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- v. To estimate the alcohol content of a person's blood by using a breathalyzer
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- v. to test the alcohol content of someone's blood by means of a breathalyzer.
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- v. test someone's alcohol level in his blood by means of a breathalyzer
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Staff have been running around trying to breathalyze prisoners.
And I-- I love the idea of having breathalyzers at the bar, and you have to breathalyze on your way out.
Prisons minister Crispin Blunt said the riot began when guards tried to breathalyze prisoners suspected of drinking alcohol smuggled into the jail.
"We won't breathalyze everyone, but if we have a student who gives us a reasonable suspicion we will breathalyze that student," Hutchinson said.
That is why I breathalyze all pharmacy techs and surgeons before I let them work.
That is unless you are assuming that cops are going to breathalyze / field test every single driver that goes through a checkpoint and ask them for "Ze Papers!!!".
He wanted to insure the sobriety of monitors and gained the right for the IFC to breathalyze sober monitors during parties.
Report Abuse hahah now that Ron Artest admitted he drank at halftime they want to breathalyze everyone after halftime!
You can breathalyze someone in the absence of DL and registration, can’t you?
You can breathalyze someone in the absence of DL and registration, can’tyou?