run-in


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a brief, hostile exposure to or contact with something such as danger or opposition

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The long run-in at Cartmel, which has the third-highest percentage of whip offences in Britain
He has had some famous run-ins with other managers down the years," Scholes told Inside United.
JEREMY Clarkson isn't everyone's cup of tea - I've had my own run-ins with him and been on the receiving end of his infamous wrath.
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Model: Stirton's daughter Pamela Gangland grief: Tommy McGovern, right, at his brother Tony's funeral Feud: Russell Stirton has had several run-ins with McGoverns
Despite some past run-ins with animal rights groups over seafood issues, Darden is generally viewed as a leader in environmentally responsible fishing and farming, according to experts.
ALL football journalists have the occasional run-ins with managers, players or other administrators.
The musician/actor has had a recent string of run-ins with the law, including an arrest at Phoenix Sky Harbour Airport earlier this month on outstanding warrants after he failed to appear in court.
These activities expose people to potential run-ins with sharks.
He has several run-ins with Ronnie, not least at the poker table as she tries to win money to pay off Peggy's debts.
That leaves Spurs and Reading, who have decent run-ins but both have to face Blackburn.
Nicholls will team up with Nicki Pedersen, with whom he has had several recent run-ins, for the city club who are aiming to mount a real challenge for honours in 2007.
He would've been better, perhaps, to revisit that stuff after focusing on some of Buzz's movieland adventures, which cover the gamut from run-ins with moguls to fighting for story integrity (and usually losing) to the fear and loathing of the anti-communist witch hunts.
GEORGE MICHAEL, referring to his recent run-ins with the police, in a U.
They toured last fall with Franz Ferdinand, played their own late night after-parties, and eagerly shared stories of celebrity run-ins, surf bullies, and embarrassing first records.