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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
References in periodicals archive ?
The houses got rundown because no one wanted to spend money doing them up if they were going to be knocked down.
The fire on Monday night was around the corner from the Picasso Museum in the historic Marais district - hitting home the reality that rundown housing exists even in one of Paris' highest-rent districts.
Residents had complained the area had become rundown over the years and was now a magnet for vandals.
People living in rundown parts of Newcastle have been re-assured that a massive regeneration scheme is still on track.
The site also includes links and information pertinent to the CPA with CPE in mind, including a guide to online courses, a rundown on ethics requirements and an online CPE credit tracking system.
Second, it creates an attitude among the staff that rundown buildings and grounds are normal at camp, thus promoting a careless attitude with equipment and infrastructure.
Here's thy rundown, according to scientists and government experts.
In Britain, the government's New Deal for Communities `laser targets' rundown neighbourhoods.
The Department of Energy already sponsors an exhaustive research program in "bioremediation," a process that uses living organisms to reduce toxic substances (A rundown of the program is available at www.
He spent all his life in New York in rundown cold-water flats and finally in a rundown loft.
He said the Government was planning a pounds 800million scheme to revive Britain's most rundown estates.
THE Government is launching a campaign to save the British corner shop and help rundown inner-city estates.