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Frankly, the "speedbump" remark is not for you to say.
The problem with the hamlet of McLean is that it is a "speedbump" on the raceway people use to avoid the traffic on Route 13 around Dryden.
I think you are failing to grasp that this was a little more than "a speedbump" in someone's life.
The "barely a speedbump" remark makes me think that this hasn't happened to you.
But we have the 92 Mazda, the backup car, the moldy speedbump on wheels, right?
Adventures in Car Trouble Pt 3, in which I lose hope for a while joshenglish 2008
I think what we're seeing now however is disgusting lowball suppression tactics by the Clinton campaign because her Inevitability Tour Bus hit a speedbump in Obama.
Nevada Teachers' Union Sues To Stop Workers Caucusing On Las Vegas Strip 2009
Cars sped by unaware of the human speedbump until they were right on top of him, at which point they blared their horns and swerved wildly to avoid hitting him.
Who Will Carry Us? 2009
This is just a small speedbump ... a wakeup call for Obama supporters (me included) who had a little too much confidence going into NH.
Not that fear of looking ridiculous has been much of a speedbump for Penn and Wolfson.
Obama Camp Hits Hillary's "Refusal To Denounce Or Reject" Ferraro 2009
Certainly the biggest speedbump the Huckabees have hit, ever since he started gaining traction.
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