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  • 'Allo 'Allo! ( BBC comedy television series )
  • 3 6 3 Rule
  • A Man For All Seasons ( Paul Schofield / Robert Bolt movie )
  • A New Hope ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • A River Runs Through It ( Brad Pitt movie )
  • A move in the right direction
  • Absolutely Fabulous ( BBC comedy television series )
  • After The Gold Rush ( Neil Young song )
  • Also ran
  • Are You Being Served? ( BBC comedy television series )
  • As fast as his legs could carry him
  • At breakneck speed
  • At lightning speed
  • Attack of the Clones ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • Bail jumper
  • Bam and scram
  • Beat the rush
  • Beep beep ( A catchphrase from Road Runner )
  • Bernie, the bolt ( A catchphrase from The Golden Shot )
  • Beyond Our Ken ( BBC comedy radio series ) ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Birds of a Feather ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Blade Runner ( Harrison Ford / Ridley Scott movie )
  • Blistering speed
  • Boat race ( Cockney rhyming slang for face )
  • Bold move
  • Bolt down
  • Bolt from the blue ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Bolt hole
  • Bolt upright
  • Born To Run ( Bruce Springsteen song )
  • Breakneck speed
  • 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 )
  • Career limiting move
  • Chase it up
  • Chase the dragon
  • Chase your own tail
  • Citizen Smith ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Climb the corporate ladder
  • Come Running ( Van Morrison song )
  • Come running
  • Crash and dash
  • Cut a dash
  • Cut and run ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Cut to the chase ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Dad's Army ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Dash to pieces ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Desperate Housewives ( 2004 comedy drama television series )
  • Did the earth move for you
  • Don't try to run before you can walk
  • Done a runner ( the meaning and origin of this phrase.. )
  • Drop the Dead Donkey ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Dry run
  • Eat and run
  • Egg and spoon race
  • Escape your memory
  • Faith will move mountains
  • Fast as his legs could carry him
  • Father Ted ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Faulty Towers ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Fleet footed
  • Fleet of foot
  • Fool's errand
  • Fools rush in where angels fear to tread
  • Front runner
  • 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 )
  • Golden rule
  • Had a good run
  • Half the fun is getting there ( Olympic Airways advertising slogan )
  • Hancock's Half Hour ( BBC comedy radio and television series )
  • Hasten away
  • Have gun, will travel ( A catchphrase from TV series )
  • He who fights and runs away, may live to fight another day
  • Hickory dickory dock the mouse ran up the clock ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • High speed gas ( Gas Council advertising slogan )
  • Hit and run
  • Hit the ground running
  • Hold with the hare and run with the hounds
  • Home rule
  • Home run
  • Hot to trot
  • 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 )
  • In the long run
  • In the running
  • In the short run
  • It Ain't Half Hot Mum ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Jog someone's elbow
  • Jog your memory
  • Leg it
  • Let off the leash
  • Let your imagination run riot
  • Like a bolt from the blue
  • Little thieves are hanged, but great ones escape
  • Make a bolt for the door
  • Make a move on
  • Make good your escape
  • Make your move
  • Men Behaving Badly ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Mission Impossible ( Tom Cruise movie and television series title )
  • Mob rule
  • 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 )
  • My blood ran cold
  • My cup runneth over
  • Narrow escape
  • No rush
  • Nothing runs like a Deere ( John Deere Tractors advertising slogan )
  • Now, that's better ( Sprint PCS advertising slogan )
  • On the Buses ( BBC comedy television series )
  • On the move
  • On the run
  • On your mark, get set, go
  • One Foot In The Grave ( BBC comedy television series )
  • One sprint many solutions ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • Open All Hours ( Ronnie Barker television comedy series )
  • Out of breath
  • Out of the running
  • Phoenix Nights ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Piss like a race horse
  • Play the race card
  • Pounding the pavement
  • 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
  • Raise dust
  • Rat race
  • Ready set go
  • Ready steady go
  • Red Dwarf ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Return of the Jedi ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • Revenge of the Sith ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • Rule Britannia
  • Rule of thumb
  • Rule out
  • Rule the roost
  • Rule with a rod of iron
  • Rule with an iron fist
  • 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
  • Running Up that Hill - A Deal with God ( Kate Bush song )
  • Running a fever
  • Running a temperature
  • Running battle
  • Running gag
  • Running late
  • Running like clockwork
  • Running on empty
  • Running rampant
  • Running repairs
  • Running scared
  • Running wild
  • Running with sweat
  • Runs in the family
  • Rush job
  • Rush of blood
  • Rush the growler
  • Rush to judgement
  • Sack race
  • See how it runs! ( Cerebos salt advertising slogan )
  • See how they run like pigs from a gun ( The Beatles song lyric )
  • Shot while trying to escape
  • Show a clean pair of heels
  • Smooth move
  • Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep
  • Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Speed dating
  • Speed demon
  • Speed freak
  • Speed it up
  • Speed kills
  • Speed merchant
  • Star Wars ( Harrison Ford / George Lucas movie series )
  • Steptoe and Son ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Still waters run deep
  • Suck it up ( accept a bad situation and move on )
  • Sue grabbit and run
  • Sugar rush
  • Suicide is painless ( title of the theme song to MASH tv series and film )
  • Take a running jump
  • Take flight
  • Take fright
  • Take the money and run
  • Take your heels
  • The Amazing Race ( US TV show )
  • The Army Game ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Brittas Empire ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Clone Wars ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • The Empire Strikes Back ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • The Famous Five ( characters in Enid Blyton's series of children's book )
  • The Gold Rush ( Charlie Chaplin movie )
  • The Great Escape ( Steve McQueen movie )
  • The League of Gentlemen ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Likely Lads ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Liver Birds ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Master Race
  • The New Statesman ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Olympic ideal
  • The Only Way Is Essex ( British reality television series )
  • The Phantom Menace ( George Lucas movie in the Star Wars series )
  • The Rag Trade ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Royle Family ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Vicar of Dibley ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The Young Ones ( BBC comedy television series )
  • The course of true love never did run smooth
  • The dish ran away with the spoon ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • The exception which proves the rule
  • The human race
  • The inmates are running the asylum
  • The need for speed
  • 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 thrill of the chase
  • There's an exception to every rule
  • This one will run and run
  • Three blind mice, see how they run ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Till Death Us Do Part ( BBC comedy television series )
  • To the Manor Born ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Tom Tom the pipers son stole a pig and away he ran ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Too good to hurry mints ( Murray Mints advertising slogan )
  • Up Pompeii ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Up and running
  • Up to speed
  • Warp speed ( A catchphrase from Star Trek )
  • Waterloo, couldn't escape if I wanted to ( ABBA lyric )
  • We really move our tail for you ( Continental Airlines advertising slogan )
  • Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town, upstairs and downstairs in his nightgown ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Wild goose chase
  • Work to rule
  • World Series
  • Yes Minister ( BBC comedy television series )
  • Yes you can ( Sprint advertising slogan )
  • You Can't Hurry Love ( The Supremes song )
  • You are now free to move about the country ( Southwest Airlines advertising slogan )
  • You can run but you can't hide

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