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n. slang for marijuana, an illegal narcotic.

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As long as inclement weather exists, so will the pothole.
Specifically, increased effectiveness and better productivity during pothole repair and enhanced longevity of potholes use are required.
As a motorhome owner, potholes are particularly problematic as they can cause issues with your suspension, tyres and tracking.
A DEEP PROBLEM Solihull: PS337,799 Potential number of potholes xed: 6,000 Walsall: PS448,614 Potential number of potholes xed: 8,000 Wolverhampton PS501,599 Potential number of potholes xed: 9,000 Sandwell PS537,587 Potential number of potholes xed: 10,000 Dudley PS567,127 Potential number of potholes xed: 10,000 Coventry PS435,995 Potential number of potholes xed: 8,000 Staordshire PS4,578,155 Potential number of potholes xed: 86,000 Warwickshire PS1,708,201 Potential number of potholes xed: 32,000 Worcestershire PS3,343,338 Potential number of potholes xed: 63,000 A TOTAL of 230,000 potholes across the West Midlands could be lled after the region was handed almost PS12.
Though we welcome any additional funding for pothole repairs, we can't lose sight of the fact that this extra PS328,000 comes at a time when the Government is cutting our overall funding by 56%.
And the more information on where the pothole is the better,'' Mr.
The man, who goes by the alias "Ron Chane," willingly admits that he repairs Jackson's potholes with asphalt, (http://abcnews.
The team will be in Rhoose on June 15 and 16 and will fill potholes reported by residents.
The Government commissioned a Potholes Review in 2011 and allocated an extra PS200 million for local highway authorities, citing a "significant increase in the number of potholes on the already fragile local highway network".
Cllr Michael Priestley, cabinet member for highways at Conwy County Borough Council, said: "We encourage road users to report potholes and other road hazards to the council via our online reporting form or by phone, and we welcome any initiative that supports this.
Only last week an inquest found that a large pothole on a winding road in Co Louth may have been a contributory factor in a traffic accident which claimed the life of 70-year-old Aidan Cunningham,.
The survey also revealed that more than 16% of drivers had damaged their cars by hitting a pothole and that around 8% had had a crash or a near-miss.