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run around

(1) In desktop publishing, the flowing of text around a graphic image.

(2) Very often what you get when you take your computer to the store with a problem.
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The operation is a cure which will give him the chance to live a normal life without pain and let him run around like a normal Labrador.
That fixture had a number of tricks in its repertoire - it landed upon the stage during the recent single ``The Barry Williams Show,'' so that Gabriel could run around on the top of it, as well, brandishing a camera to underscore the song's message about tabloid TV.
Jennifer Garner plays Sydney Bristow, a pretty girl who gets tarted up so she can run around stylishly and beat up bad guys in skimpy outfits.
She held the torch high, and after handing it off to the next runner, Kaylee, in her excitement, continued to run around the track with the other torch bearers.
Their price-to-earnings ratios run around a conservative 10.
The cost for renovating the homes could run around $15,000 to $20,000 each.
Participants can register for a 5K run, a 1-mile sprint up the library's steep drive or the Family Fun Run around the library itself.
Participants can register for a 5K run, a 1-mile sprint up the library's steep drive or take the Family Fun Run around the library itself.
With a mission in mind, 54 cadets from the sheriff's training academy showed camaraderie and sportsmanship early Monday on a six-mile run around Valencia.
And after Oscar De La Hoya's last fight, I realized that judges aren't looking for you to run around the ring.
With those screens they put up (by the dugout as the result of Mo Vaughn's injury opening day) all my players had to run around it to get me some help,'' Greene said.