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pot

n. slang for marijuana, an illegal narcotic.

See: award, cannabis, stake
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Cyclists can councils if themselves or bikes because "Because of their speed, if there isn't enough space or time to safely move, the cyclist hits the pothole, is flung into the road and hit by oncoming traffic which can kill them.
Fill The H geotag pot tho "Cyclists can report a pothole on a Hole website which geotags and logs every pothole reported so that if an incident occurs, the council can not say they were unaware of the hole.
com said: "It's alarming that pothole related breakdowns have doubled since last week's bad weather.
Pothole repair is government service to citizens literally where the rubber meets the road, Fischer said.
Denbighshire spent PS297,000, and Flintshire council estimates its repairs cost around PS4,000 a week - they had 3,138 potholes reported last year.
He shared dashcam footage online of the moment a learner driver drove through a large pothole which was hidden, as it had filled with rain.
Ashley issued the following advice for spotting potholes that you may not otherwise notice.
Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], November 19 ( ANI ): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Union Minister Prakash Javadekar on Sunday took a jibe at Siddaramaiah-led Karnataka Government by calling it a 'government of the potholes, for the potholes, and by the potholes.
NUNEATON is one of the worst areas in the UK for getting potholes fixed, according to a website which logs residents' complaints.
True, there were a couple of forlorn-sounding pleas for the resurfacing of complete roads, but only well past 50 reports was an actual pothole mentioned.
The RAC's Rod Dennis described it nd as a "false economy" and added: "The larger a pothole becomes, the greater risk it represents to road users and the more costly it becomes to repair.