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n. street slang for methamphetamine, a drug in a chrystaline form which supposedly stimulates the senses, is popular with some illicit drug users, and is addictive. It smells bad, has serious unhealthy side effects, and its possession, use and sale without a prescription are all crimes. (See: narcotics, controlled substance)

See: dispatch, expedite, haste, hasten, help, organize, precipitate, promote, race
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The post Around 200 speeders and 27 drunk drivers a day booked in the past month appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
John O'Roarke of LV= said: "They're far more effective at deterring speeders.
Forget about those flying past you, my mum used to say "it's their licence at risk, not yours" Dion Jones Speeders are unpleasant creatures ~ endangering other innocent road users with their selfish mentality.
The cars of speeders are impounded for a month and the driver is fined Dhs2,000 and receives 12 black points.
Fellow volunteer, Sharon Airey, added: "I feel like Speedwatch does make a difference, since our presence on the road draws the attention of speeders and nonspeeders alike.
A study carried out by RoadPilot, a provider of safety camera data, found that the cost of the average insurance premium for a speeder with three points is now pounds 90 higher than for a driver without a conviction, up 17% from the pounds 77 average penalty in December 2011.
The risk of serious injury and death goes up dramatically when speeds are over 100 mph," said Friedman, "yet, we found our justice system sometimes treats those speeders no differently than someone caught driving 7 mph over the limit.
Doesn't this give all the fair logic needed to embrace one of Switzerland's transport policies, to help raise monies for better transport; that is, fining the likes of speeders according to their income?
An Essex Police spokeswoman said the helicopter would only be used to track speeders when it was already flying - not launched on specific speed detection missions.
The good news for speeders under the proposed changes is that those exceeding speed limits of 40mph and above by only a few mph will escape with just two points.
Seven officers saturated the canyon, stopping speeders from 6 to 10 a.
Thirdly, Autovision will mean an end to speeders falsely claiming they weren't the rider or driver, or that we'd got the wrong vehicle.