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When the clusters collided, the volumes of gas were slowed by the impact, but the associated dark matter from each cluster presumably continued to speed along unimpeded.
Visitors speed along the winding coast highway, pausing at overlook points to admire the spectacle of towering cliffs, surf-lashed rocks, rolling hills and meadows.
OK, so how do we get outside of ourselves, as we wobble unsteadily back and forth on our tightropes, swaying farther and farther from the center, as we speed along, precariously balanced, zooming faster and faster, higher and higher in our evolution?
While some people believe that drinking alcohol can kill off a budding infection, Smith notes that drinking may actually make some bacteria more powerful and speed along a nascent infection.
The cameras then calculate their average speed along the road.
He drove off at high speed along the A6 past the village of Clapham and into Milton Ernest before losing control and crashing into the lamp-post.
Amratlal Kanabar was in a car with three friends after a night out in Nottingham when they were allegedly chased at high speed along the A46 towards Leicester.
Lu and her best friend Ginny speed along the highway passing Dead Man's Bend, the scene of so many accidents, to get booze so they can get high for the weekend parties.
What should be channing never quite is, what should speed along like an express train makes too many stops, and all the delightful things the reader imagines will happen next don't.
Moments later police reported sounds of a car making off at high speed along the Carnlough Road towards Broughshane.
It is this type of collaboration that will speed along the development of new cancer drugs and help save lives," said Franklin Salisbury, Jr.
The court heard that the 26-year-old drove an elite Bentley Continental car at a dangerously high speed along St Nicholas park Drive in Nuneaton last October 11.