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.
And she also vowed to work on her temper, after several feisty run-ins with the match referee.
How should I handle these embarrassing run-ins?--Brett, Gaithersburg, Maryland
He has had run-ins with the 56 Nationalist MPs over applauding speeches.
Legal run-ins Police have yet to find a motive behind the murder.
Pearson said in the wake of the incident: "I have had run-ins with fans in the past and in the heat of the moment these things happen and there won't be any apology."
According to E!Online, Kunis thanked her co-star for "literally" saving her life during unfortunate run-ins with the camera while shooting the movie.
Baldwin has had run-ins with photographers and said in an article for New York magazine that he despises the media and intends to reclaim his privacy.
He has had subsequent run-ins with the law since then, for assault and traffic accidents.
With no regard to working life, he has constant run-ins with the law.
Used cars bought from an independent dealer remains the largest headache for consumers as more than 45,000 people complained about their run-ins with dodgy dealers - 76% of which were about faulty motors.
| 6 Which shady dealer had frequent run-ins with DS Chisholm, Sgt Rycott and DC Jones?
He and the secret service agency have had several run-ins since the Dutch Caribbean island obtained greater autonomy in 2010 following the breakup of the Netherlands Antilles.