American run

American run

[ə′mer·ə·kən ′rən]
(textiles)
A system of numbering woolen yarns of 100 yards each in 1 ounce; thus if 1400 yards weigh 1 ounce, it would be a 14-run yarn.
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All of this year's 11 PGA Tour events have been won by American players - the longest unbroken American run since 1991.
The infamous Great American Run road rally is scheduled to set the USA ablaze when it departs Los Angeles, California on September 7, 2008.
The 2007 Great American Run was a huge success with over 140 cars of all makes and models participating.
The 2008 Great American Run route will be kept strictly confidential by the event organizers, however based upon previous Runs it's guaranteed to be challenging, exhausting and downright whacky.
The Great American Run is not about what you drive, it's about how you drive and your individual approach to life and the risks you're prepared to take.
The Great American Run has got guts, glamour and a real "go factor.
The Great American Run, produced by Cannonball Run World Events will unite car enthusiasts and racing fanatics from around the world in the largest moving car event across North America.
The Great American Run will be the largest of its kind.
Unlike the original Cannonball Run events, the organization of this Great American Run makes it logistically more feasible for the average driving enthusiast to participate.
com), an American run Electronic Manufacturing Service (EMS) provider in China, today announced that the company has been certified as meeting China Compulsory Certification standards.
an American run Electronic Manufacturing Service (EMS) provider in China, today announced an agreement to provide manufacturing services to Datastrip Group Inc.
Shera is an American run EMS (Electronic Manufacturing Service) provider located in the heart of China's Shanghai-Suzhou high-tech corridor.

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