I had my own run-in with these Taliban guys in Maiduguri two years ago.
Evi filmed her run-in at the union offices with her ever-present handheld camera.
His only run-in with the law has been for possession of hashish on the beach near his hometown Bari.
Reyes later laughed it off as a “run-in” over what to watch on TV that night.
Wilkinson says the gel combats the “I had a run-in with a can of paint” defense.
He had one stormy "run-in," as he described it, with Mr. Landover and his group of satellites.
It does come to an end at last, however, and at last also we do get our "run-in," such as it is.
He had visited the neighborhood for a special purpose, and his run-in with the three rowdies had only been a side diversion.
Take it from me, he wasn't the kind you want to have a run-in with—any time.
"Oughter be run-in 'isself," agreed a pallid woman with a shawl over her head.
A quarrel; an unpleasant confrontation: Sorry we had the run-in (1905+)