Definitions for "Rundown"
a series of related actions in Scientology which culminate in a specific end result. For example, the Drug Rundown consists of several different auditing processes and actions which, done fully and in sequence, result in the freeing of a person from the mental and spiritual effects of drugs.
a series of steps which are auditing actions and processes designed to handle a specific aspect of a case.
In Scientology, a "Rundown" is the term created by L. Ron Hubbard to apply to a series of Scientology and/or Dianetics procedures designed to address a specific area in depth.
A listing of each component of a program including the nature of segments, their timing, and names of hosts or reporters.
Portion of the cycle before the head of the fastener contacts the surface Screw presenter Automation device to line up and present fasteners to magnetized bit
Reading the lines according to the regular schedule for the day.
A rundown, also called a pickle or a hotbox, is a situation in the game of baseball that occurs when the baserunner is stranded between two bases and is in jeopardy. When the baserunner attempts to advance to the next base, he is cut off by the defensive player who has a live ball and attempts to return to his previous base before being tagged out. As he is doing this, the defenseman throws the ball past the baserunner to the previous base, forcing him to reverse directions again.
A summary of the amount and prices of a serial bond issue that is still available for purchase.
a concluding summary (as in presenting a case before a law court)
Keywords:  exercise, training
a training exercise