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According to ratings agency, S&P, the growth of Islamic finance is to slow down because of a fall in the price of oil.
These cushions do not slow down, motor bikes, scooters, 4x4 cars, vans, buses, lorries, farm tractors and many more large vehicles, because all their wheels can straddle the cushions without them having to slow down.
We have been noticing many people who stop or slow down to watch [the scene of] the accidents, which obstructs the flow of traffic, causes additional accidents and, sometimes, slows down ambulances and rescue cars," he explained.
I work hard too but I've learned it's ok to slow down.
Life is so fast--it can be too fast if you don't make yourself slow down, periodically, to pay attention to what's going on around you.
As a result of the horrific and avoidable crash that occurred near Campbellsport, WI, video producer Gregg Burmeister and individuals directly affected by the senseless crash were moved to do something about it, and Speak Up to Slow Down was born.
Sometimes you just have to be courteous and let people in even if it does mean you have to slow down a bit.
The lawyer says, "If you can show me the legal difference between slow down and stop, I'll give you my license and registration and you can give me the ticket.
Kanye West has urged Kim Kardashian to slow down following recent health scare.
So, I hit the brakes to slow down and eventually stopped as the signal turned red.
This granny took the responsibility in to her hands and imagined that stop lights or slow down signs would not make the same impact.
Washington, Nov 10 (ANI): Scientists have now come up with avant-garde speed bumps, which can harvest electricity from cars when they are required to slow down or come to a stop.