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Synonyms for duo

two persons united, as by marriage

two items of the same kind together

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two performers or singers who perform together

a pair who associate with one another

a musical composition for two performers

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The British born Canadian actor served a 48-day jail term for DUI in Los Angeles, California, in December 2007.
Via: NerdWallet Next, we took a look at the nation's 20 cities known for their parades and other celebrations around March 17, and ranked them by annual premium increase after a DUI.
According to Rhude, any driver pulled over for a DUI in Arizona has the right to remain silent; must only provide insurance, registration and identification; and can refuse to submit to all field sobriety tests.
Pictures of fatal accidents resulting from DUI will also be shown, he said, adding that many victims were drivers and passengers of other cars involved in accidents.
The Task Force used an aggressive advertisement and educational campaign as part of the effort, as well as tracking and investigating DUI trends.
After more than five years, they have never had a DUI incident.
I never expected that in arresting people for DUI, one would kill my mom.
On March 27, 2009, the Illinois Appellate Court, Third District, reversed the decision of the Circuit Court of Henry County, which granted the defendants' motions to dismiss, holding that two subsections of the DUI statute enacted by PA 94-329 were not embodied in the DUI law, 625 ILCS 5111-501 (2006), at the time the offenses were alleged to have been committed.
Smith, along with co-author Andrea Gielen, ScD, director of the Center for Injury Research and Policy, and colleagues Denise Twum and Andrea Gielen, found that only 4 percent of the articles mentioned any harm or potential harm arising from the DUI events.
Under new legislation in Ohio, suspected drunken drivers with previous DUI convictions no longer will be able to refuse to take a breath test.
In this state, an individual who is caught driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol can receive a sentence that includes one or more (usually more) of the following: jail time, punitive fines, suspended license, DUI probation, DUI schools, and other punishments.
THE ORANGE COUNTY BAR recently hosted DUI mock trials as part of its Law Week events.
Historically, evaluators have been asked to answer three questions related to the DUI offender: 1) Does this offender have a problem in his/her relationship with alcohol and/or other drugs?
Explains attorney Jay Norton: "The popularity of the DUI checklane may be because the [police] agencies are given large federal grants to conduct the checklanes.
The local media have called O'Flaherty, who once dismissed five cases in a single week, a "public menace" with a "private vendetta" against common sense, but the judge is hardly alone in his concern about DUI laws.