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  • n. Plural form of breathalyzer.

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Examples

  • Bernstein would probably call breathalyzers “junk science.”

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Satire in the “Questions Presented” Section of Appellate Briefs

  • While I don't relish the idea of breathalyzers in schools, I certainly can't blame the schools for having to pick up where the parents have left off. "

    CNN Transcript Jan 4, 2008

  • Did he mention "breathalyzers" for those poor little kids that can breathe?

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  • They seem to think I'm in the market for industrial motors, office furniture, wire, animatronic dinosaurs and breathalyzers.

    An avalanche of e-mail crowds my digital inbox, most of it useless

  • Last February, an outside consultant working for the police discovered that the breathalyzers then in use had been programmed erroneously and had not been checked for accuracy.

    D.C. to forgo breathalyzer testing for time being

  • INDEPENDENT THINKING -- A Post editorial lauds Phil Mendelson's proposal to create an independent forensic sciences department, citing the recent controversy over bad breathalyzers: The embarrassment surrounding these cases underscores the importance of sound evidence and good management of forensic evidence.

    DeAfternoon DeBonis: Feb. 21, 2011

  • Minnesota just passed a civil precedence concerning the source code for breathalyzers cops use .. they claimed proprietary super secret squirrel bullshit too, the judge didnt bite and forced them to reveal the code. after expert analysis by a minimum of 3 independent senior level developers all came to the same conclusion .. and I quote ..

    RIAA, MediaSentry: put up, or shut up

  • He possessed a paramount virtue of that era — he could "hold his liquor," a virtue not recognized nowadays by breathalyzers.

    Cool Is as Cool Was

  • These aren't the clunky ignition interlocks or "breathalyzers" now used on convicted drunken drivers' vehicles that require drivers to blow into them, often repeatedly.

    Alcohol detection devices could be option on new cars

  • In related news: Three MPD officers are claiming they were told by OAG not to answer questions on the witness stand about faulty breathalyzers, WTTG-TV reports.

    DeMorning DeBonis: Feb. 18, 2011

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