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“In what were dubbed the "splash-and-dash" robberies, the suspects would throw bleach over cash machines and cash drawers in a bid to erase their DNA evidence, the New York Police Department said.”
“He's contributed much of new Who's sense of splash-and-dash, as well the hearts-on-sleeves quality of much of show with the tenth Doctor.”
“Some of these could be fairly severe as you make our way into the southeast splash-and-dash showers.”
“Now, in terms of your temperatures, it is going to be kind of a warm day for you in Texas, but if you have any of these splash-and-dash showers like we are seeing this morning in parts of the Carolinas, you could have your temperatures drop off, say, some 10 to 15 degrees fairly quickly.”
“We're going to move in a little bit more from Salem, southward to Cambridge, scattered showers this time, not a whole lot in Boston, just splash-and-dash showers.”
“Right now we're looking at partly cloudy skies and I'm thinking maybe late on Thursday, Thursday evening, maybe some splash-and-dash showers from the sea breeze and daytime heating.”
“In the Mid-East we were able to get away with one full fuel stop and a splash-and-dash, but this will probably be more like two full stops and a quick one before the final dash to the flag.”
“The car will be fuelled for the whole race so there will be no more 'splash-and-dash' pitstops at the end of the race.”
“Burton held onto the lead for the final 57 laps, using a splash-and-dash on Lap 298 to secure the win.”
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