run around


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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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a tea "If I keep a cleansheet I'm willing to run around the town naked!
WOMEN Running Penarth held their annual "All Soles" Fun Run around Cosmeston Lakes on Sunday, October 20.
Summary: Australian police are given the run around by a kangaroo in Melbourne.
A few months ago the radio presenter said he would run around Molineux ground naked if Stale Solbakken became manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
You get to hit a ball, throw a ball and run around."
Fresh from his success at the Toronto Marathon, the oldest marathon runner was in Dubai for a run around the city's landmarks.
"But it was good to see him run around. It was good to see a lot of guys run around today.
SHE has run around the world, ridden a horse more than 3,000 miles through Chile and has also run across the Sahara Desert, Iceland, Nepal, Kosovo and Cuba.
A leading trade union warned London's mayor yesterday that there are "huge difficulties" to overcome ifTube trains are to run around the clock during the 2012 Olympics.
He is now waiting for the London-based certifying body to declare his feat a world record for longest solo run around the US perimeter.