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running shoes, sneakers
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Ships which risk every impediment as to privateers or blockade, to get a profitable market.
Plural form of runner.
The runners lined up at the starting point for the marathon. The shop stocked a variety of table runners and bed runners.
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The numerical value of runners in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of runners in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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I do think there is some cause for concern if you are someone like Walker or Bush, both are well known, and have been labeled front-runners in the race prior to the debate.
For some people, such as marathon runners, skiers and those in the military...[vitamin C] does seem to help reduce the chances of getting a cold.
Things you were able to make money on aren't available anymore, they don't have the same unions. There aren't the same card games and runners. Neighborhoods have dried up with a lot of the Italian dominance we once had.
I thought we could have broke 38( seconds) if we did not have that headwind, we wanted to play it safe on that backstretch from second to third( runners) because of the wind.
I spoke to our North Korean partners this morning who said they were in discussions with the marathon committee about reopening the event to foreign runners, it looks likely we'll be able to have our groups join the race as planned. We're still awaiting full confirmation, which should come in a couple of days.
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