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Run Like The Wind

Run Like The Wind - to run very fast; to move very fast

  • The girls can are very young, but they can run like the wind.
  • The monkey stole my bag, and than ran like the wind.
  • My father can run like the wind.
  • My friend can really run like the wind. She is one of the top runners in our school.
  • The brown horse can really run like the wind.
  • That tiger can run like the wind. I do not want to get near him.

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