I ran into an old high school friend last weekend and we went into an antique shop to chat. While I was there, I ran across some old Jazz records. You remember records, right? I guess we spent too much time there without buying anything, because the owner of the shop told us to run along! It was ok…I was running behind and needed to run back to the office. Let’s study together
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- I’m sorry, but I have a meeting now, so you’ll have to run along. We can talk later.
- Run along! I just started cooking dinner.
- I ran across an interesting news article today.
- Jack ran across his high school yearbook when he was cleaning out the closet.
- While I was walking in the park, I ran into my old high school friend, Sarah.
- Last week, I ran into my cousin at the shopping mall. I haven’t seen him in ages.
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