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noun Cocaine, see there. verb To inhale cocaine
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Under the measure, it is prohibited for drivers of all public and private vehicles throughout the country the tooting of horns of their vehicles every Sunday except for ambulances and other vehicles carrying persons requiring immediate medical attention, fire trucks, police patrol cars, military vehicles and in emergency situations.
Tooting MP Sadiq Khan said the posters were "offensive, divisive and unlawful".
Recommendation Tooting & Mitcham 2pts 9-4 Bet365
Designer bags and their contents which haven't been claimed after 21 days are now being sold to the highest bidder at Tooting auctioneer Greasbys.
In terms of taste Tooting still has a way to go: "It's a little sharp.
The 23-year-old welterweight from Rugby took a late-notice job against Charlie Collins in Tooting that pitted him against a former top-class amateur and a hostile crowd.
It was like a scene on a TV crime series, not a quiet street in Tooting - then I realised it was gang warfare being played out right in front of me.
They suffered stab wounds and were taken by ambulance to St George's Hospital in Tooting, where they were later pronounced dead.
A MOTORIST is complaining to a police watchdog after he was fined for tooting his horn at an officer.
Lance Smit also attacked five other women, one of them pregnant, during robberies in Tooting, south west London.
Now police are trying to trace a motorist who came to the woman's aid by tooting his horn at the attackers.
By that time, his late wife, Frances, would be up making him breakfast before he took off for the northeast end of the Valley - then later Canyon Country - where he drove down every street, tooting his whistle, a collection book on the seat next to him.