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be in line with


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For the women we work with at A Way Out we can be that steadying hand and provide a reassuring presence to run along side, guide and steer a new, safer course.
Dressed in odd outfits ranging from a skeleton suit to a Mad Hatter, Angelina Jolie's kids run along a beach while mum channels her inner Mary Poppins.
RUNNERS braved the blustery and damp spring weather to take part in the inaugural run along Barry Island promenade on Saturday.
Yiorkadjis said that the municipality supports and promotes physical activities in general by sponsoring sports organisations and through infrastructure projects like the pedestrian and bicycle paths that run along Pedieos River and stretch from Lakatamia to the heart of the capital.
Nearly half a million vehicles have run along Danube Bridge 2 connecting Bulgaria's north-western city of Vidin to Romania's Calafat since its launch on June 14, 2013.
Of this, 800MW will be exported to Sicily through a marine cable to run along the TransMed route.
They say it has been replaced by an hourly service of the 778 - yes, this does run along the Henley Road to and from Nuneaton and into the hospital, but not in the evening or on a Sunday.
The Nigel Twiston-Davies-trained Moulin De La Croix and Eastlake (Jonjo O'Neill) look leading rivals to the David Pipe-trained Premier Dane, but the trainers of Life Of A Luso and Run Along Boy gave bullish assessments of their chances yesterday.
Each morning I leave my home in the west end of Colwyn Bay for a run along the promenade.
Now the railway, the inspiration for the children's TV series Ivor the Engine in the 1950s, can run along a line not used since the 1930s.
The youngsters run along rooftops on a council estate and leap between buildings like in the opening scenes of Casino Royale.