Runner

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Runner

1. See: Book runner.

2. See: Running broker.

3. See: Front runner.
References in classic literature ?
Father's off with the governor in the gig, and the runners in hiding outside are in full cry after them.
Wait till we've searched you; and then we'll talk about that," said the runner.
And I'll get the handcuffs," said the other runner, searching his coat-pockets.
The whistling sound of the runners on the snow and the voices of girls shrieking were heard from different sides.
As they traversed that short distance, not a voice was heard among them; but a slight exclamation proceeded from the younger of the females, as the Indian runner glided by her, unexpectedly, and led the way along the military road in her front.
However, with regard to cold-runner blocks, some of the concepts and discussion will be very applicable to the runners in cold-runner blocks, especially split cold-runner blocks.
Merseyside Woman of the Year 2010: Catherine Hegarty Category winners: Performing Arts: Connie Lush Arts and Culture: Ceri Hand Runner up: Lucy Byrne Lear ning: Catherine Hegarty Runner up: Claire Morgans Entrepreneur: Suzanne Scott Runner up: Natalie Haywood Newcomer: Benna Harry Runner up: Ruth Cowan Community: Samsam Saleh Runner up: Eleanor Lee Women Achieving: Mary Austin Runner up: Nicola Nichols Woman in Public Life: Alison Fos s ulkes Runner up: Flo Clucas Women's Group: The Evergreens Runner up: Eileen Green Woman Achieving in Business: Gemma Hindley Runner up: SCS Kinder Caring: Jill Bennett Runner up: Chris Webster Special Award: Pauline Pendleton Runners up: Denise Devine, Leah Gorry
Three Man Challenge Winners Tables B; runners up Spitfire.
Luce has been blessed with a lot of talent, but his runners respond well to his laid-back demeanor.
Builds molds with automatic unscrewing, cam action, hot runners, and insulated hot probes.
Still, most firms tend to run as close to the limits on pattern or mold space as possible, which has reinforced the use of tall, narrow runners out of convenience.
Thirdly, often Langer has simply found that steering runners toward one shoe or another is difficult because of the "singular experience we all have with each shoe.