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Division Two: Nunthorpe C 1 (Goulding 1) East Cleveland B 9 (Clerkin 3, Flanigan 3, Williams 2); Ormesby K 0 Beaumont Acc Nomads D 10 (Chamberlain 3, Lowther 3, Noble 3); Ormesby F 2 (McMahon 1, McCullow 1) Nunthorpe B 8 (Hildreth 3, Gunn 1, Kearney 3); Ormesby J 2 (Bonnar 1, Samuels 1) Ormesby H 8 (Dale 3, Wagner 1, Foreman 3); Swerve D 8 (Cowan 3, Tuck 2, Dinsdale 2) Ormesby G 2 (Howling 2); Ormesby E 6 (Edwards 3, Wilson 2, Daley 1) Ormesby I 4 (McMenamin 2, Edwards 1).
Our goal is to help increase the safety record and reduce the collision rates for XL Group's clients," said Joe Giammona, CEO of SWERVE Fleet Training.
Now it takes one web developer less than half-time," explained Justin Pruskowski, VP of Development at SWERVE, "from an ROI point of view that's four times the savings.
Alistair Darling, when Chancellor, suspected Merv the Swerve of informing the Cons about secret Treasury plans to take stakes in banks to save NatWest and the rest from collapse.
Instructor Tommy Sandhu said: "They are trying to swerve away from potholes and then lose direction of where the car is going.
Opponents, including the Teamsters Union, worry that drivers forced to swerve around cyclists would place themselves on a collision course with oncoming traffic, especially on narrow roads.
The Swerve Client software offers Sinjisoft a solution with optimum power and performance to enable high-quality 3D gameplay.
Some of the territory in Swerve has been well traveled elsewhere, but Tyler is big fun to have as a tour guide.
Mumbles Pips, a November 2001 son of Mumble Swerve and Amber Green, got off the mark on his debut in an A7 at Walthamstow on Tuesday night, scoring by almost a length in a respectable 29.
A 20-YEAR-OLD man from Marshfield, near Cardiff, has been bound over in the sum of pounds 200 for 12 months after making racial gestures at a taxi driver who had to swerve to avoid him in Cardiff City Centre.
Police had scores of calls from drivers who had to swerve desperately to avoid a head-on crash on the M6 in Staffordshire.
In the Post's story, one might muse, did the car merely speed in a bee-line onto the field, or did it swerve, as Cromer suggests, out of control, perhaps while at speed, perhaps not?