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Till

1. A term for government funds.

2. A British term for a cash register.
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But this is a new sport which is played under regulations and supervised by Formula Drift Holdings.
The 10 drivers will learn about drift vehicle preparation and setup before taking to the Yas Vehicle Dynamic Area for individual drift technique coaching sessions.
Turner, who for 15 years was in charge of fleets of helicopters that sprayed herbicides in timber operations, explained that illegal drift happens a lot in our coastal mountains, and he explained why.
The custom made pro Drift track will emulate the JDM Allstars signature urban design, the biggest staging of its kind to be built in the Middle East.
I'm sure this is going to be a significant event for the UAE, and the Middle East"Visitors will experience some of the most extreme professional drift drivers from around the world.
It is likely that substrate in these areas is disturbed, causing displacement and drift of aquatic invertebrates.
One of the latest breakthroughs involves low-drift nozzles that can significantly reduce the proportion of very fine (small) spray droplets that are susceptible to drift.
3 : a course something appears to be taking <the drift of the conversation>
Drift stations are camps placed on sea-ice floes or ice islands (the tabular icebergs that calve from the ice shelves of northernmost Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada), or occasionally aboard ships placed voluntarily, or not, in the pack ice.
Lighter weight and rear-wheel-drive only make for a successful Drift machine and Luney has twice finished runner-up in the Irish Prodrift championship as well as finishing third in the D1 GP last season.
Perfect Drift, the Kentucky-based 7-year-old gelding who ran second in the Pacific Classic the past two years, is back at Del Mar for another try with brash-talking trainer Murray Johnson.
It can help extension educators and farmers choose equipment, settings, and techniques to minimize pesticide drift and aid manufacturers in formulating pesticides and selecting spray equipment to minimize their products' drift potential.