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noun Cocaine, see there. verb To inhale cocaine
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TfL posted at 7am that the "A24 Tooting High St is closed in both directions between Garratt Lane & Selkirk Rd following a collision.
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.
A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "Police are aware of a number of posters in the Tooting area.
Both sides are in the Ryman Premier play-off places, with third-placed Kingstonian holding a five-point advantage over fifthplaced Tooting, having played two games more.
Editor's note: Readers may recall that "Tooting my own horn" had worked for 20 years at a POL, and struggled through those years for appropriate pay, and questioned why there was not the respect for lab techs that they deserve.
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 future looks bright for Byron Vince after he made a stunning start to his professional career in Tooting.
Last night, four Asians were being held over the horrific brawl in Tooting, South West London, early yesterday.
Police launched a double murder inquiry after the victims, aged 23 and 24, were attacked in Fircroft Road, Tooting, south London.
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.