Runaway

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Runaway

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

2. See: Runaway gap.
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The seventh man of the last batch of runaways had been caught and was even then at the gate.
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.
'Marvel's Runaways,' described in our review as just "as much 'The Breakfast Club' as it is 'X-Men,'" has been renewed by Hulu for a 10-episode third season.
"Marvel's Runaways" Season 2 has plenty of romance, and one of the burgeoning relationships is between Gregg Sulkin's Chase Stein and Ariela Barer's Gert Yorkes.
"The joint probability is unlikely, so the implication is that runaways are quite common."
Easily appealing to teen and older viewers alike, Marvel's new series 'Runaways' centers on high school students who discover that their parents are evil-while gaining powers and weaponry that they decide to use for good.
Runaways is an action-packed book full of the unexpected.
that is the subject of "White Pennsylvania Runaways, 1773-1775" by Joseph Lee Boyle.
[USA], Jul 5 (ANI): The fastest-moving stars in our galaxy are in fact runaways from a much smaller galaxy in orbit around our own, according to a recent study.
TEHRAN (FNA)- A group of astronomers have shown that the fastest-moving stars in our galaxy - which are travelling so fast that they can escape the Milky Way - are in fact runaways from a much smaller galaxy in orbit around our own.
Seeing funding all but dry up for the program was a bitter turn of events for Looking Glass, which was founded 45 years ago by local volunteers worried about young runaways. Since its founding, the organization has expanded services to include out patient mental health treatment for youth, adults, and families; substance abuse programs for adolescents; a shelter; education and training, and other programs.