs, some analysts and fund managers said.’
  • 649) ‘Several test runs are being done before the formal opening.’
  • 650) ‘Some of the more impressive test runs can be seen in these videos from Georgia Tech and Stanford University.’
  • 651) ‘It was a little project that he had been working on, and he figured it was time to give the pen a test run.’
  • 652) ‘Can you assure the House that this is not a test run for flexible hours of work, to prove that it will not work?’
  • 653) ‘I'm doing a test run, so I'm going to post the first three chapters and see how it turns out.’
  • 654) ‘Eight companies in three divisions were selected for a test run from December to May.’
  • 655) ‘Skeptical Democrats at least owe the project team a chance to prove the machine's worth in test runs.’
  • 656) ‘Since there were cardboard targets in the room, he decided to give the pistol a test run.’
  • 657) ‘It was interesting work, but it did feel like a test run for something bigger and better.’
  • 658) ‘It's very much the sort of thing you assign students as a practice run, like reshooting, shot for shot, a famous scene.’
  • 659) ‘We are having a practice run beforehand to make sure they know what they are doing, but I am sure they will do well and enjoy it.’
  • 660) ‘During the week he made a brief call to us, fully kitted out, during a practice run.’
  • 661) ‘Test runs have revealed that the performance of this product is at least as good as or even better than that of today's products.’
  • 662) ‘After successful test runs, both rovers are preparing to turn their instruments on nearby targets on the Martian surface.’
  • 663) ‘The following day, it became known that this debate was planned as a test run for a vote of no confidence.’
  • 664) ‘Lacking in any obvious rationale, the British terrorism-attack practice runs appear more like panicked PR than useful exercises.’
  • 665) ‘I think it will turn out that Europe and America were test runs of technologies that will be far better implemented in the Southern hemisphere.’
  • 666) ‘Was the hype akin to a practice run for parliamentary and presidential elections this fall?’
  • 667) ‘Away from football matters, South Korea used Scotland's visit as a practice run for the World Cup.’
  • 668) ‘Have test runs with your friends and family before taking paying customers.’
  • 669) ‘I'm giving it a trial run starting today.’
  • 670) ‘Experimental runs were recorded by a digital camcorder and analysed with frame-capture software.’
  • 671) ‘Although this is his first run for elected office, Nolla is not a political novice.’
  • 672) ‘The obvious consequence is that only people with money or with access to money can make serious runs for public office.’
  • 673) ‘He firmly denied any suggestion that he had struck a deal in return for giving his fellow Right-winger the prospect of a clear run.’
  • 674) ‘The fact that she maintained popularity amongst Democrats well before she announced her run for the nomination, leads one to believe that they wanted her to run.’
  • 675) ‘He has so far spent some $33m on his run for the Senate, most of it from his own pocket.’
  • 676) ‘He was the first of all candidates to announce his run for the White House.’
  • 677) ‘A separate poll last week suggested 77% of people thought he had had a successful beginning to his run for the presidency, compared to 57% for his rival.’
  • 678) ‘Leah tells Dan that she can't believe her current run of bad luck.’
  • 679) ‘In the midst of this current run of bad form, some things haven't changed of course.’
  • 680) ‘We sat in the living room one night, talking about our run of bad luck and neither of us said it but we knew.’
  • 681) ‘I've had a run of bad luck with illness and Achilles problems and now this.’
  • 682) ‘This followed a run of bad luck in which the engine broke down and an expensive refit to the vessel was required.’
  • 683) ‘The single was originally due for release in May but was hit by a run of bad luck.’
  • 684) ‘It is astonishing how quickly things can start to change, once you get a run of bad luck.’
  • 685) ‘I've had a horrific run of bad luck with money in the past few weeks.’
  • 686) ‘What's more, they stick to their strategies even if they are having a run of bad luck.’
  • 687) ‘He may yet find he is the last man standing come the end of the season if the club's run of bad luck continues.’
  • 688) ‘He hopes by then the team may be enjoying more success than at present, saying their current run of form is about as poor as he can remember.’
  • 689) ‘Stuart has suffered a miserable run of luck with injuries over the last year.’
  • 690) ‘Floods are not the only effect of this summer's run of bad weather.’
  • 691) ‘This breaks up their working partnership and marks the end of their run of luck.’
  • 692) ‘What he needs is a run of luck that will allow him to keep this awkward coalition together.’
  • 693) ‘I had my best run of form towards the end of the season, and it ended at the wrong time for me.’
  • 694) ‘Their unprecedented run of success has seen them sell out five arena tours and perform to more than four million fans.’
  • 695) ‘A month later our twelve-year-old daughter had a run of ill health.’
  • 696) ‘He had suffered a run of ill health in the later years of his life, coping with diabetes and suffering from a stroke early in 1999 which affected the left side of his body and badly impaired his speech.’
  • 697) ‘The run of misfortune didn't stop however.’
  • 698) ‘With all this breathless activity, and the firm's seemingly endless run of good luck, it is hard to see what can go wrong.’
  • 699) ‘Palace are three points adrift at the bottom on a run of five defeats, but Dowie insists the league table should be no shock.’
  • 700) ‘Gaelic Players Chicago and Tara Theatre Company, Winnipeg, have had sellout runs with the play over the past twelve months and Westport Drama Group became the first Irish group to stage the play last April.’
  • 701) ‘Still, they both extended their unbeaten runs to five matches.’
  • 702) ‘Sertori was happier with the fact the team extended their unbeaten run to eight games - beating another of the third division's form teams - rather than his goal.’
  • 703) ‘Bexley maintained their position at the top of Kent 3 when they extended their unbeaten run to six games with a 25-8 win at Deal.’
  • 704) ‘City extended their unbeaten run to seven games when they won 3-0 at Chesterfield.’
  • 705) ‘After a torrid Leinster league campaign that saw the side barely survive in the top flight the Blues have put together a great cup run to reach their second successive final.’
  • 706) ‘Nab Wood extended their unbeaten run to six games by coming back from three goals down to draw 3-3.’
  • 707) ‘Manchester City moved three points clear at the top of Division One and extended their unbeaten home run to 14 games, but made hard work of disposing of plucky Preston.’
  • 708) ‘This latest win extended Windermere's winning run to nine successive victories.’
  • 709) ‘In defeating the champions, Robson's team extended their unbeaten run to 13 matches since May.’
  • 710) ‘It is the first time in five months City have recorded back-to-back victories and extends their unbeaten run to four games.’
  • 711) ‘However, the home side fought back for a 2-2 draw to extend their unbeaten run to 11 games.’
  • 712) ‘Rochdale's successful FA Cup run has provided a welcome boost to their coffers.’
  • 713) ‘Both sides have had good runs in their respective cup competitions in September.’
  • 714) ‘He has never before been involved in an FA Cup run that has reached the last eight.’
  • 715) ‘Most definitely, we can take a lot from this game and the cup run we have had.’
  • 716) ‘Their winning league run actually extends to 16 games, having won their two closing fixtures of last season.’
  • 717) ‘The good news is that the show is back for an extended run this year and more than lives up to its own legend.’
  • 718) ‘During rehearsals both actresses have been wearing long skirts and corsets as they will during the plays run.’
  • 719) ‘This is not too bad when the number of components is relatively small, or the production runs are relatively large.’
  • 720) ‘We do not know what their production runs were, but this is stuff you can keep.’
  • 721) ‘On the other hand, he says, the production runs tie up money.’
  • 722) ‘High production runs were the only thing that could increase profits and ultimately cause memory prices to fall.’
  • 723) ‘He says this has been fixed in recent production runs.’
  • 724) ‘With the company closely monitoring and then predicting expected demand for labels, production runs are planned to help keep stocking levels down.’
  • 725) ‘This method is ideal for small production runs of accurately cut and formed parts without a custom-made die.’
  • 726) ‘Energetic and structural properties were also monitored for stability during the production runs.’
  • 727) ‘They cajoled suppliers into making special production runs of key components.’
  • 728) ‘Sales of these models will presumably help fund ever bigger production runs.’
  • 729) ‘Taylor's principles of ‘scientific management’ assume long production runs of standardized products.’
  • 730) ‘Production schedules are characterized by short runs and frequent product changeovers.’
  • 731) ‘Assembly-line production with human labour is most economical for single-product runs of large scale.’
  • 732) ‘A good long run of CW1308 cable can be used for ADSL; 50m can typically be easily achieved without any noticeable degradation.’
  • 733) ‘Place a separate order for each run of cable needed.’
  • 734) ‘Wire adjusters are a means of shortening or extending the length of the wires that run out to the signals, because changes in the weather can have a substantial effect on a long run of wire.’
  • 735) ‘What is the longest recommended run of tubing?’
  • 736) ‘These local failures quickly spread, soon compromising the entire run of piping.’
  • 737) ‘His voice retains its evenness in all registers, and he cleanly articulates Vivaldi's most difficult runs and fioriture.’
  • 738) ‘The first movement moves to a too-stately tread, although the 16th note runs are light enough.’
  • 739) ‘His tone and legato playing are ravishing, and his execution of the composer's florid runs and other figurations is smooth.’
  • 740) ‘The scores are filled with amazing runs, double stops, surprising melodic leaps and various special effects.’
  • 741) ‘All songs and many calls, for example, contain runs of relatively pure notes.’
  • 742) ‘The commonest type is a run, or unbroken sequence of cards in a suit.’
  • 743) ‘As in most rummy games, the possible melds are sets of equal cards and runs of consecutive cards in the same suit.’
  • 744) ‘The player must specify (if it is not clear) whether the meld is a run or a set, the rank of the set, and the rank and suit of a run.’
  • 745) ‘A four of a kind is closed, and can no longer be extended, and the same would apply in theory to a run of 14 cards with an ace at each end.’
  • 746) ‘The next deal is passed to the next person and four cards dealt to each player and played the same way except now you must get four of a kind or a run of the same suit.’
  • 747) ‘It may not be played in a run or sequence, and cannot be played in a trick.’
  • 748) ‘A sequence meld in course of construction must always consist of a run of three or more consecutive cards of one suit.’
  • 749) ‘You cannot add cards below the 1 or above the 14 in runs.’
  • 750) ‘A run consists of three or more consecutive cards in a single suit.’
  • 751) ‘Decide what's missing from your hand - the cards you need for a run, or to fill in a piece of meld.’
  • 752) ‘Twos and jokers are wild and can be used in any set or run to represent any desired card.’
  • 753) ‘Two years back this newspaper carried a story suggesting a serious run on the dollar was becoming a distinct possibility.’
  • 754) ‘The threat of disruptions in gasoline supply due to Hurricane Ike sparked a run on gas last Thursday and Friday.’
  • 755) ‘Nervous motorists start stockpiling fuel, causing a run on petrol, which in turn sparks yet more panic buying.’
  • 756) ‘We’ve had a run on bottled water and batteries.’
  • 757) ‘The participants called for the formulation of guidelines for journalists to prevent them from publishing alarming stories that contribute to runs on commercial banks.’
  • 758) ‘Uruguay floated its currency late last month following a run on banks and a plunge in foreign reserves.’
  • 759) ‘The merchant community organized a run on the banks, and the Government gave in.’
  • 760) ‘As someone who has no investments and uses the bank to pay in and withdraw funds (I am self-employed) it occurred to me that in the same way that investors need up-to-date market data to inform their investment decisions, depositors need up-to-date information if their savings are at risk of a run on the bank.’
  • 761) ‘What lifts this movie above the usual run of dutifully sweet romantic comedies is the bright, fantasy-friendly sensibility of its two directors, Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini.’
  • 762) ‘Plato realizes that the general run of humankind can think, and speak, etc., without (so far as they acknowledge) any awareness of his realm of Forms.’
  • 763) ‘It is also to help new generations discover that they are not that different from the common run of humanity.’
  • 764) ‘You'd hope it would be used for rather more interesting events than the usual run of annual trade and professional and party political conventions.’
  • 765) ‘Thankfully the incident did not divert the attention of either side from the main goal of winning the game though the hold-up was to have a significant bearing on the run of play.’
  • 766) ‘Fortunately the U.S. managed to get a third goal against the run of play to seal the game.’
  • 767) ‘It is only in the last decade that the industry has begun to appreciate and champion the importance of old trees that have survived against the run of forestry fashion.’
  • 768) ‘On the contrary, it was with full knowledge of those realities, and against the run of history, that the unity of purpose prevailed.’
  • 769) ‘That goal came against the run of play, as did the second Armagh goal in the 25th minute.’
  • 770) ‘York had begun slowly but went ahead against the run of play when John Raper converted Olly Couttie's cross.’
  • 771) ‘And then two goals in a minute transformed the game against the run of play.’
  • 772) ‘Preston took the lead against the run of play when Nicola Rawlinson forced the ball home after a goal mouth scramble.’
  • 773) ‘Completely against the run of play, however, Samoa struck back with a try.’
  • 774) ‘Chances were created but, unfortunately, went begging and Lytham took the lead against the run of play.’
  • 775) ‘Powder hounds won't be disappointed either as there are excellent off-piste skiing and mogul runs, but it's wise to ask for a guide if you take the uncharted option.’
  • 776) ‘It's not that expensive with a lot of steep hard runs but plenty of slopes for beginners too.’
  • 777) ‘Skiing from 14,000 feet is a special treat: runs are longer; snow lasts longer.’
  • 778) ‘After a fast chair to the summit I skied a run which took me to an ancient two-person chairlift.’
  • 779) ‘It's pretty safe to ski groomed runs by yourself at a populated resort.’
  • 780) ‘A full Mont Blanc ski pass expands the skiing domain to 762 kilometres of runs.’
  • 781) ‘I was a bit worried, because the only skiable route back down towards La Grave was an off-piste black run.’
  • 782) ‘The courses are well maintained with machinery for tramping the runs and artificial snow machines.’
  • 783) ‘And there are lots of shops and bars at the bottom of the runs - ideal meeting places if you happen to lose anyone on the way down.’
  • 784) ‘Most of the 200 or so runs across the two mountains are far more sedate, and Whistler is even establishing a reputation as a decent place to learn to ski.’
  • 785) ‘One of the largest resorts in Quebec, Sutton boasts 40 kilometres of runs with 194 junctions allowing you to take a different route on each run.’
  • 786) ‘The ski centre will have 14 alpine skiing runs with a capacity for 4600 skiers, and will be located between the village of Panichishte, the Rila Lakes, and Peak Kabul.’
  • 787) ‘Experience is needed for snowboarding because of the many narrow runs with death-defying drops and long, momentum-sapping flat sections.’
  • 788) ‘You face the frequent ski fanatic's dilemma: all year long you fantasise about adrenalin-pumping runs with mogul fields to die for, while your partner, frankly, doesn't.’
  • 789) ‘At least 200 skiers a year worldwide are killed in accidents, many of which are related to irresponsible holidaymakers ‘bombing’ down runs with little regard for those below them.’
  • 790) ‘Of course there's an almighty dump of snow just after we leave, but for now there's just enough snow for a few of the runs to be open.’
  • 791) ‘They are not here for powder runs or world-class pistes.’
  • 792) ‘There are fresh powder runs everywhere; the snow has covered up all the tracks.’
  • 793) ‘There are broad boulevard pistes, delightful glade runs and routes through trees where room for manoeuvre becomes progressively tighter.’
  • 794) ‘The run stretches away out of sight, curling down the mountain, swooping into the valley below.’
  • 795) ‘Mike and Pat can head straight up to the moguls and gullies of some of the area's black runs.’
  • 796) ‘Four of the runs were open, but our weekend wasn't about skiing.’
  • 797) ‘He also learned to read various animal trails, runs, beds and feeding areas and how to track and trap them.’
  • 798) ‘Where rabbit-proof fencing cuts across badger runs, particularly near active setts, the badgers are likely to dig under or make holes in the netting, thus allowing rabbits to cross the fence.’
  • 799) ‘Trees should be felled away from any holes, main badger runs or obvious latrines.’
  • 800) ‘Fences should also not be built across deer runs, as deer will continue to try and use the run, damaging themselves and the fence.’
  • 801) ‘The main breeding cattery is a six- by twelve-metre enclosure, divided into runs.’
  • 802) ‘The previous owners had two small dogs and treated this area as a dog run, so it was much flattened and stale when we moved in.’
  • 803) ‘We have an enclosed dog run behind our garage where we usually leave the dogs when we are at work.’
  • 804) ‘Avoid harvesting soil from areas where animal excrement is prevalent, such as in dog runs or from grazing areas.’
  • 805) ‘Hygroma is caused by repeated contact with hard surfaces such as cement runs or hardwood floors.’
  • 806) ‘The cats are never allowed out - that is why Mr Satterley has built a cat run covered completely by netting.’
  • 807) ‘The third garden area is at the top of a flight of steps and includes a block-built shed with a kennel and a large fenced dog run.’
  • 808) ‘When the pastoralists pushed north, looking for grazing land and runs for their sheep, Thomas Elder was one of them to take up large leases in the Beltana area.’
  • 809) ‘The great cause of conflict was Aborigines taking cattle and sheep from newly established grazing runs.’
  • 810) ‘We had the run of this house, a bungalow with long corridors and lots of weird things to play with and things we were told not to touch.’
  • 811) ‘Better still, give them the run of the house while you stay in the hotel.’
  • 812) ‘We discovered very quickly that he couldn't be given the run of the house.’
  • 813) ‘Moving to Los Angeles, they are offered the run of the house at his mother's pad in the hills.’
  • 814) ‘The place was practically deserted, so we had the run of almost every engine to ourselves.’
  • 815) ‘I know it can be tough to lock up your beloved pet when they always have the run of the house.’
  • 816) ‘The children have the run of the house, as long as they don't break anything.’
  • 817) ‘How much space will your pet require or will it need the run of your house?’
  • 818) ‘Parents who as youngsters had the run of Glasgow's streets now keep their sons and daughters close to their sides.’
  • 819) ‘Because it was only 11 am and it wasn't a school holiday, Jeremy and I had the run of the place.’
  • 820) ‘In return for this, I allow them the run of the lawn and do not eat them.’
  • 821) ‘Well, they have the run of the country now, and they still haven't found anything.’
  • 822) ‘Meanwhile, our beer-drinking mates have the run of a huge range of designer ales and lagers.’
  • 823) ‘She is said to have had the run of Downing Street, until her exclusion in April.’
  • 824) ‘His first five balls resulted in eight runs scored for two wickets.’
  • 825) ‘They went on to win by four wickets when the winning runs were scored in the 16th over.’
  • 826) ‘But in cricket, the batsmen get the runs and bowlers get wickets.’
  • 827) ‘In that very first innings of the series four batsmen scored 203 runs and the rest crumbled for just 67.’
  • 828) ‘He said that there are different ways for batsmen to score runs, and indeed there are different ways to win.’
  • 829) ‘If they fail to score another run or take another wicket on the entire tour, it will not matter one iota.’
  • 830) ‘One dramatic event followed another yesterday where 25 wickets crashed and 358 runs were scored.’
  • 831) ‘He is one of only six players to have scored 3,000 runs and taken 200 wickets in Test matches.’
  • 832) ‘The New Park player captured four wickets for 25 runs and scored 32.’
  • 833) ‘In his 12 games with the club he scored more than 400 runs, took 15 wickets and excelled in the field.’
  • 834) ‘In 102 tests for his country, he scored 5,200 runs and took 383 wickets.’
  • 835) ‘Over the next decade Miller played 55 times for Australia, scoring 2958 runs and taking 170 wickets.’
  • 836) ‘Tanzania lost to Namibia by three runs as the Namibia side batted second and scored 100 runs for three wickets down.’
  • 837) ‘Thompson and Tyrer continued to pile on the runs and completed the victory by nine wickets.’
  • 838) ‘Instead, Australia lost by two runs, the narrowest margin of defeat in Ashes history.’
  • 839) ‘Australia won by 197 runs after bowling out Sri Lanka for 154 midway through the final day.’
  • 840) ‘Leicestershire won by an innings and 151 runs after amassing 681-7 declared which is the highest score ever made against Yorkshire by any county.’
  • 841) ‘Despite this, only 46 runs were added to the total before the tea interval.’
  • 842) ‘Durham dodged the showers to record their first championship win at Chester-le-Street for two years when they beat Derbyshire by 30 runs.’
  • 843) ‘It proved a tall order - the visitors fell short by four runs.’
  • 844) ‘He retired with a total of 649 stolen bases and nearly 1,200 runs scored.’
  • 845) ‘The Tigers fared far better in other categories, leading the league with 185 home runs and 671 runs scored.’
  • 846) ‘On balance, stolen bases have very little to do with runs scored.’
  • 847) ‘If he learns to hit the ball on the ground and use his legs to get on base and score runs, he'll have a bright future in the majors.’
  • 848) ‘Too many runners have been left on base; too many runs have not been scored.’
  • 849) ‘Scoring runs is about getting on base and driving the runners around the bases.’
  • 850) ‘Regarding the second question, it would mean a team would have had to send 19 men to the plate and score at least 13 runs.’
  • 851) ‘I seem to remember a lot of hitting, with the Dodgers scoring at least 11 runs.’
  • 852) ‘It's not a fabulous lineup, but I don't think they'll come last in the Majors in runs scored either.’
  • 853) ‘The 1957 Kansas City Athletics led the American League in home runs, but finished last in the league in runs scored.’
  • 854) ‘Bobby Abreu scored 109 runs and was among the league's top 10 in on-base percentage.’
  • 855) ‘He also led a 7-5 win in Philadelphia on May 12 with another two home runs and five runs batted in.’
  • 856) ‘In his second game back, Durazo hit three homers and drove in nine runs.’
  • 857) ‘The two glaring needs are a leadoff hitter with speed who can play center and a third baseman who can make contact and drive in runs.’
  • 858) ‘Home runs are important, but it's more important for me to drive in runs.’
  • 859) ‘He also had 240 hits and became the first leadoff hitter ever to drive in 100 runs.’
  • 860) ‘In just over three seasons in the majors, Grieve has hit 76 homers and driven in 303 runs.’
  • 861) ‘Nonetheless, for that one season in 1930, he was a model of consistency when it came to driving in runs.’
  • 862) ‘Maicer Izturis homered and drove in three runs for Los Angeles.’
  • 863) ‘He'll hit some homers and drive in some runs, but he won't do much more.’
  • 864) ‘He has done much more than that, driving in runs and showing power.’
  • 865) ‘Her legs were old and worn, tiny blue and purple veins played along the backs of her knees, and stockings with runs as long as the Mississippi fell to her ankles.’
  • 866) ‘Take all your tights (check them first for runs and holes) and put them in a lined basket.’
  • 867) ‘Seam sealants have a wide variety of uses, including stopping hosiery runs.’
  • 868) ‘Apply varnish full strength, taking extra care to avoid runs and sags.’
  • 869) ‘This can mean paint runs, sags and wrinkling on vertical surfaces, plus an overall reduced rate of coverage per gallon.’
  • 870) ‘Then I heard and saw a good rise that was obviously from a much bigger fish at the bottom of a run under some trees.’
  • 871) ‘Fall floods seem to have improved the river topography and most who have walked the river suggest the number of runs with fish-holding potential has vastly improved.’
  • 872) ‘During the night I had a bad case of the runs.’
  • 873) ‘I did have the runs a bit, but never anything like bleeding and I didn't think anything dramatic was wrong.’
  • 874) ‘Another thing I always take with me is dirolyte, which is a tablet-form medicine which dissolves in water and is for replacing body vitamins when you have had the runs.’
  • 875) ‘Consuming not-so-fresh egg yolk can give you gripes and the runs.’
  • 876) ‘I guess he had a pretty bad case of the runs, because he kept talking to himself, and flushing the toilet.’

Examples

  • 1) They wear this beautiful leather bag with the jogging pants.
  • 2) He wears red jogging bottoms in training!
  • 3) Sprint to the halfway line then jog back.
  • 4) Warm up for five to ten minutes by gently walking or jogging.
  • 5) You should always be able to hold a conversation while walking fast and jogging slowly.
  • 6) And he turned up in jogging bottoms and red trainers after his mum dropped him off.
  • 7) Smile sweetly and jog back to the halfway line?
  • 8) Warm up by stretching and walking or jogging on the spot.
  • 9) Our first run is a jog.
  • 10) Then we jog on the spot.
  • 11) Or a jog around the block.
  • 12) Gently jog or cycle for 2 min.
  • 13) If jogging around the block bores you, try wild running.
  • 14) The second six minutes are a combination of jogging on the spot with resistance exercise for the legs, in the form of squats.
  • 15) A 30-minute jog each day does not mean that you have to consume more calories.
  • 16) Calling it a slow walk or a light jog is probably more accurate, no matter what I think.
  • 17) Today, after taking Carolyn to the playground while Gini and Kat had ritual at the Labyrinth, I realized that I could jog from the park to the coffee shop of doom without much trouble.
  • 18) Shanahan said everyone else, including tight end Chris Cooley, was able to practice Friday in what Shanahan calls a jog-through session.
  • 19) A blog should not rhyme with jog, that is too slow.
  • 20) Before or after the jog was the question, and the answer is, I don't know.
  • 21) Both readers and writers get into a certain 'swing' which turns to monotony and sing-song in reading and to excessive uniformity of sentence length and structure in writing -- what is called a jog-trot style.
  • 22) Then they settled down to what those of our age and country and occupation know as a hound-jog, which is seven miles an hour.
  • 23) Some were sent out for a hack, as Motion, an Englishman, calls a jog through the wooded trails and open fields; others went to the turf course.
  • 24) The jog was a pretty good sign that Manuel didn't want to take Cain out, just wanted to check on him.
  • 25) I thought I saw it somewhere referred to as a jog wheel.
  • 26) ‘And then, to my even greater astonishment, he turns and starts jogging back up the stairs.’
  • 27) ‘I swirled around to face him and saw as he jogged up to catch up with me.’
  • 28) ‘When I opened the door, I started jogging lightly up the stairs.’
  • 29) ‘"Goodnight Kurt, " she smiled, and then jogged out to the car.’
  • 30) ‘He put the six pack on the ground, and started jogging back down the hallway.’
  • 31) ‘Without another word, Meg jogged off down the hallway.’
  • 32) ‘Waving, he jogged off down the hallway in the opposite direction, leaving me gaping like a fish.’
  • 33) ‘And he took off jogging in the direction of the kennels.’
  • 34) ‘Digging his keys out of his pocket, he jogged lightly up the last few steps.’
  • 35) ‘I grabbed a ratty towel from the outhouse bathroom and jogged away in the direction of the creek.’
  • 36) ‘At the gym, Megan started off by walking and jogging on the treadmill for 30 minutes.’
  • 37) ‘Sivan had to nearly jog to keep up with the contingent of brood warriors.’
  • 38) ‘She jogged down the hall, her eyes blazing somewhere between anger and relief.’
  • 39) ‘Eight minutes later, Erica came jogging down the corridor to where they were.’
  • 40) ‘Paul jogged down the corridor trying to find his way to the emergency meeting point.’
  • 41) ‘Mike jogged up the steps close behind her, refusing to be left alone.’
  • 42) ‘The two jogged for the next few minutes before Rilke floated over.’
  • 43) ‘I think I'm gonna go outside and jog for 5 minutes.’
  • 44) ‘If you can't exercise or jog for 20 minutes, simply go as far as you can.’
  • 45) ‘I jogged on the spot, making a futile attempt to slow my heart beat.’
  • 46) ‘In the Western Pleasure classes, horses must walk, jog and lope on the rail each direction, stop, and back willingly.’
  • 47) ‘The rider may be leaning forward or using too much leg, which will cause the horse to jog faster.’
  • 48) ‘They got my five-year-old daughter sitting and turning all the way around while the horse was jogging.’
  • 49) ‘Horses Wednesday mainly galloped, jogged, or walked, but the first official workouts are most likely to occur on Thursday.’
  • 50) ‘He jogged his horse back over to the class as Zeya walked Feoi out of the ring and headed toward the other group.’
  • 51) ‘They walk and jog clockwise on the far outside of the rail, and they canter and gallop counter-clockwise along the inside rail.’
  • 52) ‘Red Bullet is expected to jog for the next ten days and begin galloping at the beginning of October.’
  • 53) ‘With his ears up and his eyes bright, Hold That Tiger completed the drill after earlier jogging once around the track.’
  • 54) ‘Shake stacked sieves, vibrating, jogging, and jolting them to keep the sand in continuous motion for two minutes.’
  • 55) ‘A removable battery cover may jolt a hard drive unacceptably when jogging, albeit imperceptibly to the user.’
  • 56) ‘In an almost jogging rhythm, the song quickly turned into a ballad in which the audience was serenaded by the saxophone.’
  • 57) ‘I think he'll be a better candidate if he's jogged, nudged, challenged.’
  • 58) ‘Angela notices my look and jogs my elbow a little.’
  • 59) ‘On one occasion Chapman glowed with nostalgia, took a deep pull on his pipe, and jogged his narcoleptic friend's arm.’
  • 60) ‘One evening, he jogged her arm accidentally and spilt some tea on her sari.’
  • 61) ‘It was early enough so that there were very few tourists around, and the people who could be seen were like us, out for a morning jog or power walk.’
  • 62) ‘Then she changes into workout clothes and we head out for a morning jog.’
  • 63) ‘He has his diamonds and ankle weights on and he's going for a jog.’
  • 64) ‘After my morning jog, I felt ready to face the day.’
  • 65) ‘Brijesh occasionally met people on his morning jog.’
  • 66) ‘Thoughts of Dara kept him awake most of the night, and if that wasn't bad enough, even his morning jog failed to invigorate him.’
  • 67) ‘Before leaving for her morning jog, Jessica gives the girl a quick hug.’
  • 68) ‘Joan smirked as she paced herself during her morning jog.’
  • 69) ‘I have to head off and buy a new pair of boots and take a morning jog.’
  • 70) ‘She was asking him where she could go for a jog in the morning.’
  • 71) ‘If your evenings are in the bar or out clubbing then forget leaping out of bed for a quick jog in the morning!’
  • 72) ‘Pradeep's fitness regime on most days includes a morning jog of at least seven km and a balanced diet with plenty of proteins and fluids.’
  • 73) ‘One day while doing his morning jog he was hit by a train.’
  • 74) ‘After a quick bite to eat I go for a 20 minute jog followed by an hour and a half of weight training.’
  • 75) ‘Blake would usually be outside doing an early morning jog.’
  • 76) ‘My mother came back from her jog just as I was exiting the yard.’
  • 77) ‘Still breathing heavy from her brisk, morning jog, she sauntered into the kitchen for a bottle of water.’
  • 78) ‘It was coincidentally a really nice morning and she was going out for her daily morning jog.’
  • 79) ‘He is up at 5.30 a.m. for a jog and a 30-minute workout in the gym.’
  • 80) ‘Take him on a vigorous run or jog in the morning before you leave.’
  • 81) ‘Feeling better, Noca increased her pace to a jog.’
  • 82) ‘Her face automatically brightened and her pace increased into a jog.’
  • 83) ‘In fact, she almost seemed to increase her pace to a jog, with Becky following suit a moment after her.’
  • 84) ‘At the sight of this event, the opponent became worried and quickened his pace into nearly a jog.’
  • 85) ‘As he quickened his pace to a jog, he saw a swift shape dart up a curling stairway.’
  • 86) ‘Even though she was running flat out, Seung was able to keep up with her pace at a brisk jog.’
  • 87) ‘She approached it cautiously, slowing her pace down to a jog.’
  • 88) ‘A thumping in the distance made him tense with fear and he slowed his pace to a jog.’
  • 89) ‘Then he went after her, exchanging his usual loping gait for a jog.’
  • 90) ‘We started out at a jog, trying to warm up and pace ourselves.’
  • 91) ‘He picks up the pace to what would be a comfortable jog for him, but in reality, a really, really painstakingly fast run for me.’
  • 92) ‘I still had that jumpy, energetic feeling I'd had that morning, so I started off at a jog in the direction of Andy's house.’
  • 93) ‘Tears were falling down her face as her jog turned into a sprint.’
  • 94) ‘She broke out into a jog and rushed towards the man nearing the comic store.’
  • 95) ‘Trek mounted up and worked 18 year old Anni into a warm-up jog towards the trail on the hill.’
  • 96) ‘But all of a sudden you realized, the jog became a sprint, and he wasn't slowing down.’
  • 97) ‘He sighed with relief and slowed his sprint to a jog.’
  • 98) ‘He heard the bell ring for the last 200m, kicked, and slowed to a jog after crossing the finish line in first.’
  • 99) ‘In particular, consumers are up and running again, although perhaps at more of a jog than a sprint.’
  • 100) ‘Suddenly, Urlacher steps over one of the fences, breaks into a jog down an embankment and on to the field.’
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