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.
Strathclyde have invested in upmarket Beemers for each of the force's five assistant chief constables.
The fleet consisted of Chevys, Drops, Beemers, and buckets, snaking its way through traffic, intimidating onlookers and law enforcement.
SPREADEX win the award for the most peculiar hotshots combination - they have entitled the quartet of Padraig Harrington, David Howell, KJ Choi and Nick Dougherty as their 'Beemers' - but whatever the thinking behind lumping those four together, they look a sell at 36 for the BMW International Open.
At its heart, or rather brain, is Zaha Hadid's Central Building, the formal, technical and social focus of the plant that keeps the entire operation running smoothly, capable of churning out 650 box-fresh Series 3 Beemers each day.
gives its employees use of the company Beemers if they help find new tech workers.