port running

port running

n.
The practice of openly evading a customs inspection at a port of entry by refusing to stop one's vehicle when requested.

port runner n.
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The five-mile race in Capenhurst, hosted by Ellesmere Port Running Club, attracted a record 367 finishers.
But to keep the port running required workers getting to the places they were needed, and that required the Ovee.
Our members have kept this port running in difficult and dangerous conditions over the past couple of years, and it borders on the obscene that one man is singled out and rewarded in this manner,'' said Carr.
Other highlights were First Lieutenant and Burton Port running such good races in the RSA Chase and Gold Cup and I thought Colman Sweeney gave Salsify the most brilliant ride to win the Foxhunter Chase.
Crowe, representing Ellesmere Port Running Club, was crowned champion after clocking a winning time of 15 minutes 48 seconds.
To use the USB adapter (included in the box), a PC with a USB port running Windows 98 is required.
Burney was second in 41:23, with Ellesmere Port Running Club's Rob Grantham taking third in 43:20.
Nicola Bird, of Ellesmere Port Running Club, won the ladies race title after clocking 37:41 for 30th position overall.
All new products are compatible with any laptop or desktop computer with a USB port running Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP and MAC OS or higher.
The ALM's architecture features a dedicated high-speed processor on each port running the Linux operating system.
Steve Crowe, of Ellesmere Port Running Club, achieved an impressive run of 33:55 for eighth position, ahead of club mate Stephen Laker (19th in 35:54).
The Agilent InfiniBand new product family includes a second-generation 12x/4x InfiniBand switch chip with each 4x port running at 10 Gb/s and each 12x port running at 30 Gb/s.