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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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The vans park up on roadsides and can catch anyone speeding past.
Speeding can lower gas mileage by 33 percent at highway speeds.
You take a speed awareness course more than once - TRUE (sometimes) Drivers caught speeding for a second time may be able to do a second course, dependent on the severity of the offence.
He went on: "As repeat offenders are the main problem, the new 'speed school' initiative could help reduce the numbers of accidents caused by speeding, by tackling the root of the issue rather than letting people get into a speeding point cycle
Santee died after being hit twice, first by a speeding Cadillac and then by the Chicago police.
These casualties resulted from 62,901 accidents caused by speeding, with 34 vehicles a day involved in speed-related accidents on average.
Westmaster knew where the 'real' speed issues are: "Continue on the A629 Penistone Road after the traffic lights Penny Lane down to Morrisons then you will see speeding, real speeding, foot hard down speeding, in both directions of course.
They show motorcyclists were also guilty of speeding, with 29% travelling at more than 35mph on 30mph roads in 2003 compared with 24% the previous year.
"The key difference is between speeding and inappropriate speed.
In the movie Speed, Brian Smrz (Keanu Reeves' stunt double) had to jump from a speeding car onto a speeding bus.
Enforcement emphasis will lead to a proportional increase in speeding citations, which will lead to motorist discontent and the accusations of speed traps.