15 : to migrate or move in schools <The salmon are running
early this year.>
Urban Meyer, head coach at Florida, and Tony DeMeo, head coach at Charleston, have made both version popular by running
There have also been major advances in technology and design for bicycles, running
shoes, and clothing marketed for the sport.
Light exertion allows you to carry on a conversation while running
at a very comfortable and slow tempo that feels "held back." That is, you consciously prevent yourself from moving at a faster pace.
If you've got a lot of turnover, you'll never keep a nine-layer line running
We run out of dough when we run through our inheritance and start running
Finally, Nader said he was running
, back then, because the differences between the two parties were negligible on most issues.
6503(a)(1), the running
of the assessment statute of limitations (SOL) is suspended during this period.
They're even certified by Microsoft for running
groups prove motivational and helpful for many students.
Rendering them human-readable generally requires running
programs on computers, especially for those inherently digital artifacts that use complex, executable formats.
Keep the calender running
- stops cause the rolls to become egg shaped and introduce significant gauge thickness variation.