- n. Plural form of collision.
“When a significant reduction in collisions is seen due to this system, that is also a reduction in costs for everyone who used the road.”
“Brian, I really doubt the number of car/goat collisions is a remote fraction of the car/deer collisions in the U.S.”
“The 3D element of these collisions is what makes defunct GTO rocket stages so much more of a problem than low-altitude, co-planar, co-orbital bumps.”
“• The frequency of deer-vehicle collisions is increasing.”
“Nationally, 630 cyclists died and 51,000 were injured in collisions with cars last year.”
“Sorry to hear that the most important study criteria for you is trip time (as opposed to pedestrian safety, reductions in collisions, etc), but you might want to turn to page 3 of the study that shows that travel speeds have declined so that drivers are more prone to actually going the posted speed limit - as opposed to speeding.”
“You could even call the collisions crazed; they're certainly dangerous.”
“The vast majority of interesting examples of supertasks within this theory have been elaborated under the assumption that the particles involved only interact with one another by means of elastic collisions, that is, collisions in which no energy is dissipated.”
“A further 25 people died in seven head-on collisions, which is indicative of both speed and fatigue.”
“It is clear that the whole history of man has been modified at every stage by such contingencies, which may be defined as the collisions of two independent causal chains.”
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