off-the-run issue

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Off-the-Run Issue

A security for which a dealer does not provide bids and asks. See also: Run.

off-the-run issue

A security issue that is not included in a dealer's list of offerings. Compare run.
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Some power hitting from Marlon Samuels (48) and Kieron Pollard (28) had put West Indies on course to pull off the run chase, having recovered from being 87 for three at one point.
Now Brian Cox and Dara O'Briain are back for more over the next three nights, and kick off the run by meeting Captain Eugene Cernan, who was the last man to walk on the moon.
I have really noticed the difference in the fire service in the past few years, no doubt you remember all the shift changes that they brought into place last year, with some of the fire appliances being taken off the run at midnight and not back on the run until 0800 hours.
The taxpayers before September had 62 fire trucks 24/7, now we have 13 planned trucks off the run at night and 10 to 20 unplanned trucks off the run all through the night and day - and for this we are having to pay more council tax.
"The record so far is 29 off the run since September 9 when the shift changes came in.
In reply, Ireland were always off the run rate after two early strikes from fast bowler Shane Bond, but it was spinner Daniel Vettori who finished as New Zealand's top wicket-taker with 4-23.
``There were 17 appliances off the run today, and there are between 15-20 off the run every Monday-Friday between 9 am and 5pm.'' Yet the Government was proposing to cut the numbers of firefighters by 2pc each year for four years under a modernisation agenda, he said.
A spokesman for the service, who said the cause of the blaze was not being treated as suspicious, said the brigades control room had been informed that the Shipston crew had booked "off the run" but the control room was unaware why they had done so.
The Sudan Airways plane skidded off the run way at Khartoum International Airport and hit navigation poles, sparking a fire on the right side of the aircraft on Tuesday.
However, the Kolkata Knight Riders knocked off the runs with two balls to spare.
Then Kieran Howells blasted 79 not out off just 41 balls to help Gorseinon knock off the runs with ease and preserve their unbeaten league record.
It took just 13.2 overs to knock off the runs, with the loss of two wickets after openers Chris Batchelor and David Grainge, putting on 40 for the first wicket, in their total of 56-2.