Could you explain word-usage of 'run me out'. I think it means the same as 'You can't just run out on her.' What verbs work in the same ways? I mean - Are there some general rules in gramma about that.
I toId you nobody runs me out.
I see that below the meaning of 'run him out' has opposite meaning.
In the oId days, before Mackenna ran him out of the territory...
From 'Mackenna's Gold' film.