gt; 2 : to become used up <Supplies were running
The Bruins had difficulty running
the ball in their onefull-blown scrimmage in training camp, but players and coaches quickly wrote that off, saying the defense was too in tune with the offense.
Urban Meyer, head coach at Florida, and Tony DeMeo, head coach at Charleston, have made both version popular by running
Light exertion allows you to carry on a conversation while running
at a very comfortable and slow tempo that feels "held back.
It's also about knowing the shoes, understanding running
injuries and knowing training philosophies," he says.
As in Situation 1, a Tax Court proceeding cannot be commenced while the automatic stay is in effect; the running
of the period for filing a Tax Court petition is suspended during the automatic stay and for 60 days thereafter.
such a demanding course unites the students who help each other through the tough spots.
It does, however, require running
software long after the original hardware on which it ran has become obsolete.
But first, you need a decent pair of running
shoes, which cost $30 to $40.
The consecutive-days running
streak, which began the year he graduated from Burbank High in 1968, is the longest of its kind in the nation, according to U.
The primary emphasis of any running
program, of course, depends upon the specific sport in question.