running time

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Noun1.running time - the length of time that a movie or tv show runsrunning time - the length of time that a movie or tv show runs
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
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Then discussions arise about the advisability of this road or that, what the best stopping-places may be, what running time I may expect to make, where the best trout streams are, and so forth, in which other men join, and which are punctuated with more drinks.
In The Old and New Music Landscape (running time: 39:19), the topic is ways that music has changed substantively in the last several years, as well as the current curation process for a tour like Warped versus past methodologies.
Quieter and lighter than the Dustbuster at 1.5kg, its three hour charging time a bonus, but six minute running time is pathetic.
Five years ago, however, the Festival began using Shakespearean texts commercially available on CD-ROM, making it possible, with the click of a mouse, to know the exact number of words in a text, and thereby to estimate the running time of a show based upon a word count, rather than a line count.
Actual production based on actual running speed at actual running time will differ from any of the capacity measures.
Cert 15 Running time 113mins This dreary drug-rehab drama, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson, is based on an infamous 1990s case of a fabricated memoir.
UGLY DOLLS Cert U Running time 87mins Animated musical adventure based on the toys of the same name, featuring the voices of singers including Kelly Clarkson, Janelle Monae, Gabriel Iglesias and Nick Jonas.