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6cm and also has records for tightest double parallel park and tightest triple parallel park.
37 per cent over gilts is believed to be the tightest ever achieved for a Housing Association transaction.
The independent think-tank said: "This would be the tightest squeeze in spending on public services since the UK was negotiating its spending plans with the International Monetary Fund in the late 1970s.
The TV stunt driver holds three Guinness world records - parallel parking in the tightest space, J Turn in the tightest space and the fastest do-nuts.
It will also have the tightest turning circle of any four-wheel-drive vehicle in its class, which is one of the downsides of some current 4x4 pick-ups.
The tightest European races are in Group 4, in which Israel, France, Switzerland and Ireland are separated by two points, and Group 7, with Serbia and Montenegro, Spain and Bosnia-Herzegovina contending.
Fed Ex likes to say that it runs the tightest ship in the shipping business.
Home Office Minister Caroline Flint said the UK's licensing system remained one of 'the tightest in the world'.
Inside the RNC: On September 1 eleven demonstrators, mostly from ACT UP New York and ACT UP Philadelphia, disrupted the Republican youth convention on the floor of Madison Square Garden, despite the tightest security at a political convention in U.
For instance, the quasars' spectra place the tightest limits to date on the mass of elementary particles called neutrinos.
Similarly, Harvard researcher Edward Glaeser concluded that in the tightest housing markets in the country, "zoning and other land-use controls play the dominant role in making housing expensive.
95, ISBN 0-375-76130-6 The celebrity stylist whose clients include Alicia Keys and Naomi Campbell, as well as Sarah Jessica Parker and Minnie Driver, offers a comprehensive guide for all non-straight hair--from the tightest of curls to the bounciest of waves.