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speed

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)

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However, Google has a mark of quality on all of its apps which could mean better implementation of the speed limit and speed trap update.
A high court finally ruled to stop all discussion and said a speed trap conducted in such a manner is considered a trap and is not acceptable.
In the past, a pair of smaller Lane County cities have carried the speed trap label.
One angry islander said: "It's incredibly crass for the force to put a speed trap on a road used by people gathered to look for Simon.
Often their vehicles become a mobile office, fully fitted with a satellite navigation system, PDA, iPod, speed trap radar and a mobile.
I would now like to focus on how we defended the potent Wing-T Speed Sweep and Speed Trap as run both strong (toward the wing) and weak (toward the cheat back).
A photoelectric speed trap measures the free-falling dart's speed and calculates the loss of kinetic energy, thereby determining the energy required to penetrate the film.
* Google Maps has rolled out speed trap and accident reporting feature
Whether it was a collision that caused traffic to slow to a crawl or a speed trap that could disrupt someone's commute, the report will show up for other users who are navigating along the same route.
Riding the WeTrackBikes.com CBR1000 Honda Fireblade, which he only acquired early this season, Owen added: "I'm getting to grips with the bike and managed 188mph through the speed trap so was happy with the set-up for the race and qualified 28th.
COPS put the brakes on dangerous driving by setting up a speed trap in response to residents' concerns.