Tijuana taxi


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Tijuana taxi

(ˈtiəwɑnɑ ˈtæksi)
n. a police car. (Citizens band radio.) There’s a Tijuana taxi back a few cars watching you awful close.
See also: taxi
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The teams run out here to a 1960s Mexican brass number called Tijuana Taxi, the most absurd tune you could imagine a bunch of hairy-arsed thirddivision players ever shaking hands to.
The tunes will include Burt's Make It Easy On Yourself, I Say A Little Prayer and I'll Never Fall In Love Again, and Henry Mancini's Theme from Peter Gunn, Night Train and Tijuana Taxi.
Included are such favourites as King of the Road, Tijuana Taxi, That's A more, and Quando, Quando, Quando.
Despite the damage caused by a bull named Tijuana Taxi, Babshoff said, ``I will be back, just another year or two years, depending on how I recover.
We contacted Herb Alpert's publishers because we wanted to use Tijuana Taxi.
AS a Californian, of Eastern European Jewish parentage, with a passion for Mexican music, the great jazz trumpeter Herb Alpert would approve of Leyton Orient, a modest Cockney club with a Far Eastern name, who always run out to the strains of his Tijuana Taxi.