Runaway


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Runaway

1. A slang term for high inflation that proves difficult to control.

2. See: Runaway gap.
References in classic literature ?
Here I sat, inside my first ship, a smuggler, accepted as a comrade by a harpooner and a runaway English sailor who said his name was Scotty.
I could whip any runaway sailor seventeen years old.
The seventh man of the last batch of runaways had been caught and was even then at the gate.
Four months after an out-of-control runaway truck slammed into stopped traffic near Lakewood, Colorado and killed four people, a trucking software supplier is adding in-cab mountain corridor safety alerts.
MANCHESTER'S very own Runaway Brewery will be joining forces with Honest Burgers at its new Manchester restaurant, taking over the top floor and roof terrace.
WASHINGTON must find a better way to help runaway foster kids than putting them in jail.
Summary: New Delhi (India), Feb 22 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Friday issued notices to Centre, Delhi Police and the Delhi government on a plea by Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) for protection of runaway couples who come to the national capital from different states.
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), along with Senators Patty Murray (D-WA), Pat Roberts (R-KS) and Jack Reed (D-RI), introduced a bipartisan resolution to recognize November as National Runaway Prevention Month.
A runaway star moves significantly faster than other stars from its birthplace.
"The Runaway Chicken" is a peppy new title from the Makers Make It Work series, which feature easy-to-read stories with plenty of opportunity for problem solving and hands on action.
RAWALPINDI:Child Protection and Welfare Bureau (CPWB) under a grand operation launched in November has taken into custody 76 children found begging on city roads, lost and runaway children.