run the chance

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In my country, those whom physicians abandon run the chance of a quack, who kills them ten times but saves them a hundred times."
If you play the other game, you run the chance of being assassinated on a throne, strangled in a prison-cell.
'But why,' said the young man, 'why run the chance of that occurring which so nearly happened?
Why, I wouldn't run the chance of the teeniest accident happenin' to you for a million dollars.
'You've got away once, and I won't run the chance agin.
he was compelled, therefore, to give up the idea, and let his new friend run the chances of a public conference.
By submitting scores to hit a secret target, overclockers cumulate points and run the chance to win not only cash prizes and hardware, but also a trip to Taipei, Taiwan to attend the Computex 2015 IT trade show with GIGABYTE.
The competition was launched by The Journal in conjunction with Northumbrian Water to give readers who entered the Kielder 10k or Kielder Run Bike Run the chance to win the Salomon running kit to celebrate the Kielder Marathon weekend of activities.
THE World Cancer Research Fund is offering athletes who have missed out on a place in the Great North Run the chance to compete in the prestigious half-marathon.
It will end up costing you about the same thing if you do it yourself and you always run the chance of messing up when the plastic frame heats up and melts under the high-speed Dremel cutter.
"I knew if I made a run the chances were going to come to me.