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2014-12-11 08:21:19

Businesses can equip commercial fleets with the latest in technology to ensure safe driving conditions for everyone on the road. BROOKLYN, N.Y., Dec.

2014-12-09 12:21:25

Final Rule Marks Obama Administration's Largest Paperwork Reduction WASHINGTON, Dec. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- U.S.

2014-12-01 00:20:15

Latest AAA Foundation Report on Aging Americans Finds Surprising Results WASHINGTON, Dec.

2014-11-20 12:20:50

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Winter has arrived a bit earlier this year in Michigan, meaning that drivers need to be prepared earlier than ever.

2014-11-18 23:10:38

The Jones Firms’ recent article gives valuable information to pedestrians regarding the laws governing their interaction with vehicles on the roadways. Seattle,

2014-11-18 04:20:25

A New State Farm® Survey of Hispanic Drivers Reveals Frequent Use of Smartphones While Driving BLOOMINGTON, Ill., Nov.

2014-11-18 00:20:22

Sixth annual State Farm® Distracted Driving Survey digs deeper into drivers' cellphone habits. BLOOMINGTON, Ill., Nov.

2014-11-16 23:01:25

Ben Matthews, co-founder of Matthews and Megna LLC said texting while driving is a major factor in car accidents in South Carolina and throughout the nation. Columbia,


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2010-11-15 19:40:35

Traffic cones, which also have many other names, are cone shaped markers used primarily to redirect traffic in a safe manner. They are used to create separation or merge lanes during construction although more permanent markers are used if the diversion is to stay in place for a long period of time. Charles P. Rudebaker invented the traffic cone in 1914. His version was made of concrete although now the cones are usually made of a brightly-colored thermoplastic or rubber. The cones are...

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  • an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower
  • In architecture, a floral ornament; specifically, the large conventional flower usually placed in the center of the abacus of a Corinthian capital or classic ceiling-caisson; also, the floreated termination of a Gothic finial.
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