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driv·ing

(drīv'ing),
The induction of a frequency in the EEG by sensory stimulation at this frequency.

driv·ing

(drīv'ing)
The induction of a frequency in the electroencephalogram by sensory stimulation at this frequency.
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Motorists should be alert for this new condition, be prepared to stop, and use extreme in this area.
Al Zaabi added that motorists should also be careful while driving around shopping malls, and should reduce their speed, leave enough distance between their vehicle and the next one, and avoid double parking, which creates congestion.
Ahmad Ali a motorists said that once he parked his bike in
All motorists coming from Roxas Boulevard or Taft Avenue should take Quezon or Jones Bridge towards Quezon Boulevard to their destination and vice versa.
Going by the ease with which a large number of motorists indulge in this offence, such cameras ought to be installed on all streets, especially covering the 100m stretch before traffic signals," a resident said yesterday.
Chances are good that the average Calif, policyholder opting to purchase uninsured motorist coverage is unaware of the broad scope of coverage that must be afforded under the uninsured motorist statute.
Since 2004, the cost of an MOT has gone up by a third, leaving motorists to fork out an extra pounds 13.
According to the research, nine out of ten motorists often let other vehicles out of side roads, while 64% always thank other motorists for giving way.
Only 11% of the 1,800 motorists asked by Admiral said that they currently pay a fair price for fuel and 82% said that they fear pump prices will continue to rise next year.
1 million motorists carry the lawsuit limitation in exchange for cutting their yearly premiums by $250 a car.
More than 700 motorists drove through the checkpoint operated between about 7 p.