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Run

To have legal validity in a prescribed territory; as in, the writ (a court order) runs throughout the county. To have applicability or legal effect during a prescribed period of time; as in, the Statute of Limitations has run against the claim. To follow or accompany; to be attached to another thing in pursuing a prescribed course or direction; as in, the Covenant (a written promise or restriction) runs with the land.

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Software-wise, this phone comes running Android 8.1 which is covered by vivo's Funtouch OS 4.
The aerial performance painted colorful illustrations in the sky, including the Olympic mascot Soohorang, the white tiger who comes running in above the stadium, cheering on the athletes and creating a heart outline in the sky.
"Next thing a woman comes running down the road in her pyjamas.
But before the driver could take the car out of the garage, my husband comes running with a giant card in hand.
He climbs the bed and snuggles up me and puts his paw over He comes running when I "where's mammy's baby?"
When I go in to the paddock and shout for I go in to the paddock and shout for him and he comes running, it's him and he comes running, it's quite incredible.
And we won't be surprised if after watching these ads, Robert Pattinson comes running back into the arms of Keough .
She pops out for a cuddle and kin upwt A door bursts open and Tulisa comes running out.
She only has to smile at him a certain way in the Woolpack and he comes running.
stow-and-go Memory Tech Speed Seat that can be accessed and put away quickly with just a flip, the comfortable, three-layer seat has a closed cell foam bottom layer for protection against sharp objects, an open cell foam middle layer to support weight and a memory foam top layer to be sure your sits are comfortable when that mack-daddy gobbler comes running in.
I'm not usually the kind of person who comes running to the ground like some when there's a new manager or a new signing.
"He comes running down the corridor (at Coleman House) and runs in this room (where the residents are)," Snyder said.