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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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4 The home team has a runner on first with one out and the score tied 4-4 in the bottom of the ninth when the batter hits a home run out of the ballpark.
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The gating system, also known as the runner system, consists of several passageways for metal to travel from the ladle to the casting cavity.
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Jacques Rijkmans, who is one of the original four runners we met when we first started running in 1995 is the only runner who has participated in all the 12 editions of the Dubai Marathon," said Murphy, who has been instrumental in also introducing many runners.
Nicole Teter: The OTC Elite runner ran 2:05.01 to advance to the semifinals in the women's 800.
When the first runner in line gives the verbal signal, the last runner sprints to the front and assumes the lead position.