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There's a grain of truth, but the emphasis is only select applied -- it's misapplied -- we don't call speeders "illegal drivers" or people who jaywalk "illegals."
There's a grain of truth, but the emphasis is only selectively applied -- it's misapplied -- we don't call speeders "illegal drivers" or people who jaywalk "illegals."
The North American Rail Car Owners Association will hold an excursion through southern Blair County with more than 30 miniature track or motor cars, known as speeders, traveling the rails from Claysburg and back, via Hollidaysburg, Roaring Spring and Martinsburg.
-- If drivers who go faster than the speed limit are called speeders, what do you call drivers who go slower than the speed limit in the left lane of a multi-lane highway?
His plan to bolster trauma care with steep new fines on so-called speeders finally passed.
Two or three men manage the slubbers, the same number of men or women the intermediates, and four or five the "speeders," as the fine frames are often called.
From the Cotton Field to the Cotton Mill: A Study of the Industrial Transition in North Carolina
If they'd pay me fifty cents a side to run the 'speeders' I'd _go_ in fer an hour or two now and then.
The Woman Who Toils Being the Experiences of Two Gentlewomen as Factory Girls
At the end of that segment, I couldn't shake the feeling that 'speeders' was a bad word now ... on 07/10/2010, -0/+9haha no.
All this talk about the "speeders" and we allow people to pass on the right on multilane highways, and people are still allowed to hog the fast lane without any fear of getting a ticket.
"Their entire responsibility is motor vehicle enforcement in specialized areas, such as speeders flying down a certain street."
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