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traffic

1 to do with pedestrians and vehicles moving on the roads by virtue of the regulation of such by a series of Road Traffic Acts.
2 to deal; hence many statutory references to many outlawed transactions, e.g. liquor, drug and human trafficking. Extensive powers now exist to confiscate proceeds of drug trafficking.

TRAFFIC. Commerce, trade, sale or exchange of merchandise, bills, money and the like.

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Now we look down on a sea thronged with heavy traffic.
While we discussed the thickening traffic with the superiority that comes of having a high level reserved to ourselves, we heard (and I for the first time) the morning hymn on a Hospital boat.
Though our route is in no sense a populated one, there is a steady trickle of traffic this way along.
The same day, the WHO and the World Bank released the World Report on Road Traffic Injury Prevention, an exhaustive examination of the global problem and potential solutions, culminating in call for action at both the national and international levels.
By intelligently distributing SIP traffic among multiple SIP proxy servers, BIG-IP enhances the performance and availability of dynamicsoft's solution, providing carrier-class uptime (99.
ATM-based DSLAMs segment all traffic into homogenous 53-byte cells.
We can't just build more and more roads, so basically we have to try to use the existing capacity more efficiently," says Peter Molnar, a traffic scientist at Clark Atlanta (Ga.
Effective traffic enforcement depends on the allocation of sufficient staff and resources.