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hitting a golf ball off of a tee with a driver

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having the power of driving or impelling

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acting with vigor

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Simplicity--the motor is mounted directly onto the driving machine shaft without any need for foundation and/or alignments.
Safety--with the low moment of inertia of the hydraulic motor and the system controllability, it can go from driving mode to braking and stopping smoothly and very fast.
The complexity of issues involved with driving after brain injury has led to the development of two theoretical frameworks related to driving.
This model was developed to identify and test elements of driving ability and to diagnose the cause of driving problems through neuropsychological tests, behavioral observations, simulator evaluations, and behind-the-wheel testing.
NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series Drivers Star in Focus on Driving Public Service Announcements
Sprint Nextel (NYSE: S), in partnership with the Florida Highway Patrol and the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), today announced the national kickoff of "Focus on Driving," a new drivers education program created by Sprint Nextel to educate teen drivers about the importance of attentive driving.
Combining the knowledge of the types of age-related losses with Drive Square simulation technology may help many older adults to continue driving longer, while reducing their crash risk.
This approach can assist older individuals to make informed driving choices, practice strategies to reduce risk, and, ultimately, reach a personal decision about driving cessation.
According to the 2003 Liberty Mutual/SADD Teen Driving survey, as conducted by RoperASW:
More Driving - Teen drivers average 44 percent more hours
Whether you are just learning to drive or have been driving for decades, you need `tools of the road' -- specific techniques, knowledge and skills -- to survive increasingly complex driving environments, traffic patterns, vehicles and laws," said Mazor.
Sixty-six percent of a sample survey of more than 800 drivers said that driving in San Antonio had become somewhat or much more aggressive in the past 12 months and an equal percentage had encountered 1-5 incidents of aggressive driving in the week prior to the survey.
The growing popularity of this open-source operating system is also driving the demand for productivity, office, and financial packages, as well as image manipulation and audio applications.
teens responsible driving, arms them with the latest