on the run

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on the run

[′ȯnthə ′rən]
(mining engineering)
Manner of working a seam of coal when there is sufficient inclination to cause the coal, as worked toward the rise, to fall by gravity to the gangways for loading into cars.
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On-the-run for an assault in December 2018, Francis shamelessly added: "I can run like him, too."
On-the-run prisoner Clayton Hibbs, played by Callum Harrison, 20, grabs Shona and takes her hostage in a bid to avoid recapture.
The on-the-run teen was finally arrested and appeared back at Warwick Crown Court on January 3 where part of his suspended sentence was activated and is now serving five months in prison.
Mike Reynolds, vice president of credit risk transfer at Freddie Mac, said, "In a challenging environment, our final on-the-run STACR SPI transaction drew 17 unique investors.
BY SARAH SCOTT ON-THE-RUN killer Samuel McKinley was caught yesterday.
Financial daily Wall Street Journal (WSJ) defended today its coverage of on-the-run broker Low Taek Jho and 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB), following accusation that it was aimed at promoting its own book on the topic.
Thomson has been on-the-run from the Johnstone area SINCEWEDNESDAY.
Building on our success in on-the-run Treasuries our network of participants can now access off-the-run liquidity from three of the largest banks in the world and be confident they are executing in a fair and efficient relationship-based electronic trading environment.
The court issued orders to DG Rangers, Muhammad Saeed, to present MQM leaders Farooq Sattar, Amir Khan, and other on-the-run accused in the incendiary speech case that involved attacking media houses in Karachi.
AN on-the-run prisoner who was captured after a police chase told a judge he was "disgusted" he couldn't be sentenced yesterday.
AN ON-the-run prisoner who was jailed for slashing his sister across the face with a kitchen knife has been found.
From on-the-run Robert Gerrard and Michael Moogan to the infamous gunpoint arrest of James 'Pancake' Taylor by Dutch SWAT teams in 2013, the small country has been a haven for the region's fugitives.