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  • Beauty contest ( a political contest in which the result is infuenced by personality and image more than by policy )
  • Beauty parade ( a political contest in which the result is infuenced by personality and image more than by policy )
  • Beltway bandit
  • Black flagged
  • Blistering speed
  • Blown off course
  • Boat race ( Cockney rhyming slang for face )
  • Bold move
  • Born To Run ( Bruce Springsteen song )
  • Breakneck speed
  • British racing green
  • Built for comfort not speed
  • Built for speed
  • Bum's rush
  • Bun run
  • Business is beautiful ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • Business is like a car, it will not run by itself except downhill
  • Bust a move ( dance in a stylish way )
  • But of course
  • Career limiting move
  • Chart a course
  • Chase it up
  • Chase the dragon
  • Chase your own tail
  • Computers help people help people ( IBM advertising slogan )
  • Connecting people ( Nokia advertising slogan )
  • Correspondence course
  • Course you can, Malcolm ( Vick's Sinex Nasal Spray advertising slogan )
  • Crash and dash
  • Crash course
  • Cut a dash
  • Cut and run ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cut throat competition
  • Cut to the chase ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Darby and Joan ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dash to pieces ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dead heat
  • Did the earth move for you
  • Don't just stand there, do something ( A catchphrase from Wacky Races )
  • Don't try to run before you can walk
  • Don't you people have homes to go to?
  • Dry run
  • Each way bet
  • Eat and run
  • Egg and spoon race
  • Eye up the competition
  • Face the competition
  • Faith will move mountains
  • First past the post
  • Fools rush in where angels fear to tread
  • Forward with the People ( Daily Mirror advertising slogan )
  • Games people play
  • Genius bonus ( a joke or theme added to a programme aimed at well informed people )
  • Gentlemen, start your engines
  • Get a move on
  • Get up to speed
  • Go and chase yourself
  • God speed
  • God's speed
  • Going going gone ( A baseball expression by which an announcer describes a home run that is heading over the fence )
  • Had a good run
  • Half the fun is getting there ( Olympic Airways advertising slogan )
  • Hell is other people ( Jean-Paul Sartre quotation )
  • High occupancy vehicle lane ( a traffic lane reserved for vehicles carrying several people )
  • High speed gas ( Gas Council advertising slogan )
  • Hit and run
  • Hold with the hare and run with the hounds
  • Home run
  • How To Win Friends And Influence People ( Dale Carnegie book )
  • How do you spell soap? Why P-E-A-R-S, of course ( Pears' Soap advertising slogan )
  • How does it feel to be one of the beautiful people? ( Beatles song lyric )
  • How does the wireless industry make you feel? ( Sprint PCS advertising slogan )
  • Hurry along
  • Hurry hard
  • Hurry off with
  • Hurry on down to Hardee's ( Rolaids advertising slogan )
  • Hurry up
  • Hurry up and wait
  • I Like To Move It ( Reel 2 Reel song )
  • I see dead people ( The Sixth Sense )
  • I'm good enough, I'm smart enough, and doggone it, people like me! ( A catchphrase from Stuart Smiley In Saturday Night Live )
  • If enough people would stop smoking and start drinking, we could get out of ashtrays and into vermouth ( Cinzano advertising slogan )
  • In due course
  • In the lap of the gods
  • In the long run
  • In the short run
  • It Takes People Like You To Make People Like Me ( Buck Owens song )
  • It's all about you ( People Telecom advertising slogan )
  • Join the Pepsi People ( Pepsi advertising slogan )
  • Lap it up
  • Lap of honour
  • Lap of luxury
  • Lap up
  • Last one there is a rotten egg
  • Let nature take its course
  • Let your imagination run riot
  • Local derby
  • Make a move on
  • Make your move
  • Matter of course
  • Melting pot
  • Mixed marriage
  • More haste, less speed
  • Move It On Over ( Hank Williams song )
  • Move On Up a Little Higher ( Mahalia Jackson song )
  • Move heaven and earth
  • Move in the best circles
  • Move over
  • Move right along
  • Move with the times
  • Moving at the speed of business ( UPS advertising slogan )
  • Neck and neck
  • No contest
  • No rush
  • Not a lot of people know that ( A catchphrase from Michael Caine )
  • Now, that's better ( Sprint PCS advertising slogan )
  • Of the people, for the people, by the people
  • Off course
  • Oh, the humanity
  • On a collision course
  • On the flat
  • On the move
  • On the run
  • On your mark, get set, go
  • One sprint many solutions ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • Par for the course
  • People carrier ( a car with several passenger seats )
  • People in here are trying to sleep
  • People mover ( a car with several passenger seats )
  • People of colour
  • People person
  • People power
  • People smuggler ( someone involved in smuggling immigrants between countries, often illegally )
  • People watching
  • People who like people like Dial ( Dial Soap advertising slogan )
  • People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones
  • People's republic ( a communist state )
  • Pipped at the post
  • Piss like a race horse
  • Pissing contest
  • Places to go, people to see, things to do
  • Play the race card
  • Pleasing people the world over ( Holiday Inn advertising slogan )
  • Point to point
  • Power to the people
  • Pumped Up Kicks ( Foster the People song )
  • Race against the clock
  • Race against time
  • Race for the taste, the honey sweet taste!, the honey-nutty taste of Honey Nut Cheerios ( Cheerios Cereals advertising slogan )
  • Race proven performance ( Kumho Tires advertising slogan )
  • Race to the bottom
  • Rat race
  • Ready set go
  • Ready steady go
  • Ready, get set, go
  • Real food for real people ( The beef industry advertising slogan )
  • Romp home
  • Rubber cheque ( a cheque that is returned ( bounced ) due to insufficient funds )
  • Rubber is racing
  • Run For Your Life ( The Beatles song )
  • Run Forrest, Run! ( line from the movie Forrest Gump )
  • Run a fever
  • Run a tight ship
  • Run along
  • Run amuck
  • Run for cover
  • Run for the border ( Taco advertising slogan )
  • Run for the hills
  • Run for your life
  • Run for your money
  • Run it up the flagpole and see who salutes
  • Run its course
  • Run like the wind
  • Run of the Millsap ( Nickname of Paul Millsap )
  • Run of the mill
  • Run off at the mouth
  • Run off your feet
  • Run out of gas
  • Run out of steam
  • Run out of town on a rail
  • Run rabbit, run rabbit, run run run
  • Run rings around
  • Run the gauntlet
  • Run the plates
  • Run the risk
  • Run to fat
  • Run to ground
  • Run to seed
  • Run toward the sound of gunfire
  • Run with the ball
  • Run with the hare and hunt with the hounds
  • Run yourself ragged
  • Rush job
  • Rush of blood
  • Rush the growler
  • Rush to judgement
  • Sack race
  • See how they run like pigs from a gun ( The Beatles song lyric )
  • Smooth move
  • Speed dating
  • Speed demon
  • Speed freak
  • Speed it up
  • Speed kills
  • Speed merchant
  • Stay on course
  • Stay the course
  • Stiff competition
  • Still waters run deep
  • Suck it up ( accept a bad situation and move on )
  • Sue grabbit and run
  • Sugar rush
  • Take the chequered flag
  • Take the money and run
  • The Amazing Race ( US TV show )
  • The Birth of a Nation ( D W Griffith / Lillian Gish movie )
  • The Gold Rush ( Charlie Chaplin movie )
  • The Master Race
  • The Olympic ideal
  • The People's Champ ( Nickname of Freddie Mitchell )
  • The People's Cherce ( Nickname of Dixie Walker )
  • The People's Princess ( Nickname of Diana Princess of Wales )
  • The People's Republic Of Berkeley ( Nickname of Berkeley California )
  • The People's Republic Of Cambridge ( Nickname of Cambridge Massachusetts )
  • The People's Republic of South Yorkshire ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The course of true love never did run smooth
  • The finishing line
  • The human race
  • The last lap
  • The little people
  • The need for speed
  • The people's choice ( a person or thing chosen by public acclamation )
  • The point of contact ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • The race is not to the swift, nor the battle to the strong ( quotation from the Bible - Ecclesiastes
  • The station of the nation ( Radio Caroline advertising slogan )
  • The thrill of the chase
  • There goes the neighbourhood
  • This one will run and run
  • Three blind mice, see how they run ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • To call you stupid would be an insult to stupid people! ( line from the movie A Fish Called Wanda )
  • To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all ( Oscar Wilde quotation )
  • Too good to hurry mints ( Murray Mints advertising slogan )
  • Top breeders recommend it ( Pedigree Chum Dog food advertising slogan )
  • Top people take the Times ( The Times advertising slogan )
  • Under starter's orders
  • Up to speed
  • Victory won't wait for the nation that's late ( Big Ben Clocks advertising slogan )
  • Warp speed ( A catchphrase from Star Trek )
  • We make things that bring people closer ( Western Electrics advertising slogan )
  • We really move our tail for you ( Continental Airlines advertising slogan )
  • We the people
  • When E F Hutton talks, people listen ( EF Hutton advertising slogan )
  • Where rocking horse people eat marshmallow pies ( Beatles song lyric )
  • Wherever particular people congregate ( Pall Mall Cigarettes advertising slogan )
  • Who are the people in your neighborhood?
  • Wild goose chase
  • Win by a head
  • Win by a neck
  • Win by a nose
  • Win friends and influence people
  • Y.M.C.A. ( Village People song )
  • Yes you can ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • You Can't Hurry Love ( The Supremes song )
  • You are in a Beauty Contest Every Day of your Life ( Camay Soap advertising slogan )
  • You are now free to move about the country ( Southwest Airlines advertising slogan )
  • You can run but you can't hide
  • You meet the nicest people on a Honda ( Honda advertising slogan )
  • You're Wendy's kind of people ( Wendy Burgers advertising slogan )
  • You, of all people ( exclamation when meeting someone unexpectedly )

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