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2, The south side of town is pretty run down.
3, Don't run down the stairs. Just walk down slowly.
4, This government has systematically run down public services since it took office.
5, If you leave your headlights on you'll soon run down the battery.
6, Tears started to run down her cheeks.
7, His father is terribly run down and is unfit for work right now.
8, Their daughter was run down by a car.
9, The local steelworks is being run down and is likely to close within three years.
10, It's a lovely sunny day; why don't we run down to the coast?
11, The cyclist was run down by a lorry.
12, She felt a tremor run down her back when she saw him.
13, The criminal was eventually run down in the woods near his home.
14, He is quite run down and needs a vacation.
15, Many smaller local hospitals are being run down.
16, All rivers run down to the sea.
17, The old man was run down by a big lorry.
18, My car battery has run down; it needs recharging.
19, After about six hours,[http://sentencedict.com/run down.html] the battery will run down.
20, I felt a sharp pain run down my leg.
21, Let me just run down the list of people who've been invited.
22, The coal industry is being run down.
23, I have run down the word in my dictionary eventually.
24, These batteries can be recharged when they run down.
25, The sound makes small silverfish run down the back of my neck.
26, Brave Sam King saw Scott Long, also six, run down by a van.
27, The battery has run down.
28, The driver chocked up the back wheels so that the car could not run down the slope.
29, I'll lay on a car tomorrow and have you run down to London.
30, I blush, my heart pounds, I control my tears, but I feel warm urine run down my legs.
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