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pot

n. slang for marijuana, an illegal narcotic.

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"In fact, almost a third (32%) of motorists in the South East say they have had their car damaged by a pothole in the past, which cost them [pounds sterling]102 to fix, on average.
She added: "Re-claiming the costs for pothole damage can be confusing for drivers.
More than 110,000 potholes were reported to local authorities in Scotland in a year, new research has found.
THE Supreme Court is appalled by the number of people dying because of potholes!' I shouted.
"Those particularly vulnerable to potholes - cyclists and motorcyclists - might ask whether the speed of pothole investigation should be based solely on the risk to users."
And there's a look at new tech that could spell the end of the pothole gang, as drones take over repairs.
We have also recently been allocated PS5.26m by the Department for Transport to help us tackle potholes and we will be spending this on the resurfacing of unclassified roads."
The city council recorded 58,652 potholes between 2015 and 2018, and is placed 13th in the UK's league of shame.
Now road chiefs have been urged to carry out proper repairs after it emerged they had patched up the pothole 45 times since 2007.
The worst council for potholes was Trafford, which had 323 pothole complaints, with only 73 marked as resolved at the time of publishing.
three years ago, filled up 556th pothole in the city on Sunday.