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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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First runner-up of dancing category, Mina Magar originally comes from mid-plains of the country.
It is now on to Royal Ascot for the Hardwicke Stakes," said the runner-up's trainer Noel Meade.
After a competitive round of fixtures, Ibrahim Zulfiqar from the City School and Nosherwan Fayyaz from FAST National University were judged to be the winner and runner-up respectively.
Felicity, the 15-8 favourite, was held in second place behind the front-running Uraib when Fortune eased down, only to be caught on the line and beaten a short-head for the runner-up's slot by the staying on Force Of Nature.
Coral slashed the Sagitta 2000 Guineas runner-up's odds to 5-2 from 7-2.
The well-backed Addington Boy was the main sufferer from the leader's fall but he did not lose much momentum and ran on well to take third spot, three and a half lengths behind the runner-up, Strong Promise.
He received Rs 11,400 cash and championship trophy, while Uzair got Rs 7,800 cash and runner-up trophy.
SIR DES CHAMPS bravely denied Long Run to land the Punchestown Gold Cup and net sweet compensation for his Cheltenham Festival defeat at the hands of the runner-up's stablemate Bobs Worth.
The opener went to the Chris Allsopp-trained Smart Bid also in front-running fashion as he turned over odds-on Droopys Stevie in 26.70sec (+20), while a four-runner final heat was won by Chris Mosdall's Smiler Jack by a length from Guinness Dusty in 27.17sec (normal) with the runner-up's odds-on kennelmate Guinness Kev eliminated in third.
He took the lead before the last and held the runner-up's renewed effort to score by a length and a quarter.
After a competitive round of fixtures Ms Mohiba Ahmed from Government College University and Ms Rameesha Khan from University of the Punjab were judged to be the winner and runner-up respectively.