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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.

run

(Contend), verb announce a candidacy, aspire to political office, be a candidate, be designated a candidate, become an office seeker, campaign, campaign for office, campaign for public office, canvass, challenge an incumment, compete, run for office, seek election, seek re-eleccion, seek to become a public official, solicit votes, stand for election, strive, vie

run

(Flee), verb abscond, break away, dash, decamp, depart, disengage, escape, fly, hasten, hurry, leave, move swiftly, quit, race, retreat, rush, scamper, take flight

run

(Flow), verb advance, continue, drain out, elapse, extend, flood, go on, pass, proceed, pour, team, surge, trickle
Associated concepts: conditions and deeds running with the land, covenants running with the land, running at large, running of the statute of limitations

run

(Manage), verb carry on, conduct, direct, drive, function, govern, guide, handle, influence, maintain, oversee, perform, regulate, steer, superintend, work
See also: abscond, chain, conduct, demand, exude, flee, function, govern, hierarchy, manage, manipulate, market, moderate, officiate, operate, race, rule
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told her that she had to pay him Dh6,000 after the other prostitute ran away and that she had to sleep with men to earn back her Dh6,000.
In yet another case, a 21-year-old girl ran away from home after having a relationship with a youth.
Adults who ran away in their youth are 76% more likely to be recipients of Aid to Families with Dependent Children, public assistance, or welfare than nonrunaways.
The youngsters, who had been dating for around three months before they ran away, were located at an address in Slough, Berkshire, where Luke's two elder sisters and friends live.
Students who ran away were usually rounded up and brought back to face punishment.
Anyone who ran away got a horrific beating, and their heads were shaved," Barney said.
Officers should note the last time the child ran away and the length of time spent away.
She said that she ran away from home because of fights over the friends she was seeing, especially her 18-year-old boyfriend, who her mother wanted to have arrested for statutory rape: "I ran away from home because I have a lot of problems with my mom - we fight a lot.
He is no closer to expanding his idea of God beyond that of the God who punishes all those other people than he was when he first ran away.
His parents divorced when he was young, his older sister, a rape victim, ran away from home, and when his mother became an addict, the state tried to take him in.
After stealing the jewellery, she broke open the house door and ran away.
She said she thought all her problems would end the moment she ran away with the young man.