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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.

West's Encyclopedia of American Law, edition 2. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Binay, who is seeking to return to politics after losing in the 2016 presidential elections, is running against Liberal Party candidate Kid Pena, and independent candidates John Mesina and Ferdinand Sevilla.
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A: In the 1968 presidential race Hubert Humphrey was running against Richard Nixon, and Nixon chose as his running mate Spiro Agnew, Republican governor of Maryland, who had relatively little experience but was known as a dirty, hard-hitting campaigner.
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