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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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A membership with AAA offers a number of benefits, especially: for long-distance driver: AAA's online map gallery allows drivers to print out detailed maps of major cities, national parks and scenic driving routes.
* 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.
(5) Estimates revealed that as many as 2,000 alcohol-impaired driving trips occur for every arrest, and, even when special drinking-driving enforcement patrols are conducted, as many as 300 trips occur for each arrest.
households believe that using a cell phone while driving increases the likelihood of accidents.
"All that time I kept on driving my regular car, but there came a point where I couldn't be sure that I would always be able to brake quickly enough and effectively enough.
In contrast to Michon's model, Galski, Bruno, and Ehle (1992) suggested a "Cybernetic Model of Driving," based on a computer analogy.
Assessing driving aptitude can be a two-part process.
In groups and one-on-one sessions with pro driving instructors, participants navigate a course during four uniquely challenging and breathtaking exercises: wet handling (which demonstrates the ins and outs of precision braking on a wet and dicey surface), accident avoidance, timed autocross, and speed laps.
Despite admitting that, "Tragically, American consumers don't have the knowledge or sophistication to select the drive configuration of their car or truck," AutoPacific's George Peterson says automakers intent on meeting the driving dynamic demands of luxury consumers view rear-drive as the drive configuration of choice.
Three factors are driving the need for more sophisticated backup solutions within the SMB (small to medium-size business) market: the rapid growth of mission-critical digital content throughout all segments of business; the focus on disaster recovery strategies; and the increased burden of government regulated data retention.
New applications for notebook computers, both at the office and home, are driving industry-wide adoption of these portable systems as a replacement to desktop computers.
But over time, the beauty of SAS is maintaining that SCSI investment and so not having to reinvest validation time in drivers and operating systems and application compatibility is really one of the key factors driving the SAS adoption cycle and why we're so bullish on the deployment of SAS.
This has always been the case, and it continues to be the driving imperative behind tape drive and media development.
Editor-in-chief Mark Ferelli recently joined a panel of experts to discuss some of the underlying factors driving the storage industry's move toward switched storage back-ends.
One such scenario is the overflow of reference data, actually a driving force that favors ATA disk-based storage.