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speeder

1. n. a speeding ticket. The cop that gave Mary a speeder Wednesday gave her another one Friday.
2. n. an amphetamine or methamphetamine tablet, capsule, or ampoule. (see also speed.) Somebody dropped some speeders on the floor of the car, and my father spazzed out.
3. and speedster n. a user of amphetamines or methamphetamine; a person who is hyperactive from amphetamine use. (Drugs.) That kid is really hyped up—must be a speeder. The speedsters can seem crazy when they’re on a run.
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Steve Mitchell, who works out of the agency's Roseburg office, said Oregon speeders don't face much of what he calls "visual deterrence", which causes lead-footed drivers to keep an eye on the speedometer because they know police are in the area.
Radcliffe said the speeder was bought with part of a $10,000 grant for the museum secured by state Sen.
Leighty said some speeders have boasted of going faster, but this may be the fastest one that's verifiable.
They are an easy target to brand as speeders, but these new figures prove this is not the case.
The idea is a more sophisticated version of a method used by French police to catch autoroute speeders.
In addition, Toshiba's SPEEDER parallel imaging allows for increased acquisition speed and reduced examination times.
One of the action sequences featuring on this planet will reportedly have two people on speeder bikes being chased by the creatures that inhabit the planet.
The fastest speeder Van Meter has clocked was a motorcyclist doing 128 just north of Creswell.
A magistrates' court would possibly view them as an habitual speeder.
TROUTDALE - It wasn't a record for Oregon, but a radar reading of 146 mph last week was arresting enough for officers to search their memories for a faster speeder.
A SERIAL speeder was banned yesterday after driving his two-seater sports car at over 115mph with a woman perched on the rear parcel shelf.
With Toshiba's patented Pianissimo(TM) technology, which effectively reduces acoustic noise by as much as 90 percent, the Vantage significantly reduces the most significant cause for patient discomfort and enables clinicians to better utilize the system's high-field MRI capabilities and SPEEDER parallel processing for increased image acquisition speed and reduced exam times.
For Kelly, of the Friendly neighborhood, education also means taking an honest, hard look at the speeder - in other words, friends and neighbors.
A TRAFFIC policeman who fronted his force's anti-speeding campaign has been unmasked - as a convicted speeder.
In addition, Toshiba's SPEEDER parallel imaging technology allows clinicians to perform exams in a single breath hold, reducing motion artifacts and increasing image quality.