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Because neither candidate garnered more than 50% of the vote, a runoff was initially scheduled for November 7.
After construction is finished, developers are required to put in things that improve the quality of water runoff, such as rain gardens or even bio-swales.
The first two ponds treat runoff and capture any sediment from the planting areas, the third pond includes the pump house and is the main source for irrigating and the four pond acts as an emergency reservoir during times of drought.
Strange then lost to Moore in the GOP runoff, who ultimately lost to Doug Jones.
If no one gets 50 percent of the vote, there'll be runoff elections on March 13.
Opinion polls show Zeman will probably garner the most votes in the first round but too few to avoid a Jan. 26-27 runoff with one of his eight challengers.
That means the relatively small Republican voter pool will be split three ways in the June primary, decreasing GOP chances of having someone in the runoff.
The torrent of mud and deadly runoff of debris caused by pounding overnight rains trapped victims in their homes, just one month following the fast-spreading wildfire that raged in the same Southern California region.
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Examples of run off in a Sentence
the dog often ran off cats and other animals that had intruded upon his owner's property
their rebellious daughter's run off because she was disciplined again
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After eight lead changes in the first half, the Cowgirls ran off seven consecutive points to head to intermission leading 31-23.
During the course of the run off of those claims, HPIX’s assets fell $9.1 million below what is needed to satisfy claims, according to a petition for liquidation filed in Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court in December.
The gunman ran off on East 188th Street and has not been identified, police said.
Grossinger’s was the first and last time that Sawyer ever ran off the stage.
For all of my Steep & Deep camps, this run was in Cheyenne Bowl, an area of ungroomed, black-diamond runs off the Sublette lift.
Earlier this month, the Associated Press reported that staff at the hotel ran off a team of Marriott executives invited to visit the property as part of the owners' search for a company to take over the hotel's operation from Trump.
Upon realizing that the body on the steps of Casa Casuarina is Gianni Versace, an enterprising man runs off to get a camera and snaps a photo of Versace being rolled into an ambulance.
After a timeout, the Eagles inbounded the ball and ran off the final three seconds, giving their coach some relief.
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run off Synonyms
give one the gate [slang], send packing;
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