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run·off

(rŭn'awf),
Delayed part of the angiographic examination of a vascular bed, to show small artery patency.
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That required significant changes in the Texas election calendar, because neither the primary nor runoff elections were compliant.
The Secretary of State's office became aware of the possible violation before the runoff and tried to address it, he said.
The late runoff date rewards the candidate with the greatest intensity of support.
Of more than 200 runoff campaigns he's been involved with during his career, Bryan Eppstein, a political consultant currently working on the runoff campaign for Rep.
Jackson, and his teammate/employer, Dave Humphrey, gave their BM&M Screening Solutions/Specialty Engineering Nissan 240SXs a one-two sweep of the GT3 class in their first trip to the Runoffs.
All four runoff candidates said they have canvassed as much of the nation's largest community college district as they could since the April primary contest.
Last year, Hansen finished second in the GT3 class, and won the most-prestigious award available at the Runoffs, the President's Cup, awarded by the event's Stewards of the Meeting to a driver who best demonstrates ability, competitiveness and success.
Holden was only narrowly forced into the runoff - he was only about 100 votes short of being re-elected outright in the primary.
Now, he is pushing Genethia Hayes of the Southern Christian Leadership conference over incumbent Barbara Boudreaux in a runoff.
In San Francisco last fall, for instance, the runoff election pitted Democrat Gavin Newsom against the Greens' Matt Gonzalez.
There were 47 circuit court races on the ballot, and 24 of them wound up as runoffs for the November ballot.
Election turnout surged the last time Texas votes really mattered in a presidential primary, but the 2008 runoffs a month later were marked by a full relapse of electoral anemia.