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Speed

1. In mortgage-backed securities, the estimated rate at which homeowners will pay off the underlying mortgages of an MBS. The equivalent of the coupon on a mortgage-backed security is a percentage of the interest and principal paid on the mortgages backing the security. A risk associated with mortgage-backed securities is that too many homeowners will pay off their mortgages with too much speed, depriving the holder of the MBS from future interest payments.
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Utilising high-strength and specifically engineered materials, including carbon fibre and alloys, the Speeders are unique and designed from the ground up for performance racing.
"Why can't these speeders and reckless drivers cutting in and out be caught, fined and their license be suspended?"
The Speeder utilizes the company's jet turbines, which has years of experience from creating the JB-series jetpacks.
Forget about those flying past you, my mum used to say "it's their licence at risk, not yours" Dion Jones Speeders are unpleasant creatures ~ endangering other innocent road users with their selfish mentality.
The cars of speeders are impounded for a month and the driver is fined Dhs2,000 and receives 12 black points.
The speeders have been snared by volunteers in Crossford, Fife, wearing Community Speedwatch In Operation vests and equipped with radar gear from the local police force.
Plenty of rail travellers are seriously hard-up, if not in serious debt, which speeders in gas-guzzlers clearly aren't; they also have greener credentials.
I WAS disgusted to read yesterday's Daily Post regarding the police's failure to deal with foreign speeders as they don't have the cash to chase them so what do they do, nab one of their own (page 7).
Tonight, Ledbetter - a member of Eugene's traffic enforcement team - makes his small-screen debut on truTV's "Speeders." The series offers a look at the characters police meet during traffic stops, and the lengths they'll go to get out of a ticket.
A taxpayers' campaign group said the signs and the use of the helicopter to trap speeders were a "bizarre" way to spend public money.
A sheriff's deputy in Orlando, Fla., has discovered a novel way to catch speeders. He dresses up, according to the season, warning drivers to slow down--or else.
The power is being sought by North Wales Police whose Chief Constable is controversial Richard Brunstrom, renowned for his hard-line approach to speeders.