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    Post Run Down A List

    "He ran down the list of names."

    Does it mean 1) he mentally review the list, or 2) that he read out loud the names on the list?

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    Re: Run Down A List

    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSkya View Post
    "He ran down the list of names."

    Does it mean 1) he mentally review the list, or 2) that he read out loud the names on the list?
    Yes

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