We all said the duke was pretty smart, and there couldn't be no trouble about running
The man was running away with the rest, and selling his papers for a shilling each as he ran--a grotesque mingling of profit and panic.
He heard footsteps running to and fro in the rooms, and up and down stairs behind him.
11 : to do something by or as if by running
game was supposed to be more consistent, even without Maurice Drew in the backfield, and perhaps in the long run it will be.
If the defender's shoulders are square to the LOS and he is "feathering"--trying to defend both the QB and the running
back--the QB should turn up underneath the read man and get what yardage he can.
On any given run, it's important to learn to read your body for cues that you are running
too hard, too easy, or just right.
He has also spent many years working a few days a week in his local running
shoe store, where it seems that in the course of fitting and advising customers he has come across nearly as many public misconceptions about running
shoes as he has feet.
6213(f), the running
of the 90-day period for filing a Tax Court petition is suspended while the automatic stay prevents the filing, and for 60 days thereafter.
Marine Corps at Quantico, Virginia, designed a running
course for its trainees.
Two alternative approaches to running
emulators on computers in the far future
This rapper, rebel, reverend and father of five has gone through both the hit-making hype and depressing hypocrisy of hip hop music--and he's still running
You might assume the high-powered executive is running
off to an important business meeting.
01 or higher running
under DOS (required); supports laser printing.
DENVER -- The new 2006 world-class Denver Marathon(TM) is honored to welcome world-renowned elite running
athletes including local phenomenon Alan Culpepper to run the Denver Half-Marathon scheduled for Sunday, October 15, 2006.