Beemers


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Beemers

A regionally popular term for crack cocaine.
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Surprisingly, with that new engine comes a more frugal, ecologically sound Beemer - offering 48mpg on the combined cycle with emissions of 137g/km.
I was already into it," says Beemer, who along with his wife, Kim, opened a Big Town Hero restaurant at 32nd and Main streets a day after New Year's.
The officers awarded the Beemers are: Assistant Chief Constable John Neilson (community safety), Assistant Chief Constable John Corrigan (counter terrorism, Assistant Chief Constable JohnMalcolm (crime); Assistant Chief Constable Kevin Smith (criminal justice and territorial policing and Assistant Chief Constable Ian Learmonth (operational support).
Now, if an employee brings in someone who's hired, that employee gets the Beemer for three months, said marketing VP Stephen Baker.
FITCHBURG - Taryn Graybeal of Townsend gave the key performances and got the most audience noise, winning $1,000 in the "Key Performance Karaoke Presents $1,000 Karaoke Contest" that ran for nine weeks at Beemers Pub, 114 River St.
NO COMPROMISES: The BMW 116d has all the hallmarks of bigger Beemers and provides the same kind of driving dynamics and performance for which the German marque are well-known
The cars will have travelled about 10 kilometres and come fully serviced with a two-year guarantee - just like brand new beemers.
SPRINGFIELD - Dick Beemer had decided on a career change.