TWO of the leading riders at the racecourses with the longest run-ins
yesterday welcomed the rule that will restrict them to five strikes of the whip after the final jump, stating that it will encourage the "art of jockeyship".
The Borklunds have had more than their share of run-ins
with criminals because of their work at a gasoline station.
But his efforts usually involved run-ins
with the disciplinarian prison warden Mr Mackay, and the easily swayed Mr Barrowclough.
His generally nonconformist way of life led to run-ins
with the authorities; he spent time in prison and in psychiatric institutions, and, in the early '70s, abandoned his studio after destroying a number of his own works.
Most of the time, we are oblivious to these mycological run-ins
and suffer no ill effect from them.
Despite occasional run-ins
with state politicians over funding inequities and a lack of community support, Barnes continued to lay the academic success groundwork.
The story follows Tom as he adjusts to life on the streets: eating from dumpsters, sleeping under bridges, run-ins
with gangs, showering at the bus station.
A recent survey of children of offenders by the Corrections Association of New York found that 41 percent of teenagers had been suspended from school and 31 percent had run-ins
with the police.
Along the way, he befriends infamous roughneck John Dillinger, has run-ins
with the KKK and loses a leg.
He really does treat us to accounts of his problems finding decent office space in Manhattan, his run-ins
with copy editors, and his troubles with publicists and how he got back at them.
I wonder how many people listen elsewhere for the fluttering of the Spirit's wings after run-ins
with quality-control officers operating in our churches.
Bassett, who had a number of run-ins
with the front-man last season, added: "Once again Pierre's lack of self control has sur- faced in the form of these comments.