breathalyzer

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a device that measures chemicals (especially the alcohol content) in a person's expired breath

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A pedicurist has been jailed for three months for beating up, insulting and threatening a policewoman at a police station when she was being taken for a breathalyser test.
The former US and French Open champion refused to take a breathalyser test and officers removed him from the vehicle and handcuffed him.
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The 25-year-old man was knocked back on Sunday after failing a breathalyser test at the door.
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A Canadian high school is going to ask students to pass a breathalyser test in order to get qualified for attending the prom on May 30.
Of the 266 drivers checked, 42 failed or refused to take a breathalyser test.
Bangalore, Feb 19 (ANI): Two Iranain women have been remanded to judicial custody till February 20 for assaulting a male policeman after failing the breathalyser test for drunk driving on Thursday night.
The stewards said that Carberry, who only finished his 30-day ban for failing a breathalyser test for alcohol on January 24, was not handed a suspension because he apologised for his actions.
1967: The first breathalyser test in Britain was given to a motorist in Somerset.
The 25-year-old was arrested after a breathalyser test found 53 micrograms of alcohol per 100ml of breath.
Summary: A transatlantic airline pilot has failed a breathalyser test at Heathrow airport.
US actor Bill Murray could face a drink-driving charge in Sweden after cruising through central Stockholm in a golf cart and refusing a Breathalyser test.
The results of his breathalyser test have not been released by police.
Trouble began when a 40 year-old man was stopped in a routine traffic check in The Hague and failed a breathalyser test. While Dutch police fined him, one of his passengers got behind the wheel.